So you may have presbyopia. We can Help.
There are a lot of ways to deal with your aging eyes, and multifocal contact lenses could be your best bet. Here’s a quick look at your options.
Our favorite option
An Alcon multifocal contact lens like DAILIES TOTAL1® Multifocal can help you see clearly near and far without the hassle of readers:
Our multifocal lenses can help you avoid compensating behaviors like this:
Making the font on your phone really huge can help you see up close. But it can also make it easier for snoopers to see what you wish they wouldn’t.
Presbyopia can make it difficult to see up close in dimly lit places, like restaurants. Using your phone light can make things easier, but it can also distract from a wonderful night out.
Extending your arm can bring things into focus, but may cause you to bump into people in tight places.
OTHER WAYS TO DEAL WITH PRESBYOPIA
Readers are one of the most popular options for those with presbyopia. However, they only help you see up close and can often go missing when you need them.
Bifocal & Trifocal Glasses
These prescription glasses help you see near and far, and near, far and in-between, respectively. No matter how stylish your frames are, you’ll still have visible lines on the lenses.
Progressive Multifocal Glasses
Glasses that let you see near, far and in-between without the horizontal lines on the lenses. But you’ll still have to take them off before doing activities like running on a treadmill.
Corrective Eye Surgery
Refractive surgery and other surgical options can help with presbyopia correction. However, eye doctors will often suggest trying contact lenses first.
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