Presbyopia is a condition associated with the aging of the eye that usually occurs after age 40. When you become presbyopic, you have no difficulty seeing objects in the distance, but you start having trouble seeing small print clearly. You have to hold your smartphone and other objects and reading material (books, magazines, menus, labels, etc.) farther from your eyes to see them more clearly. You should undergo annual thorough eye exams to maintain your eye health. Presbyopia can be treated with eyeglasses (including reading eyeglasses) or advanced surgical procedure such as KAMRA inlay implantation.