Do you use bifocals to treat your presbyopia? Presbyopia is a highly common vision condition that tends to present itself around middle age. It is characterized by a decreased flexibility in the lens of your eye, making it more difficult for you to focus on objects, read, and more. Most people rely on bifocals to treat their presbyopia, but are frustrated by the image jump that occurs because of the separation in the lenses for close-up vision and distance vision. Fortunately, Dr. Romy Park and the rest of the staff at our source have a more comfortable and convenient solution: progressive lenses.
Progressive lenses eliminate image jump and create a more seamless progression throughout the lens. In doing so, the vision correction is more of a full range rather than separate sections within the same lens, giving you more comprehensive and effective vision quality, and making the vision correction feel more natural. All you will need to do is look up for distance vision, look down for reading or other close-up vision, and look straight ahead for vision that falls somewhere in the middle. Your eyes adjust to this much more naturally than the strict boundaries created in traditional bifocal lenses, making switching to progressive lenses much easier.
Progressive lenses can be customized to create the most beneficial vision correction for you. The experts at our source would be happy to give you more personalized advice after an examination and consultation with Dr. Park. We can show you the various frames we have available that work with progressive lenses so that we can create the perfect eyeglasses for your individual needs.
If you would like to learn more about progressive lenses or any of the other eye care products and services available to you at our source, we encourage you to visit Dr. Park’s main website to look through some additional information that you might find useful. If you have any questions or concerns that you would like to discuss, please do not hesitate the staff at our source for assistance. Dr. Park and the rest of our staff look forward to working with you here soon.