I can see clearly now the blur is gone, I can see all obstacles in my way, gone are the blurry days where I felt blind, it’s gonna be a bright, bright sunshinin’ day. This is you if you have had the experience of wearing bifocal contact lenses. If this isn’t you yet, read on to see what they can do for you.
Do you want to:
Stop wearing bifocal glasses?
Eliminate headaches and blurry vision
See clearly at all distances
Treat astigmatism and presbyopia?
Well, bifocal contact lens addresses all the above issues and more. So how do these lenses work? They work very similar to bifocal glasses in that they have two powers in one lens letting you see clearly at all distances and are especially useful in the treatment of astigmatism and presbyopia.
Astigmatism is the inability of the cornea to properly focus images on the retina. This causes different focal points. The result is strain on your eyes such as blurred vision and eye fatigue. Toric contact lenses, a special kind of bifocal contact lens, are used for the treatment of astigmatism.
Presbyopia also known as “old eye” is the inability of the eye to focus on nearby objects. If you have to hold that menu at arms length to read it, you might have presbyopia. This condition is age related usually starting in the 40’s. As we grow older the eye lens naturally looses flexibility. The result again is blurred vision, headaches, eye strain and eye fatigue. This is where bifocal contact lenses come to the rescue. Once you get use to them, they will open up a whole new way of seeing clearly with out glasses.
Want to find out more about bifocal contact lenses and what they can do for you? Visit here to find out about the different types of bifocal contact lenses. Here you will also find info on the different manufacturers and and where you can get bifocal contact lenses at the best prices.
Happy bifocal contact lens hunting.
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