Set Your Sights on Better Vision

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Set your Sights on Better Vision

At Johnson & Johnson, it's our goal to help you see better.

Our treatments and solutions are designed with you and your family in mind, to meet your eye health and vision needs at every stage of life.

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ACUVUE® Contact Lenses

I'm thinking about wearing contact lenses. What should I know?

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Laser Vision Correction

Could laser vision correction be right for me?

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Dry Eye Treatment

I have dry eye symptoms. What can I do when drops are not enough?

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Cataract Surgery

My vision has become cloudy over time. Could it be cataracts?

Just like the rest of your body, your eyes change over time.

While not everyone experiences the same changes, there are common vision conditions that occur during your lifetime.

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Myopia, previously known as nearsightedness, is an eye disease where you can see better up close (like reading a book) than far away (looking at street signs or objects in the distance)1. It can lead to vision complications later in life.

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Presbyopia is an age-related decrease in the ability to see nearby objects, especially in low light. Presbyopia symptoms usually start around the age of 40; however, the condition can be improved with eye surgery and contact lenses.2

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Astigmatism is a variation in the curvature of the cornea3 or in the shape of the eye's lens. Astigmatism results in blurred or distorted vision at all distances. Laser vision correction and contact lenses can address astigmatism.

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Dry Eye

Dry Eye is a condition that arises when an individual experiences insufficient quantity and/or quality of tears, leading to inadequate lubrication and nourishment of the eye, as well as excessive tear evaporation. Dry Eye is a common problem, particularly in older adults. Treatment for dry eye symptoms can help before cataract or laser vision correction procedures.4

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Cataracts occur when the normally clear lens of the eye becomes cloudy. As aging occurs, protein from the lens clumps together, causing blurring, clouding, and discoloration of the lens. Cataracts are the #1 cause of preventable blindness.5,6

As with any medical procedure, risks and potential complications may occur.  Please consult your eye care specialist for detailed information and to discuss these possible risks and complications with you prior to the procedure.

1 National Eye Institute (NEI) – Facts About Myopia. REF2015CT0268.

2 National Eye Institute (NEI) – At A Glance – Presbyopia. Accessed Jan. 27, 2022. REF2022CT4047.

3 National Eye Institute (NEI) – Facts About Astigmatism. REF2015CT0269.

4 National Eye Institute (NEI) – Facts About Dry Eye. REF2018TS4235.

5 National Eye Institute. Facts About Cataracts. National Eye Institute (NEI) Web site: Updated September 2015. Accessed October 28, 2017. REF2016OTH0006.

6 University of Michigan – Kellogg Eye Center. Cataract. REF2015MLT0034.

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