PRESBYOPIA

Presbyopia also called age-related farsightedness is a gradual, age-related loss of the eyes’ ability to focus actively on nearby objects.

Farsightedness usually becomes noticeable in the early- to mid-40s and worsens until around the age of 65.

Symptoms include a need to hold reading material at arm’s length to make letters clearer, blurred vision at normal reading distance, and eye strain after reading. The condition can be corrected with non-prescription or prescription glasses & contact lenses.

Essilor is the inventor of the Varilux progressive lens. Contact World of Vision Optometrists to find out how Varilux lenses can help better your vision.

Call us 012 653 2288 for more information or to book an appointment. You can also email centurion@worldofvision.co.za

Presbyopia