See near, far and everything in between
Presbyopia is an age-related eye condition that causes reading vision to become blurry, and affects most of the population as they enter their 40s. This makes performing tasks such as reading text on your smartphone much more difficult. Unlike other alternatives like reading glasses or bifocals, LASIK MD’s PresbyVision™ procedures are a complete long-term solution.
See everything you want to see, when you want to see it.
Save up to 20% on a PresbyVision™ procedure* + financing available
Take back your vision
PresbyVision™ is designed to correct a wide range of eye conditions, which means it can help a larger number of patients gain clear vision. This is especially good news for those who may not have been eligible for a previous type of vision correction procedure. PresbyVision™ is a long-term solution that is designed to not only correct presbyopia, but also other refractive errors, like myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness) and astigmatism. It really is an all-in-one solution.
Why you'll love PresbyVision™
Find out if you’re a candidate.
Book your free consultation at 1-866-216-4331 or visit www.lasikmd.com/corporate/bluecross for more information.
LASIK MD is a leading provider of vision correction procedures, with more than 30 clinics located across Canada. We offer a full range of vision correction procedures designed to aid a wide range of eyes—including procedures for patients with up-close reading vision loss. Our dedicated team of eye care professionals will assist you at every step of the process and address any questions you may have along the way.
*Only applicable towards PresbyVision™ procedures for both eyes. Up to a maximum savings of $500/eye. Cannot be combined with any other discount, special offer or corporate plan. Not applicable on a previously completed or booked procedure. Offer subject to change or termination without prior notice. Proof of membership, enrolment or employment required. Redeemable at applicable LASIK MD clinics except clinics located in the provinces of Alberta and British Columbia.