Presbyopia is the process of losing clear eyesight which occurs with ageing and one starts to lose the near sight vision and certain effort has to be made to view objects or to read and to focus. This condition caused due to the weakening of the muscles in the eyes restricting the free adjustment of the lens in the eye. So the lens cannot make quick adjustments to render clear vision of objects. Blurred vision is the clear symptom of the condition.
HOW IS PRESBYOPIA DIAGNOSED?
Presbyopia can be diagnosed by an ophthalmologist as part of a comprehensive eye examination. A typical exam will include tests to evaluate your eyes for the presence of diseases and vision disorders. Your pupils will probably be dilated with special eye drops to allow your ophthalmologist to examine the inside of your eye.
HOW IS PRESBYOPIA TREATED?
While a doctor normally suggests eyeglasses and contact lenses to treat Presbyopia, however, refractive surgery or laser surgery is a permanent form of correction for Presbyopia.
DID YOU KNOW?
The sooner you get yourself checked for Presbyopia the better it is as damage is minimal here.