Presbyopia

Presbyopia

Presbyopia is the result of an age-related process.

Presbyopia 

Presbyopia 

Presbyopia is the result of an age-related process. Presbyopia affects everyone, even people who have had perfect vision in the past. When people reach middle age (usually in their forties), the lens inside the eye loses its flexibility. Close objects start to appear blurry. Presbyopic people may struggle while working on a computer or find that they have to hold a menu at arm's length in order to read it.

Treatment options for presbyopia are:
-Reading Glasses
-Bifocal Glasses
-Progressive Glasses
-Monovision Contact Lenses
-Bifocal and multifocal Contact lenses
-CK surgery (Conductive Keratoplasty)
-RESTOR, REZOOM, CRYSTALENS Implant