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Air Optix Aqua Multifocal - 6 lenses

Air Optix Aqua Multifocal - 6 lenses

  • Multi-focal

  • 33% Water content

  • Base Curve: 8.60

  • 14.2mm Lens diameter

  • Clear vision at all distances, near through far

  • Smooth transition between a wide ranges of distances

  • Content: 6 monthly contact lenses

Availability: In stock

Price per pack: USD116.80
Prescription: Left Right
Power means the medical prescription power you require. Please enter 0.00 if you don't need vision correction.
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Bifocal lenses have an additional measurement called an ‘add power’ that assists in bringing near vision into focus. This will be identified by either a + (positive) number or marked High, Medium or Low, varying by brand.
The shape of the back surface of the lens, which determines how the lens fits. It is usually an 8.x or 9.x number

At the age of 40, the human eye doesn’t have the strength to focus on near objects compared to younger age. This condition cannot be prevented but it can be corrected with the help of Air Optix Multifocal that allow a range of prescription powers of uninterrupted vision to blend across the lens to see clearly at any distance. It helps to clear visionand allows the natural function of your eyes.Suddenly small print is clear again and the lens wearer can enjoy a smooth transition from close-up to distant vision.


Who requires multifocal contact lenses and what is Presbyopia?

Multifocal contact lenses help in the correction of Presbyopia. At the age of 40-45, people experience blurred near vision when reading or working at the computer or other electronic devices such as tablet and mobile phone. This differs from astigmatism, nearsightedness and farsightedness, which are related to the shape of the eye and are caused by genetic and sometimes environmental factors.

Presbyopia generally is believed to be caused by the gradual thickening and loss of flexibility of the natural lens inside the eye. These age-related changes occur within the proteins in the lens, causing the lens harder and less elastic over time. Age-related weakening also takes place in the muscle fibers surrounding the lens.

Over 1 billion people worldwide are believed to have presbyopia so don't worry, you are not the only one!

Is There A Difference In Multi-Focal And Bi-Focal Lenses? 

No, both describe a very similar product and are related to the product naming of each contact lens brand. This is a type of lens that allows two or more prescriptions to help people see in terms of distance especially as they age.