Presbyopia is a natural part of aging, and usually starts to occur as you enter your mid 40s. Presbyopia is the gradual loss of your eyes' ability to focus on nearby objects. It's a natural, but annoying part of aging.
What causes presbyopia?
As we age, your eye’s natural lens looses elasticity so you cannot focus at near as well as when you were younger.
Signs of Presbyopia
The need to hold reading material at arm's length
Problems focusing on small objects and/or fine print
Difficulty seeing in dim light and eyestrain
Good to Know
As we age, your eye’s natural lens loses elasticity so you cannot focus at near as well as when you were younger. This is part of the natural aging process!
What are my options to correct my vision?
This is the best option. RLE surgery consists of taking the natural lens and replacing it with an artificial lens. You will never develop cataracts.