Dry eyes is a common and usually benign condition, characterized by a disturbance of the tear film or poor tear production. It can be diagnosed by an optometrist at annual eye exams. Treatment varies depending on the cause of the tear problem.
Multifocal Contact Lenses correct the vision of those that need different prescriptions for distance and near vision in a contact lens. People over 40 often lose their ability to focus for reading. This is called presbyopia.
Kids can be successful contact lens wearers, as long as the parent is involved with the increased responsibility of wearing and caring for contact lenses. There are definite benefits for children who wear contact lenses.
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