A common appearance in the early to mid-40s!
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The symptoms, causes, and treatment of cataracts - all at EyeOnce Clinic Gangnam
What is Presbyopia?
As people age, the lens in the eye gets harder and less flexible, which causes it to stop focusing light correctly on the retina. This makes nearby objects appear blurry.
Symptoms of Presbyopia
Difficulty reading small letters
Blurred vision at far distances
Eyestrain or headaches after reading
Symptoms worsen in the dark and you experience difficulty driving at night
Presbyopia Treatment Methods
Types of Presbyopia
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
In general, presbyopia-correcting cataract surgery is only needed once in a lifetime.
The results of corrective surgery are semi-permanent given that no other eye diseases such as glaucoma or macular degeneration arise.
Presbyopia Surgery Precautions
Diabetes and High-blood pressure
If the patient has diabetes or high blood pressure, it is important to consult with a specialist prior to surgery
Any current use of eye drops or oral medication must be discussed prior to cataract surgery
Be cautious of debris
For 1 month following surgery, avoid intense exercise and be cautious of rubbing your eyes to prevent any exposure to debris
It is required to wear an eye patch at night for one week post-surgery
Washing your face and bathing
Patients can wash their face 1 week after surgery and take a bath 1 month after surgery