Older [people] can now say good bye to their reading glasses, as doctors have introduced a new technology to correct long-sightedness. The best part is, it requires neither scalpel nor any laser treatment.
Conductive Keratoplasty, or CK, is the latest and only vision procedure to correct long-sightedness. Safe and minimally-invasive, there is no cutting and no removal of tissue. Instead, using a probe thinner than a strand of human hair, CK applies radio waves on the outer cornea to shrink small areas of collagen.