are eyeglasses that are used to correct presbyopia, which is a natural age-related loss of the ability to focus on nearby objects. Presbyopia typically begins to occur in people around the age of 40 and becomes more pronounced with age. If you have presbyopia, you may have difficulty reading small print or seeing objects up close. Presbyopic glasses
can help you see more clearly by focusing light on the retina, which is the light-sensitive tissue at the back of the eye. These glasses usually have multifocal lenses, which have two or more prescriptions in one lens to help you see clearly at different distances. They can be made with either progressive lenses or bifocal lenses, depending on your needs.