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Soflens Multifocal - 6 lenses

Soflens Multifocal - 6 lenses

  • Multifocal contact lens

  • Water content: 38%

  • Oxygen permeability: 8.4Dk/t

  • Lens diameter: 14.5mm

  • Base curve: 8.5, 8.8mm

  • Two additions for near and far focus

  • Sphere: +4.00D to -10.00D in grades of 0.25D (0.5D from -6D)

  • Add: Low (+0.75D to +1,50D), High (+1,75D to +2,50D)

  • Content: 6 monthly lenses for daily wear

Availability: In stock

Price per pack: USD92.30
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


Multi-focal soft contact lenses made from polymacon

SofLens Multi-Focal is the alternative to varifocal glasses!

The special architecture of SofLens Multi-Focal soft contact lenses allows them to correct both shortsightedness (myopia) and presbyopia at the same time. The concentric ring design makes it possible for the wearer to enjoy sharp vision over both near and far distances. Blurred areas that are often experienced when wearing varifocal glasses simply do not exist with SofLens Multi-Focal contact lenses. Furthermore, distortions in the field of vision are avoided with SofLens Multi-Focal monthly lenses.

SofLens Multi-Focal lenses are also distinguished by their low water content, which helps to care for dry eyes. This makes the lenses a reliable companion, even in extreme conditions. The low density of the material means that, despite the low water content, the retina is always supplied with sufficient oxygen.


What is Presbyopia?

Presbyopia is caused by an age-related process. 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 mostly occurs beginning at around age 40-45, when people experience blurred near vision when reading or working at the computer or other electronic devices such as tablet and mobile phone.

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 hav 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.