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See Small Prints Better

We all will experience difficulties with seeing small prints as we get older. With professional care and support from Kesona Eye Centre, you will have a clearer understanding of why it happens and also overcome the difficulties associated with it.

We do not just diagnose and treat the conditions that make it difficult to see small prints. We also empower people with information and resources to deal with associated challenges and work comfortably with their eyes.

A picture of Dr Rose Azuike, the Managing Director and Optometrist at Kesona Eye Centre

Dr Rose Azuike
Managing Director

4 WAYS WE HELP PEOPLE WHO FIND IT HARD TO SEE SMALL PRINTS

Consultation with an Eye Doctor

This involves consulting with one of our eye doctors, and getting a comprehensive eye examination, proper diagnosis and personalized treatment recommendations.

Eyewear Fitting and Dispensing

Here we help you choose and fit suitable, good quality eyewear based on the eye doctor’s prescription recommondations and your style preferences. 

Virtual Guidance and Support

We offer this through a regularly updated all-in-one e-book that has helped many people understand and manage difficulties with seeing small prints.

Raising Awareness

Many people do not know about presbyopia, the condition that causes difficulties with seeing small prints. So, from time to time we organize free lessons to raise awareness of the condition and encourage people to seek care and support. If you will like to get notified of the next free lesson, join the waitlist. 

THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO SEEING SMALL PRINTS

A simple but comprehensive e-book that has helped many people understand and effectively manage difficulties with seeing small prints (presbyopia)


CONTENT: NINE VALUABLE THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT DIFFICULTY WITH SEEING SMALL PRINTS AND ITS MANAGEMENT

The essential facts about seeing small prints clearly.

Why most people find it hard to see small prints. 

How to differentiate this condition from age-related sight-threatening conditions.

Coping strategies that really help at the onset.

Proven ways to improve near vision with tips to help you choose the one most suitable for you.

Wrong beliefs and practices to avoid.

Common challenges that no one talks about and how to deal with them

How to get updates on issues associated with this condition.

How we can help you get started with managing it

FREE RESOURCES

Presbyopia is a normal condition in which the eyes gradually lose their ability to focus on near objects as we get older.

This condition happens to everyone, but, the age of onset varies from one person to another. Most people start experiencing symptoms in their 40s and a few others as early as 35 or as late as 50. Click here to read our post on presbyopia

There are many eve conditions that can develop as people get older. However, there is one that everyone starts to experience at some time in their middle age (between 40 and 60 years). Click here to learn more from our MD’s carousel post on Instagram.

Did you know that there is a difference between hyperopia (farsightedness) and presbyopia (age-related fighteness)? Click here to learn more from our MD’s carousel post on Instagram.

As people get older, they start experiencing difficulty reading small prints and one question they often ask at the clinic is why.  Click here to learn why from our MD’s carousel post on Instagram.

One challenge people who find it hard to see small prints have is deciding on the type of eyeglasses that will help them cope with the condition. On Instagram, we shared 4 major types of eyeglasses that can be worn to cope with this problem with tips to help you make the right choice. Click here to learn more.

Sometimes, people get new eyeglasses and do not feel comfortable in them. Rather than abandon the glasses, the best thing to do is to find out the cause of the problem and get it solved. This can easily be done with the help of the eye doctor.

Click here to learn about the common causes of problems with new eyeglasses and how to solve them.

Your eyeglasses are not meant to last forever. They are supposed to be changed after a while. But, how would you know it is time to change them?
On Instagram, we shared a carousel post on 5 signs that your eyeglasses are due for change. Click here to read and learn.