Bifocal Contacts

Bifocal contact lenses are worn by patients suffering from presbyopia, a condition that occurs around the age of forty and is usually signaled by the inability to read print that is too close, such as a menu or book.  Patients suffering from presbyopia find themselves holding reading materials at arms length to focus on them. Presbyopia is believed to be caused by the continuing loss of flexi...
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Varilux Introduces New Progressive Lens for Bifocal Wearers

As we age, we eventually lose our ability to focus on near objects.  This loss of focusing ability - called presbyopia - usually becomes apparent when we reach our mid-forties.  If you already wear eyeglasses when presbyopia occurs, your eye doctor will prescribe multifocal lenses to correct your vision.  Multifocal lenses have different powers in different parts of the lens to enab...
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