Tag

#presbyopia

Eyesight by age 2 min read

Vision at 40

As you reach your 40s you may notice your vision changing discover more about eye conditions and diseases that may impact you.

All about Essilor 5 min read

Celebrating 60 years of varilux

It was back in 1948 when a young man called Bernard Maitenaz joined Société des Lunetiers, who quickly got to work developing a new solution for bifocals. The invention of the varifocal lens stemmed from a completely new concept, revolutionising the world of optics and lenses

Your life and eyes 4 min read

3 things to consider when buying varifocal lenses

Varifocal lenses are a popular solution for correcting presbyopia so you can see clearly at different distances; near, far and everything in between. We offer some key considerations to think about when it comes to buying your first pair of varifocal lenses.

Eye conditions & symptoms 10 min read

Understanding Presbyopia

Presbyopia is an age-related long-sightedness, which affects your ability to see objects close up. It occurs when the lens loses its flexibility.

Your life and eyes 4 min read

Driving over 60: Do I need an eye test?

The ageing eye brings with it a unique set of challenges. As you inch closer to 60, the eye undergoes a series of anatomical and physiological changes that may affect vision and your ability to perform simple, everyday tasks like reading and driving.

Your life and eyes 7 min read

Common eye conditions that can affect your road skills

Whether you’re a driver, a cyclist, a biker or a pedestrian, your vision plays a fundamental role in your journey when on the road. We discuss some of the common eye conditions that may affect you on the road and what you can do to manage them successfully.

Your life and eyes 5 min read

Will presbyopia affect my vision on the road?

Whether you drive a car, ride a bicycle or motorbike, or simply prefer to walk, great vision is critical for road safety. Presbyopia is a natural part of ageing. Symptoms usually start to occur from the early 40s. Even if you’ve had perfect eyesight, you may find that you need to hold your phone a little further away.