Proclear 1 Day Multifocal contact lenses are designed to deliver excellent vision from any distance. So whether you need to focus on objects near, intermediate or in the distance, you can see clearly.
With Proclear 1 Day Multifocal contact lenses you can forget your reading glasses, these multi focal lenses have an aspheric "centre-near" design that blends multiple prescriptions, just like multifocal glasses, so you you can aromatically focus close too, and far off, plus the added bonus of seeing clearly in the intermediate distance, which is great for working on your PC.
Proclear 1 Day Multifocal contact lenses are ideal in meeting the challenge of age-related dryness. With PC Technology™ in every Proclear lens, so you can enjoy a comfortable lens-wearing experience.
CooperVisions PC Technology™ is a material that attracts and maintains moisture, which is especially useful in a multifocal contact lens, as presbyopic contact lens wearers often find their eyes can get drier with age.
The lenses also offer natural biocompatibility, meaning they are made to imitate the cells of the human eye, resulting in a more natural visual experience.
One of just a few daily disposable multifocal contact lenses, which is ideal for daily contact lens wearers who do not wish to move to monthly contact lenses or begin wearing reading glasses just because their eyes are showing the signs of aging. With Proclear 1 Day multifocals, you can experience the clear vision and clarity of a multifocal contact lens with the convenience and health benefits of a daily disposable lens.
Proclear 1 Day multifocal contact lenses provide you with the freedom to maintain an active and social lifestyle, and the flexibility to decide whether to wear contact lenses all day, part of the day or reserve them for special occasions.
Yes, Multifocal or varifocal contact lenses can correct presbyopia.
With CooperVision Proclear 1 Day multifocal lenses, you can ditch your reading glasses and still see near, far and in-between without compromising on comfort or vision. They also offer the health and convenience of daily contact lenses, by wearing a new, fresh contact lens every day.
Yes, basically multifocal and varifocal contact lenses are the same thing, they contain multiple prescriptions to prevent the use of reading glasses and are prescribed to correct presbyopia.
Generally contact lenses are referred to as Multifocal, as they use concentric circles of different powered prescriptions to allow you to see, near, far and intermediate, whereas glasses are often referred to as varifocal or even progressives, as they use a gradual transition of prescriptions from top to bottom allowing you to focus in the distance, close to and intermediate, depending on what part of the lens you are looking through.
More than one billion people worldwide have a vision condition called presbyopia. Often beginning around the age of 40, it can begin to affect quality of life – from difficultly focusing on near objects, such as a menu or mobile phone, to challenges seeing in low or dim light.
Multifocal contact lenses are designed for those people who have presbyopia.
If you are aging and you are finding it difficult to focus on close up tasks, or finding it harder to read in dim light then your Optometrist will suggest reading glasses.
Reading glasses may not appeal to you, so whether or not you already wear glasses or contact lenses, multi focal contact lenses give you the option to experience clear vision — near, intermediate, and distant, in dim and bright light — so you can continue to do the things you love without remembering to take your reading glasses with you.
You will need a contact lens fitting and prescription from your Optometrist for multifocal contact lenses.
Wearing Type: Daily Multifocal Contact Lenses
Power Range: +6.00 to -10.00
Base Curve(s): 8.7
ADD: up to 2.50
Lens Material: Omafilcon A
Water Content: 60%
Oxygen Permeability: 28 Dk/t
Handling Tint: Yes
UVA/UVB Protection: No
Quantity per Box: 30 Contact lenses per box