Starting to find it difficult to read the newspaper? Do you feel that your arms just aren’t long enough?


When you are young, the lens in your eye is soft and flexible. The lens of the eye changes its shape easily, allowing you to focus on objects both close and far away. After the age of 40 (generally), the lens becomes more rigid. Because the lens can’t change shape as easily as it once did, it is more difficult to read at close range. This normal condition is called presbyopia.


Difficulty in seeing small print, needing more light to read and holding reading material further away from you are all indicators that you probably require an eye exam to see if you need reading glasses.


We offer a large range of glasses including an extensive budget range suitable for reading.