Boneham Peters Optometrist


Sydney CBD 02 9262 2555

Mosman 02 8043 6890

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What is presbyopia?

Have you noticed people over a certain age need to wear reading glasses? Why is that? When we read the lens in our eye flexes. In a condition called presbyopia, the lens starts to lose its ability to focus as well as once before. This is due to the lens getting thicker and less able to change shape, causing a gradual loss of focussing ability. Glasses or contact lenses can be used to fix this issue. 

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