Whether it was perfect at birth or not, our vision inevitably evolves around the age of 45. Fine print, dim lighting: we experience more difficulty seeing close up. We’ve become presbyopic. Why? Our crystalline, the natural lens of the eye, loses its elasticity and is less able to adjust.
If we already have another vision correction, progressive lenses are a simple and effective solution to remedy this inconvenience without the need to change glasses constantly. Their principle: a power that varies smoothly and seamlessly over the surface of the lens. At the top, it adapts to far vision; in the middle, intermediate vision; at the bottom, near vision. These lenses are compatible with all visual corrections and all surface treatments.