Presbyopia Treatment in Central Southwest

Presbyopia Treatment in Central Southwest

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What is Presbyopia?

Presbyopia is an age-related vision condition that causes near objects to appear blurry. It typically starts in a person’s 40’s, when the lens of the eye begins to stiffen and lose flexibility. This makes it difficult to focus on nearby objects.

Presbyopia can significantly impact your quality of life. Regular daily activities like reading books, instruction manuals and food labels, scrolling through your phone, threading a needle and other close-up tasks can become daunting.

The good news is, with the help of Memorial Eye Center - Corinthian Pointe, this common vision condition can be effectively managed, so you won’t have to compromise on your quality of life.

normal eye compaed to an ey with presbyopia


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Presbyopia Management in Central Southwest

Our optometry practice in Central Southwest

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Hours
  • Monday 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Tuesday 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Wednesday 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Thursday 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Friday 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Saturday Closed
  • Sunday Closed
  • May. 27 Closed
Insurance Plans
  • Anthem
  • Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Blue Cross
  • Medicaid
  • Medicare
  • United Healthcare
  • Spectera
  • VSP

Presbyopia Treatment Options

  • Eyeglasses

    • Prescription reading glasses
    • Bifocals: for distance and near vision correction
    • Progressive multifocals: see objects at a near, intermediate or far distance
  • Contact lenses

    • Bifocal contact lenses: different sections for reading and distance prescriptions
    • Monovision contact lenses: distance prescription in one eye and reading prescription in the other eye
  • Laser surgery

    Changes the shape of the cornea to correct vision. Some examples include:

    • LASIK
    • LASEK
    • Photorefractive keratectomy
  • Lens implant

    An eye surgeon removes your natural lens and replaces it with an intraocular lens. This new lens is flexible and can restore your ability to focus on near objects.

See better and feel your best with Memorial Eye Center - Corinthian Pointe

Patient Reviews
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- Mar. 15, 2024
Staff was friendly, doctor explained things clearly. Leslie help me find the right frames. Definitel... y bringing my family in.
- Mar. 15, 2024
There are amazing doctors and staff, who were all very professional and kind.
- Mar. 15, 2024
My experience was amazing and the doctors were kind and patient with me when I had questions and the... manager was very accommodating.
- Sep. 13, 2023
Went last week for the first time. Had full eye exam and selected new frames. Dr. Joseph and her tea... m are great.
- Jun. 28, 2022
Everyone was professional and kind. The assistant was not only kind, she was very efficient. Dr. Olu... mba was also very kind, thorough and very professional. He explained every aspect of the exam and his findings. Great job! I will definitely recommend this office to a friend. It is also very nice to have quality professionals in my neighborhood ❤️
- Apr. 15, 2022
Love Doc W. Treats the boys great and his interactions with them is the best we have ever had. He ma... kes them feel like they were important and they had a fun visit.
- Dec. 11, 2021
Great costumer service, kid friendly personel !!!

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Presbyopia Diagnosis Treatment FAQs

What is presbyopia treatment?

Presbyopia treatment corrects age-related farsightedness to enable you to see close-up objects, such as books and electronic screens more clearly. Treatments include:

  • Eyeglasses
  • Contact lenses
  • Laser surgery
  • Lens implants
Can presbyopia be cured?

Currently, there is no cure. The good news is that our optometrists can recommend a variety of treatment options to help you see your best, from near to far.

How do I know if I have presbyopia?

If you’re over 40 and struggle with any of the following, you may have presbyopia.

  • Holding a book or a screen at arm’s length to see it more clearly
  • Needing larger print or font size to read
  • Blurry vision while reading
  • Difficulty reading in dim light
  • Eye strain and headaches when focusing on near objects

If you have one or more of these signs, schedule an eye exam and ask us about glasses, contact lenses, or other presbyopia treatment options.

Are bifocals right for me?

If it’s hard for you to read and to see things at a distance, bifocals may be your perfect solution. With bifocals, you can get two prescriptions in one. One corrects farsightedness and the other corrects nearsightedness. We offer several different types of bifocal lenses to suit your personal preference.


men wearing glasses for presbyopia

Is presbyopia impacting your daily life?

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