Presbyopia | Miranza - Clínica Muiños
What is Presbyopia?
Presbyopia, or so-called eyestrain, appears when the crystalline loses its elasticity, starting at around 40 years of age, and it no longer allows focusing on items at different distances.
If the crystalline also starts to lose transparency (cataracts), the replacement of the crystalline with an intraocular multifocal diffractive lens will correct all these problems: lack of focus, cataracts, and presbyopia.
Do you need more info?
Presbyopia is the difficulty of focusing on something which is near. It tends to occur when the individual is 40 to 45 years old and it is a natural physiological change, not a disease.