I’m middle-aged, why do I need a different prescription for computer and reading?

Presbyopia is the medical term which describes the decline in near focusing ability for individuals 40 years of age and beyond. This process occurs over many years and affects first our reading vision and then our computer vision necessitating a different prescription for each distance. Comfortable vision can be achieved at each distance with progressive multi-focal, single vision or computer progressive multi-focal eyeglasses. Our eye doctors and optical dispensary associates recommend the product that is best for you.

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