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What can be done to correct presbyopia?
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Dr. Edward Workman
Pain Management
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Corrective lens
Presbyopia is the development of inflexibility of the lens with aging; symptoms include blurred vision at normal reading distances, the need to hold material at arms length to see it, and headaches/fatigue from close work.
Unfortunately, the only sure method for correcting presbyopia is corrective lenses. Sometimes simple reading glasses from the drug store work, but usually u need prescription

In brief: Corrective lens
Presbyopia is the development of inflexibility of the lens with aging; symptoms include blurred vision at normal reading distances, the need to hold material at arms length to see it, and headaches/fatigue from close work.
Unfortunately, the only sure method for correcting presbyopia is corrective lenses. Sometimes simple reading glasses from the drug store work, but usually u need prescription
Dr. Edward Workman
Dr. Edward Workman
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Dr. Paul Cohen
Family Medicine
In brief: Glasses
Most cases of presbyopia are secondary to a loss of the accomodative capacity of our eyes as we normally age and can be corrected with a simple pair of corrective lenses.

In brief: Glasses
Most cases of presbyopia are secondary to a loss of the accomodative capacity of our eyes as we normally age and can be corrected with a simple pair of corrective lenses.
Dr. Paul Cohen
Dr. Paul Cohen
Thank
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