Bifocal contact lenses have been around for many years, but until recently they weren’t very popular. Today, new technology has produced more successful and a greater variety of designs. So if one design or brand doesn’t work for you, another might.
Often after the age of 40 people develop presbyopia, a condition that affects our ability to focus on objects that are near. Think about it. Do you have a separate pair of glasses for reading? Or do you need to wear bifocals to see both… Continue reading
As we age, the need for progressive lenses increases. Just like graying hair and wrinkles, presbyopia is an inevitable sign that you’re getting older. Perhaps it started with cheaters to read but has now progressed so that prescription eyewear is necessary.
Presbyopia is the normal, gradual loss of your eyes’ ability to focus on nearby objects. Most people will start to notice presbyopia in their mid-40s. But unlike your changing hair or skin, blurred vision is much harder to live with. Thankfully, there is an answer – progressive or bifocal… Continue reading