Monovision (or blended vision) LASIK
In this LASIK procedure, the dominant eye is corrected for distance vision and the non-dominant eye is corrected more for near/intermediate vision. Using both eyes together, the brain blends the images to give an improved depth of focus. After Monovision LASIK, it may take several weeks for you to adapt to the new vision.
And, like other presbyopia-correcting procedures, Monovision LASIK is not meant to completely replace reading glasses, but to improve your near-point function in general.
The blended vision procedure is designed to avoid too large a discrepancy in vision between your two eyes, with our goal to give you comfortable binocular vision after the procedure. Monovision is the most popular form of improving reading vision in the U.S.