Presbyopia is also known as age-related farsightedness. Unfortunately this is a normal part of aging and most individuals develop it to some degree. Here, our team at Monterey County Eye Associates explores presbyopia and age and discusses how patients can manage this condition successfully.
The eye doctors at Monterey County Eye Associates discuss the causes of presbyopia, a loss of near vision.
Everybody gets presbyopia, or the age-related loss of near vision, at around the age of 40. Learn what the symptoms of this condition are.
Presbyopia is a form of age-related farsightedness (hyperopia) common in middle age and advanced age. Read about your options for treatment.
Farsightedness (hyperopia) refers to a difficulty seeing objects nearby by but the ability to see distant objects clearly. Treatments include LASIK and corrective lenses.
Intraocular lenses (IOLs) are a fine option to consider if you would like to treat cataracts and other issues related to the lens. Read on to learn more.