Eyeglasses are a simple, safe way to correct vision problems caused by presbyopia. Principally, corrective eyeglasses for presbyopia consist of lenses with added magnifying power to compensate an inability to see close objects.
For patients without previous vision problems, eyeglasses for farsightedness with prescription of magnifying lenses should be worn while reading or looking at close objects. They need to be removed when they are not needed.
For patients with existing vision problems, such as nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism, if you have already worn corrective eyeglasses for farsightedness but they are not improving your vision while looking at close objects, recommendations are:
- Wearing another corrective eyeglasses for nearsightedness. However, it might be inconvenient since 2 eyeglasses need to be worn alternatively, causing headache and eye fatigue.
- Wearing corrective eyeglasses with bifocal lenses. These lenses have a visible horizontal line that separates distance prescription, above the line and reading prescription, below the line.
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