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Ready To Wear Bifocal Contact Lenses

Long years ago, you have to wear two sets of eye glasses, then doctors discovered the lens at the bifocal eye-glasses ,then recently they do the same thing in a bifocal contact lens. The lens is divided into two halves ,one upper and the other is lower and sometimes it can be in concentric circles ,one lens on the interior part and the other is on the outside part. Who need bifocal lenses? People who suffer from Presbyopia that causes trouble focusing on objects which are near and this does........ Read More

Bifocal Contact Lenses - Ready To Wear

Eyeglasses with thick lenses and a line across them were the only option for people with both nearsightedness and farsightedness. Eyeglass frames were heavy and not only that they were to say the least unattractive. Bifocal Contact lenses were difficult to get used to wearing. Going down stairs especially, you need to look either up or down. While getting adjusted to wearing bifocals some people get dizzy. People had only one choice if they wore bifocals, eyeglasses. When contacts hit the marke........ Read More

Bifocal Contact Lenses

For a majority of us, presbyopia is something we have to live with. In definition, presbyopia is the lack of focusing on things in close range. The cause for this, is the lens in our eyes becoming less and less flexible as we grow older. The bad part is, most of us will need some type of corrective lenses, such as contact lenses or glasses and possibly even bifocals at some point in our lives as this condition gets worse. Up until recently, those who wore bifocals had very limited option........ Read More

Bifocal Contact Lenses – Tell Me More

As we get older our eye can suffer from Presbyopia, this can occur when our eyes are unable to focus incoming light due to the loss and flexibility in our eye muscles. The unfortunate result is that trying to read close-up such as reading a book or newspaper or even trying to use computer screens can become blurred. Bifocal contact lenses add an extra layer of near vision correction to the actually lens give you the power to focus and see object’s close-up. There is usually a far-vision layer........ Read More

Bifocal Contact Lenses For Presbyopia

Presbyopia is a vision condition in which they eyes are not able to focus clearly on near objects. It usually begins after the age of about forty when the lenses in the eye start reducing in flexibility. Presbyopia affects around 90 million adults in the USA alone and about one in four patients passing through an optometrist’s door will suffer from it. Symptoms of presbyopia include difficulty in reading, difficulty in seeing in low lighting conditions and, occasionally, headaches. Tradition........ Read More

Bifocal Contact Lenses – What Are They

For year’s people who had both nearsightedness and farsightedness had to suffer with eyeglasses that had thick lenses with a line across them. Not only were the glasses heavy but the frames for glasses in general were to say the least, unattractive. The other problem with the bifocal lenses was adjusting to them. You either have to look up or look down especially going downstairs. People often experience dizziness while adapting to the bifocal lenses. For years people who needed bifocal lense........ Read More

Acuvue Bifocal Contact Lenses May Be The Answer For You.

You may be getting to that age, even though you may not want to admit it, that you can't see the stop sign from 50 feet away anymore. But you also can't see it clearly when you're 5 feet away from it either. Nearsightedness, or the inability to see long distances, is something you may have been born with, this new sight problem you are experiencing is a natural problem brought on by advancing age. Never fear though, because just as your eye doctor had a fix for your first eye disorder, he or........ Read More

Bifocal Contact Lenses - Improving Vision

Thick lenses with a line across them were the only option available to those who had nearsightedness and farsightedness. The frames for glasses in general were heavy and very unattractive. The problem with wearing bifocals was getting used to them. You need to look either up or look down especially going down stairs. Adjusting to wearing bifocals made some people feel dizzy. People had only one choice if they wore bifocals, eyeglasses. When contacts hit the market bifocals still had to be in ey........ Read More


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Dry Eyes Extended Wear Multi-focal Contact Bifocal Lenses
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