lowrence & mayo

Don't fret that 40
If you are 40 years or more, you've probably noticed your eyes have changed. The most common change is the age-related loss of near focusing ability called Presbyopia.

Presbyopia describes the condition where the eye exhibits a progressively diminished ability to focus on near objects with age. This ability to focus near objects slowly and gradually starts to decline from a young age itself. However the effect of this is seen only in the age of 40 years and beyond when you find it difficult to read small print at close up distances. You are forced to hold print further away to see clearly. Progressive lenses can be used to give you the most natural vision when you are 40 years and above.