Ophthalmic device producer Refractec, Inc., has declared the results for evaluating effectiveness of Near Vision CK (conductive keratoplasty) for post-LASIK patients. Clinical data has shown that, post-LASIK baby boomers have attained improved vision after NearVision CK. More than 4-million Americans have undergone LASIK to get rid of eyeglasses for lifetime. But the aging eyes is leading to loss of near vision, is making them to wear glasses once more. Now NearVision CK, is expected to correct the near vision also.

Procedure Highlights
Using a probe thinner than a strand of human hair, NearVision CK applies radio waves in a circular pattern on the outer cornea to shrink small areas of collagen. This shrinkage pattern creates a constrictive band (like the tightening of a belt), increasing the overall curvature of the cornea to bring near-vision back into focus for Baby Boomers

Features of NearVision CK
a. It is safe procedure with promising results for those who don't wish to wear corrective lenses as they age.
b. No adverse effects were noticed during clinical trials.
c. In the procedure a gentle radio waves instead of laser or scalpel, is used. CK brings near vision back into focus without cutting or removing tissue.
d. Procedure is painless and takes about 3 minutes.

For more information on NearVision CK, you may visit www.refractec.com or call 1-800-752-9544.