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Presbyopia Vision Disorder

What is Presbyopia?

Presbyopia is a vision disorder where the eye’s crystalline lens loses its ability to flex–or focus on items up close. This rigidity makes focusing on objects up close very difficult.

Beginning around age 10, the natural lens in our eyes begins a very slow process of becoming less and less able to accommodate focus changes. This inability to focus is called Presbyopia. Presbyopia normally does not affect near vision until after age 40 and causes the need for reading glasses or bifocals to see near objects. There is no “cure” for Presbyopia.

As a cataract forms, the lens becomes even less able to accommodate, however most people who develop cataracts have been fully presbyopic for quite some time and have been using readers and bifocals for years.

Symptoms of Presbyopia

  • Inability to Focus Up Close
  • Blurred Vision at Normal Reading Distance
  • Headaches and Eye Fatigue

Understanding Presbyopia

Ryan P. Conley, D.O. | KAMRA Inlay Specialist

Meet Dr. Conley

Ryan P. Conley, D.O. is fellowship-trained, board-certified ophthalmologist who performs the KAMRA Inlay procedure at Triad Eye Institute.

He also performs the LenSx laser-assisted cataract surgery, LASIK blade-free vision correction, refractive lens implant surgery and various corneal transplant procedures.

Dr. Conley is a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, American Osteopathic College of Ophthalmology Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery, American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, American Osteopathic Association, and Oklahoma Osteopathic Association.

Schedule a Free Consultation


We encourage you to schedule a FREE consultation with Triad Eye Institute today. During our meeting, we will advise on whether or not you’re an ideal candidate for the KAMRA inlay treatment, as well as compose a custom plan designed to achieve the clear vision you’ve always wanted. Call our office today and one of our seasoned staff members will be able to assist you.