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What are multifocal contact lenses?
Multifocal contact lenses are for those with multiple prescriptions to allow them to wear contact lenses. You can also have multifocal contact lenses that can have corrective options for astigmatism. Multifocal contact lenses allow you to see both near and far, just the same as glasses with prescription powers.
How do multifocal contact lenses work?
A multifocal lens contains different lens powers as prescribed by an eye doctor. When wearing contact lenses, you will be able to see both very close objects and longer focus objects as per your prescriptions. For those with a refractive error, multifocal contact lens designs can assist.
Tips for contact lens wearers
For those wearing contact lenses and multifocal lenses, there are a few basic tips to follow:
- Relax when putting in your multifocal contacts
- Follow the directions as your multifocal contact lens describes and dispose of your multifocal lenses as directed
- Keep your lens for vision correction clean or dispose of them if they are daily wear lenses
- Replace your concentric multifocal contacts as needed and visit your doctors to get new lens powers prescribed
Multifocal vs bifocal contact lenses
The different lens powers between bifocal contact lenses and multifocal contact lenses are that bifocal lenses are only for two distances (near and far) and multifocal lenses can see everywhere in-between.
With varying distances from distant objects to close objects, a multifocal contact lens contains various viewing distances. For your target vision it will depend on your prescription from your doctors.
What types of multifocal contact lenses are there?
If you want to explore multifocal contacts, there are two main types that you need to know about. The two types are concentric circles and blended designs.
Concentric circles are the most common contact lenses and are used for a wide range of visual acuity. However, the blended designs of contacts have both the near power and far power located in the centre of your eye for better visual acuity and natural viewing distances.
Pros and cons of multifocal contact lenses
Pros: Multifocal contact lenses will have better peripheral vision prescription areas when compared to glasses.
Cons: There is an adjustment period when wearing contact lenses when you are accustomed to reading glasses.