Presbyopia is the gradual reduction in the
amount that the eye can change its focus.
The changes are the result of the
continued growth of the biological lens
inside the eye, and are a normal part of
Presbyopia usually becomes noticeable
between the ages of 40 and 50 as an
inability to focus on near objects.
this age group often find that they have to
hold things further away to see them
Presbyopia can be corrected by an optical
prescription specifically designed for close
This can be provided in
many forms, including reading glasses,
bifocals, trifocals and progressive lenses (multifocals).