Multifocal lenses are also called progressive lenses as this type of lens consists of different prescriptions within the same pair of contact lenses to assist the wearer to see far and near. For example while driving and watching movies clearly as well as for reading easily.

    Multifocal contact lenses empower you to see near, medium, and far stretches with improved visual sharpness and less multitasking of other devices, for instance wearing contacts and also wearing reading glasses. They are not recommended for everyone, but they can be user friendly for some people who have more than two refractive errors.

    Alcon and CooperVision have been the top notch providers for many years. They have been continuously developing their contact lenses according to the requirements of the wearers. The reason behind the designing the Multifocal lenses is that we can correct our vision to a different distance with a different lens power swiftly and simply.

    By having best research in a variety of methods of visual correction a lot of people can have improved visual clarity in the way that works best for them. If you have enjoyed wearing contact lenses and do not like the weight of poor peripheral vision that comes from glasses, you are likely a suitable candidate for multifocal lenses. If you need various powers because you repeatedly switch between ranges of vision throughout the day, multifocal lenses are an appropriate option.

    Air Optix Aqua Multifocal, Air Optix Plus Hydraglyde Multifocal with high moisture lock and Biofinity Multifocal with balanced Progressive and AquaformTechnology are the best user-oriented Multifocal contact lenses.


    1)What is the reason that I can't see distance with multifocal contacts?
    A)There is a small give and take that sometimes occurs with the physics of bending light here. Multifocals may take away a bit of your distance clarity to allow you to see well up close. Speak to your optometrist.

    2)Can we read with multifocal contacts?
    A) Yes multifocal contacts can serve multiple different prescriptions in a single lens so that the wearer may centre clearly on objects at a broad range of distances, whether they are reading or driving.

    3) How much duration does it take for eyes to adjust to multifocal contacts?
    A) It may take a few weeks for your eyes to adjust.

    4)Can multifocal contact lenses make us dizzy?
    A) Our brain has to fine-tune to various strengths as our eyes move around the lenses. That's why we might feel dizzy. This should only happen initially. If it continues, multifocal lenses are not for you.

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