Will I still be able to do my art??

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Will I still be able to do my art??

Postby Janesville » Tue Aug 01, 2006 7:46 pm

I'm thinking about getting monovision . . . the thing that concerns me most is whether I'll still be able to see close enough (with or without reading glasses) to do the close drawing work I do. Right now I'm quite myopic and need to take my glasses off in order to do some of the closest work. Assuming that the surgery is successful, will I still be able to do this type of work??? Does anyone have experience with this?
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Postby LasikExpert » Tue Aug 01, 2006 8:51 pm

Assuming that the monovision surgery is successful, you will have one eye that is myopic (nearsighted, shortsighted) that will be able to see objects near. You can have a set of near-vision glasses made to cause both eyes to be balanced with near-vision correction.

Before having monovision, try it with contact lenses for at least a month to decide if this really does work for you. For details, read about Monovision Surgery.
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