Needing Bifocals Doesn't Have To Mean
CooperVision's multifocal contacts provide glasses-free, all-distance vision
Have you recently found that seeing up close isn't as easy as it used to be? Are you frustrated with bifocal eyeglasses or reading glasses? Have you been unsuccessful with multifocal contact lenses in the past?
If you answered "yes" to any of these, you'll be interested in multifocal contact lenses by CooperVision made for people like you, who are experiencing a common vision condition called presbyopia. These products feature an advanced design and exemplify how the right multifocal contacts can provide:
- Great vision at varying distances (even if you have astigmatism)
- All-day comfort
- Freedom from inconvenient "readers" or bifocal glasses
What Makes CooperVision's Multifocal Lenses Different?
Poor vision and discomfort are common reasons for dissatisfaction with multifocal contacts. CooperVision has addressed these issues with an innovative design called Balanced Progressive Technology and by using a unique lens material with a proven track record of providing all-day comfort (more on this below).
In addition, the family of CooperVision multifocal lenses includes one design that's specifically for people who are just beginning to have difficulty reading small type and seeing objects up close. It's the first and only contact lens of its kind.
Proclear Multifocal Toric
The first monthly replacement contact lens designed to address both astigmatism and presbyopia.
CooperVision's multifocal contacts offer you a new level of vision quality thanks to Balanced Progressive Technology. This advanced lens design contains multiple zones of vision correction in both lenses, allowing you to see clearly up close, at middle distances like using a computer and far away.
As Comfortable As They Are Advanced
CooperVision's Proclear® family of multifocal contacts features the company's unique PC Hydrogel™ lens material, offering you exceptional comfort in addition to great vision.
- PC Technology™ creates a unique lens material containing phosphorylcholine (PC) molecules, found naturally in cells throughout your body.
- These PC molecules bind with water molecules to create a "shield" of water around the lens, helping to keep them healthy, moist, and comfortable even after 12 hours of wear.*
Only Proclear lenses are cleared by the FDA for this claim: "May provide improved comfort for contact lens wearers who experience mild discomfort or symptoms relating to dryness during lens wear."
CooperVision Has A Multifocal Contact Lens For You
Since CooperVision offers the widest multifocal range of any contact lens manufacturer, there's sure to be one that's right for you, even if you have astigmatism.
If you're tired of wearing reading glasses, or if you've tried other multifocal lenses and were disappointed with the results, make sure you ask your eye care professional about CooperVision multifocal contacts today.
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