Bifocal Contact Lenses for Special Eye Needs

Bifocal contact lenses are lenses used to correct a vision problem called presbyopia, which is also known as accommodative insufficiency. People with this vision problem often have to look at reading materials at a farther distance than normal, and thus, they need corrective tools such as reading glasses. But for those who don’t like this particular option, there are bifocal contact lenses that can offer you freedom from reading glasses as well as effective correction of your vision problem.

Price Ranges
$24.99 to $36.99 Acuvue Bifocal
$42.32 to $40.00 Acuvue Oasys For Presbyopia
$59.30 to $77.99 Air Optix Aqua Multifocal
$23.91 to $34.99 Focus Dailies Progressives 30PK
$26.90 to $40.99 Focus Dailies Progressives 90PK
$40.76 to $49.99 Focus Progressive
$20.33 to $29.99 Hydrocurve II Bifocal
$41.05 to $57.99 Proclear Multifocal Contact Lenses
$120.85 to $133.95 Proclear Multifocal XR
$32.74 to $59.99 PureVision Multi-focal
$27.99 to $44.99 Soflens Multi-focal

A bifocal lens is one type of multifocal lens. Multifocal contact lenses are special kinds of lenses that provide what is termed as “simultaneous vision,” which means both near and far vision corrections, though they work in different ways, which will be discussed later on. This basically means the lenses have two different prescriptions in the same pair of lens. These lenses are designed in a more complex manner to correct the effects of presbyopia. But to give you more options, bifocal lenses now come in many forms. You can use both soft bifocal contact lenses as well as rigid gas permeable or GP bifocal contact lenses. And if you want to have clear and fresh lenses every time, you can opt for the disposable bifocal contact lenses, which you can throw away after using for a given period of time depending on the kind of disposable lens you buy. There are disposable lenses that you can use for just a day before throwing them out, while there are also some that you can use for a week or for a month. The main benefit of using these lenses is that you can wear a fresh new pair every time to make sure your eyes get the cleanest lenses and the clearest vision.

Bifocal contact lenses come in different designs and also work in different ways. There are lenses that provide “alternating vision,” which enables your pupil to alternate between two different vision powers. You can also use lenses that offer simultaneous vision, as mentioned earlier, which allow you to look at both far and near distances at the same time. Simultaneous vision bifocal lenses come in two different designs, namely the concentric ring design and the aspheric design. There are also bifocal toric lenses that offer vision correction for both presbyopia and astigmatism.

If you are looking for bifocal lenses, you have many lenses of different brands to choose from. The most popular bifocal lenses are Frequency 55, PureVision, and SofLens multifocal lenses, both of which come in packs of six lenses. You can also try the Focus Dailies Progressives, which are disposable lenses.


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Acuvue Bifocal
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Acuvue Oasys For Presbyopia
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Air Optix Aqua Multifocal
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Focus Dailies Progressives 30PK
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Focus Progressive
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Hydrocurve II Bifocal
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Proclear Multifocal Contact Lenses
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Proclear Multifocal XR
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PureVision Multi-focal
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Soflens Multi-focal
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