Visual defects




Presbyopia is a common visual problem linked to the aging process of the eye, and more specifically of the crystalline lens.
Between the ages of 40 and 60, this condition progresses and near vision becomes progressively blurred. We usually become aware of this when we feel the need to stretch out our arms to read.




The symptoms


Presbyopia manifests itself through a variety of symptoms that only evolve over time:


  • Difficulty seeing up close
  • Eye fatigue
  • Need to keep objects at a distance
  • Need for more lighting




There are various treatments for presbyopia, which aim to improve or correct this visual disorder, such as :




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