Reading Glasses in Alexandria

Alexandria Eyeglasses

If you are around the age of forty years old or older, you may notice that your eyes simply just do not work the same way they used to. You may not have had any kind of vision problems in your life, and suddenly find yourself holding your morning newspaper at arm’s length just to make out the words in the Op-Ed that day. If you can relate, know that this is a very common problem, and that it is easily fixable. It is likely you have an eye condition called presbyopia, a condition that our experts in reading glasses in Alexandria see in the patients that visit us at Brahm & Powell Opticians quite often. Presbyopia is a weakening of the lens of the eye over time, which inhibits its ability to focus properly. It happens gradually, so the vision difficulties you are experiencing could have been years in the making. If you think you might have presbyopia, you should schedule an appointment with the eye experts here at Brahm & Powell Opticians. We can confirm a diagnosis of presbyopia after a basic eye examination here at our office, and it can easily be treated with some of our high quality reading glasses in Alexandria. If you already have a vision condition that requires glasses, you may be interested in bifocal or multifocal lenses, or in corrective eye surgery. These are all options that our eye care experts can discuss with you during your next visit with us.

If you are looking to learn more about our reading glasses in Alexandria, or any of the other wonderful eye care products and services available to you here at Brahm & Powell Opticians, we encourage you to visit our main website to browse through some additional information. If you have any specific questions or concerns that you would like cleared up, the friendly team of staff at our office is ready and waiting to help you. Feel free to reach out to us either by phone or online. You might also choose to stop in and visit us in person during our regular hours of operation.

Eyeglass Prescriptions Alexandria
113 N Washington Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
703-596-0200