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Will you ever need reading glasses again? Learn about the new Vuity eye drop for presbyopia!
Ever noticed how people need bifocal glasses or reading glasses as they get older? That is because of presbyopia. Presbyopia is caused by the loss of elasticity of the crystalline lens inside the eye. This increased rigidity of the lens results in poor focus on near objects.
Thankfully, we have many treatment options for presbyopia which can include reading glasses, magnifiers, progressive lenses, multifocal contact lenses and even some surgical options, BUT now we have Vuity.
Vuity is a prescription medication eye drop approved for the treatment of presbyopia.
Vuity eye drops work by causing the muscles of the iris to constrict, causing your pupils to get smaller. A smaller pupil increases the pinhole effect and can increase your “depth of field” and give you a wider range of clear vision.
Vuity consists of an active ingredient called pilocarpine, which has historically been used in eye care to treat glaucoma. Pilocarpine does have some known side effects which we discuss in this video.
UPDATE: One thing I did not mention in this video was how Vuity may cause a slight dimming effect in your vision. Because of this, people may have more difficulty with driving at nighttime or in low light situations.
0:00 Vuity Eye Drops
0:45 What is Presbyopia in the eye
1:38 How does Vuity Work
2:02 The Pinhole Effect
3:34 Who is Vuity For
4:51 Vuity price
5:11 Vuity Vs Pilocarpine
6:30 Vuity Side Effects
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