November 30, 2007, Newsletter Issue #92: Reading Glasses with Contact Lenses

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If you aren't eligible or don't want to have laser presbyopia surgery or any of the other presbyopia treatments, don't fret. Assuming you can wear contact lenses, you have a double option for presbyopia treatment.

Typically, you wear bifocals or multifocal contact lenses to correct presbyopia. However, if you are happy with contacts but want reading glasses for close-up work, you can use reading glasses and contacts together. With any of these glasses presbyopia treatments, you can cheerfully ask, “Presbyopia, what presbyopia, what is presbyopia to me?”

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