There's a new procedure to improve eyesight, and it's prompting some baby boomers to throw away their glasses and contacts.
It's called Conductive Keratoplasty, and was recently approved by the F-D-A. In fact, it's so new only a handful of opthalmologists around the country are performing the procedure.
It involves reshaping the cornea by transmitting radio waves. No tissue is cut. It's for people with low to moderate amounts of farsightedness. And can reportedly improve both the distance and your reading vision.