As we reach mid-life, our vision begins to change for up-close and reading tasks. Maybe you’ve noticed that your near vision begins to worsen once you reached about the age of 40. You may find yourself holding items at arm’s length to read them or picking up drugstore readers to see menus, read labels, or use your smartphone.


This is a condition known as age-related presbyopia, commonly referred to as “Over-40 Vision.” If you've experienced this, do not fear. You have options to correct this reading vision issue thanks to an advanced technology called corneal inlay, which is now available at Parkhurst NuVision. 


The corneal inlay is designed to help you regain your near vision and has helped thousands of people across the country ditch the reading glasses and restore their near vision.