Why do I suddenly need help with reading?
As we age, the flexible lens in the eye becomes denser, losing its ability to change shape. While this may seem sudden, this loss of flexibility is gradual and called Presbyopia.
Presbyopia (prez-bee-OH-pee-ah) decreases the eye's ability to focus on near objects = eyestrain, headaches and eye fatigue.
You may be experiencing this NORMAL but incredibly annoying change if you are over 40.
Are you holding reading material further away?
Squinting to make out small print or needing more light to read?
THERE IS A SOLUTION!
No matter what your age, you can still wear contact lenses!
Many people don't know contact lenses come in many designs, just like prescription eyeglasses.
RGP lenses are available with modern-refined multi-focal optics, and crafted with state-of-the-art technology using an array of unique manufacturing processes.