This is a great laser eye surgery procedure for individuals over 40 to consider. The eyes of middle-aged plus individuals often lose their ability to focus on close objects. It's typically the result of presbyopia, or farsightedness occurring.
CK (Conductive Keratoplasty) is a fast laser eye surgical procedure that relies on the use of radio frequency energy instead of a laser to improve your vision and reduce your dependence on using glasses or contacts to correct your vision. The probe used in this procedure is thinner than a single strand of human hair and is used in a small, circular pattern on the cornea. The entire CK procedure averages about 3 minutes in length and requires only topical (eye drops) anesthesia just like other LASIK procedures.