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Far-sighted Vision

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  • This is a vision problem in which the ability to see objects in the distance is normal, but objects that are close appear blurred.  Presbyopia is the far-sightedness that occurs naturally with age (starting at about age 40-45, all individuals eventually need reading glasses).  The lens helps us focus and see images by changing the shape.  With age, the lens of the eye loses its elasticity, gets harder, and is unable to change shape when needed. One may notice difficulty when reading (especially in dim light) and writing, both appearing fuzzy and blurred.  Reading may also give a person with this condition.

  • Reading glasses
  • Laser eye surgery is just starting to become available to correct far-sightedness.

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