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Reading Glasses

Answers to your frequent questions

Reading glasses are an excellent solution for those who need help reading, sewing, or doing an activity that requires close-up vision. For this reason, they are not only known as 'reading glasses' but also as "hyperopia glasses".

They can be harmful to the eyes when dealing with pre-assembled glasses. They could be used as auxiliary or emergency glasses but the ideal situation is to buy specific prescription lenses as each person has a different interpupillary distance.


People in their 40s and 50s, when presbyopia rises, begin to experience small daily problems, such as blurring in near vision or they need to get closer to the book or mobile phone to be able to read them. If this has ever happened to you, reading glasses can be a good solution to help you with these routinary tasks.


No. Progressive glasses are not a substitute for reading glasses nor for screen glasses. Its lenses have a different structure from the ones of progressive glasses. Therefore, if you wear progressive glasses or normal prescription glasses and start to notice the symptoms of presbyopia, it is recommended to also carry on reading glasses always with you!


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