Freedom from glasses …. by Jim Adams
Aristotle thought that an old man would see as well as a young man if he had a youthful eye. I have an appointment to discuss cataract surgery in January, but I still have not decided which way to go on that. There are basically three options available to me and they are having my near-sightedness or my far-sightedness fixed or getting both fixed with Multifocal Intraocular Lenses. The third option is the expensive one, but this would let me say goodbye to glasses forever. If I choose to just get either my near-sightedness or my far-sightedness fixed, then it would require me to wear glasses for the one that wasn’t corrected. Thus, if I get my distance vision corrected for driving, it would put my reading out of focus and I would need glasses for that and vice-a-versa.
Medicare will only cover the cost of standard monofocal intraocular lenses…
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