Choosing the Best Vision Correction Options for You

Technology has made an impact on virtually every aspect of our lives. Whether it’s through the many new electronic devices that seem to hit the market every day, or medical procedures, improvements abound.  The same can be said for vision correction.

Over the past couple of decades, laser technology has seen incredible advancements. Vision correction today means more than choosing glasses or contacts. It is finding solutions that deliver convenience and a better quality of life.

Here are some procedures Will Vision and Laser Centers offer in Vancouver and Salem to help our patients have excellent vision and improved eye health and quality of life.

Treatment for Reading Glasses

Most people in their 40s start noticing their near field of vision declining.  Although reading glasses are often used to overcome this problem, the need to have a pair handy at all times can become cumbersome. Plus, it tells others we are starting to feel our age. Although old-fashioned solutions like reading glasses do not complement our modern, fast-paced lifestyles, there is a solution to fit your everyday life.

Treatment for Nearsightedness

Myopia, also known as nearsightedness, refers to the eye condition in which people can view objects up close but struggle to see things far away. Since the regular use of digital phones, tablets, and computers, there is a significant increase in nearsighted people in the Northwest and all over the United States. This increase is also alarming with children, where nearsightedness is virtually epidemic.

Finding the best treatment for nearsightedness requires an eye exam. At Will Vision and Laser Centers, Dr. Brian Will determines the severity of nearsightedness to discuss treatment. Most nearsighted patients can regain clear vision from optical solutions as simple as wearing contacts or glasses. Others may find advanced wavefront-guided refractive eye surgery a better option. In general, the sooner treatment is found, the better the patients can avoid poor vision challenges that can affect school or work.

Wavefront-Guided Bladeless Lasik

Will Vision and Laser Centers only offer technology considered the best-of-the-best. Although many corporate vision centers advertise advanced LASIK, most offer average-quality care with outdated laser technology and a specialist with little experience.

When you visit Dr. Brian Will and his team, you receive outstanding care from a respected name in vision correction surgery and Bladeless Wavefront-Guided Lasik. Dr. Will and Will Vision have received industry accolades, including being selected as a Center of Excellence by Zeiss®, Johnson and Johnson Vision®, and CorneaGen®. Dr. Will and his staff have one goal – to give you the best vision possible.

The first step for vision correction is to schedule a visit with a board-certified ophthalmologist to evaluate your vision. Take advantage of a complimentary screening examination at Will Vision and Laser Centers at one of our convenient Vancouver and Salem locations.