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Contact Lenses in Presbyopia: Monovision    
Introduction Presbyopia  is a common condition that begins at about age 40 that makes vision at near blurry. Most adults begin to experience difficulty with reading at that time, and this is a part of the aging process, but not in the way most people might think. (For this discussion and article, the term "near" or "nearpoint" means that the book or computer monitor is about 16 to 18 inches (40 to 45 cm) away from the eyes. In a similar way, “di...Read More
 
Mature Vision: Presbyopia    
By early adulthood, the human eye is fully developed; at its maximum potential it includes various components that are not easily measured by traditional eye charts, such as depth perception, night vision and hand-eye coordination. However, vision does still change over time. By about the age of 40, the symptoms of "presbyopia" begin to become noticeable, most commonly by difficulties reading fine print or using a computer for extended time periods. Presbyopia is one of the four ...Read More
 
Multifocal Contact Lenses     
Multifocal contact lenses are rapidly increasing in popularity as an exciting new alternative for people with presbyopia. If you are over 40 your eyesight is probably changing. You may have difficulty reading or doing simple tasks up close. As we mature the eye becomes less capable of focusing from far to close objects. This is a common condition called presbyopia and it affects nearly everyone by the age of 50. The crystalline lens of the eye thickens throughout life making it harder and l...Read More
 
Multifocal Contact Lenses & Monovision     
New innovations in lens designs and materials have allowed more presbyopes to continue to enjoy the benefits of contact lens wear. Multifocal Lenses If you are over 40 your eyesight is probably changing. You may have difficulty reading or doing simple tasks up close. As we mature the eye becomes less capable of focusing from far to close objects. This is a common condition called presbyopia and it affects nearly everyone by the age of 50. The crystalline lens of the eye thickens throughout ...Read More
 
 
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