There comes a time in life when you can’t quite hold the newspaper far enough away. This is when bifocals become a necessity. When does this generally happen?
According to WebMd.com, most people don’t need a bifocal until after the age of 40. When close objects tend to be harder to see, and your normal prescription glasses just aren’t making the cut, it is time to look at your bifocal options.
Bifocals or progressive lenses allow you to see things clearly at different distances. If you are interested in learning more about your bifocal options, come speak with your progressive lens authority, Dr. Tavel. With 19 convenient locations, we make it easy to take control of your eye health.