Hi. I'm online and happy to answer your question today.
yes, in some cases this can be done with lasik surgery or clear lens extraction with intraocular lens placement.
Of course, there is no such thing as a free lunch and with this vision setup (called monovision) you do give up some contrast sensitivity and clarity. This is usually most noticeable at night. For the times when you want the best, XXXXX XXXXX crispest vision you can wear glasses that "set" both eyes for distance.
Before having this Rx carved into your cornea forever with lasik, or undergoing intraocular surgery I would recommend trying monovision with contact lenses. If you don't like this setup it is a simple thing to remove the contact lens; if you do find that you like monovision you can discuss the surgical options with your ophthalmologist.
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