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What is age-related Blurry Near Vision (presbyopia)?

What happens when you have trouble seeing up close?

As we age, the lenses of our eyes become harder and less flexible, making it more difficult to see up close.
These changes can lead to age-related Blurry Near Vision, also known as presbyopia.

Do you find yourself doing these things?

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Using brighter lighting to read

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Holding materials at an arm’s length

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Squinting your eyes

If so, you could have presbyopia.

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It happens to many adults as we age

Approximately 128 million adults in the United States are living with presbyopia. Most people are in their 40s when they first start noticing problems seeing clearly up close.

But there’s an alternative way to treat it.

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Set your focus on VUITY™

People have dealt with presbyopia in a variety of ways. Now there’s VUITY™, a prescription eye drop that can help treat this condition in adults.

Some Current Options

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Reading glasses

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Bifocal lenses

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Progressive lenses

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Contact lenses

Alternaitive Option

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VUITY™

VUITY™ is an innovative way to treat presbyopia.

Talk with your eye doctor to see if VUITY™ might be right for you.

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The progression of age-related Blurry Near Vision

Mild

Holding objects further away, difficulty reading in dim lighting

Moderate

Turning up lights in most settings, require aids in almost all circumstances

Advanced

Inability to read at arm's length (near and intermediate distance) without a workaround

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