Eye exam for Near vision
These problems often come with age, and you probably do not need a test to tell you if you have problems seeing things close up.
For example, just try to read the newspaper once in a while...
Nevertheless, here is a test that an eyecare professional could have you do to assess your near vision.
He will cover one eye and have you take the test. Then, he will cover the other eye and have you take the test again.
If you have read the test as successfully with the right eye as with the left eye, you probably have good central acuity.
If you do not manage to read all the letters, the optometrist will continue with the examination before giving you a prescription for corrective lenses.
* The image of the test above has no medical value and should only be considered for preparation and understanding of your eye exam with your eyecare professional.
Reading glasses and bifocals are still used, but progressive lenses such as Varilux are the most functional and are specifically designed for you.
It's a common problem easily manageable with prescription eyeglasses.
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