The quick questions is are there truely good visions correction options for me? 46, male, active lifestyle with the following: rt eye +4.25 cyl .5 axis 11 lt eye +4.5 cyl +1.00 axis 24 One doc has told me lasik is not a good option but suggested a clear lens replacement with a multifocal lens as an option. another doc has suggested that PRK might be an option. in reading here, i have concluded that multifocal lens are not a way i would like to go but that mono type lens have some appeal. i have not found anything, such as guidelines, that suggest who is and who is not suitable for lasik and or PRK treatments. do such things exist? i look forward to your insight. thank you
Thank you for the response. now if i through in a few assumptions such as money is not an issue, i am willing to live with glasses for near activities such as computer and reading would thoughts change? Thanks, again
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