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Presbyopia: What Are Your Options?

Monday, September 25th, 2017

Presbyopia is an age-related condition of the eye in which it becomes difficult to see things up close. Reading, for example, becomes difficult. This is due to the fact that our natural lenses become stiff as we age. Presbyopia typically sets in around the mid-forties, at which point reading glasses or bifocals usually become necessary....  read more

Monovision vs. Kamra Inlay

Friday, August 15th, 2014

As individuals reach their 40s, the majority will develop a condition called presbyopia, or the age-related inability to focus up close. Most eye care professionals believe that presbyopia develops as the eye’s natural lens hardens with age, making it difficult for the lens to adjust focus when looking at objects at different distances. Although some...  read more

Restoring Near Vision With Kamra Inlay

Friday, June 13th, 2014

Are you able to see objects in the distance clearly but need your reading glasses to see the text on a menu? Are you over the age of 40 and notice your near vision is not as good as it used to be, even though you have never before experienced vision problems? If so, you...  read more