As we age, the eye’s natural crystalline lens often stiffens and hardens, which can cloud vision and create a cataract.
Since the lens is no longer as flexible or as clear, the eye can’t properly focus light, which makes it difficult to see as clearly as you once did.
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Reeves Eye Institute provides Johnson City, Kingsport and Bristol areas with a full range of eye care capability. Reeves is a Board Certified Ophthalmologist who has been practicing in the Tri-Cities since 2004. He graduated from Ogden High School, received his Bachelor of Science degree from Weber State University, and received his medical degree from the University of Utah School of Medicine.
If you ave astigmatism, your eye is more oval-shaped than round.
As a result, light enters the eye and bends more in one direction than the other, which allows only part of an object to be in focus at one time.
And, with Presbyopia the eye's natural lens becomes less flexible and is unable to focus light as it once did; presbyopia makes it difficult to focus on objects or words that are close to you.
But cataracts, astigmatism and presbyopia don’t mean a permanent loss of vision or giving up activities.
Helping you choose your path to vision correction is one of our most important goals. Reeves is a Comprehensive Ophthalmologist, he is skilled in many facets of Ophthalmology.