Presbyopia

Presbyopia is the thickening and stiffening of the lenses in your eyes due to the normal aging process. Normally, the muscles around the lens expand and contract which bend the lens, allowing you to adjust the focus of your eye on objects either far away or close to you.  However, around age 40, the lens loses its flexibility and won't bend to focus on close objects.

Presbyopia is usually corrected with glasses, contact lenses, or corrective surgery.

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