With mild monovision you should still be able to get a 3D image. In the rare case where you did not, wearing a pair of glasses to correct the reading eye for distance would solve the problem. Monovision has many advantages such as being able to see a cell phone, menu, GPS in the car, computer monitor without glasses. Those are the things we do all day. How often will you be watching a 3D movie? So, go for the monovision if you have tested it with contacts or glasses and found it to be comfortable.
- Q Who is at greater risk for complications after Lasik surgery?
- Q Will I need reading glasses after LASIK surgery?
- Q What discomfort can I expect after Lasik surgery?
- Q Is it possible to have Lasik surgery after age 70?
- Q Can I get LASIK if I have keratoconus?
- Q How does wavefront-guided LASIK work?