Are you over 40? If so, you may want to consider wearing multifocal contact lenses.
You’re probably much more active than your parents were at your age. Biking, jogging, exercising and playing sports are just a few of the activities that today’s 40-somethings routinely enjoy.
So it’s no surprise that many people 40 and older prefer contact lenses over glasses for their active lifestyles.
Once we reach our mid-40s, presbyopia makes it difficult to focus on near objects. Reading glasses used to be the only option available to contact lens wearers who wanted to read a menu or do other everyday tasks that require good near vision.
But today, a number of multifocal contact lens options are available for you to consider. Multifocal contact lenses offer the best of both worlds: no glasses, along with good near and distance vision.
Some contact lenses have a bifocal design with two distinct lens powers — one for your distance vision and one for near. Others have a design somewhat like progressive lenses, with a gradual change in lens power for a natural visual transition from distance to close-up.
Every eye is difficult. And every lifestyle has different needs. Multifocal Contact Lenses could be right for you.