Myth: Only eyeglasses can correct Presbyopia
Fact: It is well-known that progressive spectacle lenses help you to see clearly, but did you know that presbyopes now have multifocal contact lenses that allow excellent vision at all distances?
Contact lenses are great for those who do not like the feeling of wearing eyeglasses, do not like the look of eyeglasses, or those who lead a more active lifestyle.
The NaturalVue® Multifocal 1 Day Contact Lenses are a great option to correct Presbyopia, as these lenses offer excellent vision at all distances1 – at near (reading your phone), intermediate (computer distance), and far (trees and road signs) – without using readers.
In a clinical study1, people with presbyopia gave higher ratings to NaturalVue Multifocal for vision in everyday situations vs. their current correction. NaturalVue® Multifocal Contact Lens wearers can perform 92% of daily activities without reading glasses, even in low light.
People prefer NaturalVue™ Multifocal 1 Day contact lenses over some options for better vision1, like reading very small print or using a cell phone:
Why NaturalVue® Multifocal?
- See clearly like spectacles2 with little compromise
- No need for readers – Clear vision near, far, and everywhere in between
- Superior overall vision – 89% found better vision for everyday activities.1
- Daily disposability for a fresh new pair every day
- Added UV protection for your busy outdoor days**
5 pairs free trial of NaturalVue® Multifocal 1 Day Contact Lenses
1. VTI Data on file, 2015. N=59. Data assessed after 1 week of wear. Preference based on those who expressed a preference among brands tested. p<0.05.
2. VTI Data on file, 2015. N=59. Data assessed after 1 week of wear. Of those who expressed a preference of mode of vision, 79% preferred NVMF vs. select tested brands. Attribute ratings based on subjective ratings from patients vs. select brands (100-point scale, 0=extremely poor and 100=extremely good/no problem).
**UV absorbing contact lenses aren’t substitutes for protective UV absorbing eyewear – for example, protective UV absorbing goggles or sunglasses – because they don’t completely cover the eye and surrounding area. Patients should continue to use UV absorbing eyewear as directed. Note: Long term exposure to UV radiation is a part of risk factors associated with cataracts. Exposure is according to a number of factors, for instance, environmental conditions (altitude, geography, cloud cover) and personal factors (extent and nature of outdoor activities). UV absorbing contact lenses help provide protection against harmful UV radiation. However, clinical studies have not been done to demonstrate that wearing UV absorbing contact lenses reduces the risk of developing cataracts or other eye problems.