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.