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Milestone Vision

About Milestone Vision

Your eyes change throughout your lifetime, reaching certain milestones along the way. During the Advanced Ocular Analysis, our doctors not only assess your eye health and vision needs now, but they can also anticipate your vision care needs for the future. This is Milestone Vision. Select an age below to learn more about the customized vision solutions most appropriate for that stage in life.

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    Teenagers 13-17

    We know that most cases of nearsightedness will surface between 8 to 12 years of age, though eye maturation is typically not reached until 18 years of age. During these developmental years, annual comprehensive eye exams are recommended. We’ve designed a Teen Advanced Ocular Analysis to meet the needs of our patients during this time.

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    Young adults, 18-44

    In this age group, patients with nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism have typically been visually stable for several years. This provides them with more choices – glasses, contacts, and laser vision correction. Due to its superior outcomes and quick recovery, more and more people are opting for LASIK to better accommodate an active lifestyle. Common procedures for this age group include SBK Advanced LASIK, ASA, and SMILE.

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    Middle ages, 45-59

    After years of stable, clear vision, people in their 40s and 50s begin to experience issues with glare and blurry near vision. This decline in vision may be due presbyopia and Dysfunctional Lens Syndrome (DLS). DLS is a common and natural age-related condition in which the lens inside the eye progressively loses its natural flexibility. Most people in this age group will begin to use readers, bifocals, or multi-focal contacts, which may accommodate their visual needs, but not their lifestyle. For those seeking freedom from corrective lenses, Durrie Vision has a variety of treatment options aimed at restoring near, intermediate, and far vision. Common procedures for this age group include SBK Advanced LASIK, blended vision, and Refractive Lens Exchange.

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    Seniors, 60+

    This age group is starting to notice vision changes that require bifocal lenses to see at various distances due to the hardening of the lens inside the eye. This hardening of the lens signifies the formation of a cataract, which decreases the amount of light that can enter the eye, ultimately leading to clouded and/or yellow-tinted vision. With today’s advanced technology, our surgeons are able to stop the progression of DLS, reduce or eliminate your dependency on corrective lenses, and prevent you from developing a cataract. Common procedures for this age group include Refractive Lens Exchange and Refractive Cataract Surgery.

Are you a candidate?

Let’s find out.