What is presbyopia?

Presbyopia is the loss of ability to read without glasses within the normal reading distance. It occurs in about 40 years of age and becomes worse when people get older. It is caused by the loss of elasticity of the human crystalline. The solution is reading glasses prescription or PRELEX-type methods. Presbyopia is based on the implantation of multifocal intraocular lenses that will allow you to see in the distance as well as to see up close without glasses.

Presbyopia is an inability of the eye to focus on objects within normal reading distance. Presbyopia occurs in over 40 years of age and is based on the loss of elasticity of the crystalline. Presbyopia becomes worse when people get older - reading glasses need to be stronger and stronger. Presbyopia is mostly corrected with non-laser PRELEX-type surgery during which special multifocal intraocular lens is implanted in the eye, whereas the lens allows you to see in the distance as well as to see up close without using glasses. If early presbyopia is combined with plus distance glasses, the condition can be significantly improved in the case of people of about 35 to 45 years of age even by means of laser eye surgery.