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Presbyopia is a condition affecting the lens of the eye and usually occurs in your mid-40s, as normal part of aging. With presbyopia, your near vision becomes blurry, so you have to hold objects at arm’s length to focus when reading or working with your hands. People are often prescribed reading glasses or bifocals, but VLEC offers breakthrough presbyopia treatments so you can live virtually glasses free.
Glaucoma is an eye disease that damages the optic nerve of the eye. It is usually caused by a build-up of pressure in the eye. Often, the patient has no symptoms until significant damage has occurred. VLEC is proud to offer you the latest in Glaucoma diagnosis and eye treatments based on your particular case.
If you think you have Glaucoma, contact your optometrist immediately for a diagnosis and referral.
Keratoconus is an uncommon degenerative eye disorder which usually begins to develop in young adulthood. Often misdiagnosed, keratoconus symptoms include increasing astigmatism and myopia, distorted vision, contact lens intolerance and sensitivity to light. VLEC takes your eyes to heart and specializes in a state-of-the-art eye procedure that can greatly improve the quality of your vision – and your life.
If you think you or someone you love has keratoconus, consult your optometrist immediately for a diagnosis and referral.
Dry eye syndrome, a.k.a Keratoconjunctivitis sicca (KCS), is an eye disease which is caused by either an increase in tear film evaporation or by a decrease in tear production. Dry eye is a very common condition that affects quality of life and can often make it difficult to perform visual tasks, such as reading, computer work, driving and watching TV.