What Exactly Is Presbyopia?
If you notice a loss of near vision, then you are probably experiencing presbyopia. Multifocal contact lenses may be exactly what you are looking for! You will be able to enjoy the advantages of contacts, and ditch your reading glasses when reading or writing.
If reading up close has become a challenge, then it may be time for multifocal contacts or eyeglasses. Or perhaps you would prefer progressive lenses or reading glasses. What ever your vision needs, our eye doctors at Eyes On 40 are here to help!
If you are noticing a loss of near vision? Maybe you want to enjoy the advantages of contacts, as well as ditch your reading glasses when reading or writing? Multifocal contact lenses may be exactly what you are looking for and your Professional Vision eye doctor can help!
4 Ways to Save Your Vision Over Age 40
1) Multi-focal Contact Lenses - Get the distance to see clearly up close & far away each day with Multifocal contact lenses, both in the regular & 1-day varieties.
2) Multi-focal Eyeglass Lenses - Eyeglass lenses with more than one power to help those of us over age 40 deal with the normal, age-related loss of near vision called presbyopia.
3) Progressive Lenses - These lenses have a gradual change in power from the top to the bottom of the lens, providing a range of powers for clear vision far away, up close and everywhere in between.
4) Reading Glasses - It's worth it to go with custom-made reading glasses (versus the drugstore variety) - you will experience extra comfort and precise vision.
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