Life Without Glasses & Contact Lenses
Vision correction has come a long way in recent years, providing individuals with various options to see clearly without having to wear glasses or contact lenses. At Vision Care Clinic, we offer a range of advanced treatments to help our patients achieve a life without dependency on corrective eyewear and contact lenses. Treatments that correct shortsight, longsight and astigmatism, permanently.
Our Vision Care Clinic team of experienced ophthalmologists, work closely with our patients to determine the best vision corrective treatment based on their specific needs and goals. We use advanced technology and techniques to ensure optimal results and minimal risk of complications. We also provide ongoing care and support to our patients, ensuring long-term visual health.
Do You Need Reading Glasses?
Many people need reading glasses as they age due to a progressive condition called presbyopia. This is a natural part of the aging process and leads to a gradual loss of the ability to focus on objects up close. This is why many people find themselves holding things further and further away to read and then eventually needing reading glasses in their 40s or 50s. Reading glasses can be necessary for activities such as reading, using digital devices, or doing close work. While reading glasses can be a helpful tool for many individuals struggling with presbyopia, they can also be an inconvenience for others. One common issue is the need to constantly switch between glasses and no glasses when performing tasks that require both close and distant vision or simple day to day tasks. Some individuals may find that their reading glasses are uncomfortable to wear for extended periods, are also easily lost, broken and forgotten. These inconveniences can be frustrating and
may lead many individuals to seek alternative vision correction options such as laser eye surgery, implantable contact lenses or lens replacement surgery.
Do You Struggle with Contact Lenses?
While contact lenses can be a convenient and effective vision correction option for many, they may not be suitable for everyone. Some common challenges associated with contact lenses include difficulty with insertion and removal, discomfort or dryness in the eyes, irritation or redness, blurry vision, or even allergic reactions. Contact lenses can require a significant amount of care and maintenance, including regular cleaning and disinfection if not disposable and of course regular checks on the health of your eyes. Unfortunately, some contact lens users may find they are advised to discontinue contact lens use after many years as eyes can become contact lens intolerant and they are very disappointed to revert back to glasses. If you find yourself struggling with contact lenses, you can arrange a consult with an eye care professional at Vision Care Clinic, who can carefully review your corneal health, evaluate your specific needs and explore alternative options that may better suit your lifestyle and visual requirements.
Vision Correction Treatments
Vision Care Clinic offers a range of vision correction treatments for a variety of vision disorders and issues. We understand that no diagnosis is the same, which is why we use a range of market-leading technology to ensure an accurate diagnosis that allows our team of doctors to create a safe, bespoke treatment plan. From laser eye surgery, ICL’s and lens surgery, Vision Care Clinic is Bristol’s leading eye and vision clinic, offering visual freedom for our patients.
Vision Correction at Vision Care Clinic
Imagine a life without glasses or contact lenses, where you can wake up each day with clear vision and the ability to enjoy all your favourite activities without visual impairment. At Vision Care Clinic, we can make that dream a reality. Contact us today on 0117 905 7722 to schedule your consultation and take the first step towards a life without dependency on corrective eyewear.
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