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Multifocal Contact Lenses

 

As you age, the lenses of your eyes become less flexible. That’s called presbyopia, and it makes it more difficult to focus on things up close, like reading a menu or texting. Multifocal lenses can help. 

Two Ways To Get Multifocal Contact Lenses

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Try Before You Commit 

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Get A Prescription From 
An Eye Doctor Near You

*Eye exam may be required before lens trial. Professional fees may apply. Offer available at participating offices.

Do you have presbyopia? Ask yourself these three simple questions.

 

  • Are you wearing reading glasses while taking this quiz? (or do you usually wear readers)
  • Does larger than normal font size making reading more comfortable? 
  • Do you hold your phone far away while reading it or have a “trombone” arm?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may have presbyopia.

See Near And Far

 

Alcon multifocal contact lenses can help you see clearly near and far without the hassle of readers. 

“Multifocal Dailies Total1 Water Gradient Contact Lenses

Multifocal Contact Lenses

DAILIES TOTAL1®  MULTIFOCAL contact lenses
DAILIES TOTAL1®  MULTIFOCAL contact lenses

DAILIES TOTAL1®

 MULTIFOCAL

 

The world's only multifocal water gradient lenses that provide a cushion of moisture so it feels like you're wearing nothing at all.

DAILIES®  AQUACOMFORT PLUS® MULTIFOCAL contact lenses
DAILIES®  AQUACOMFORT PLUS® MULTIFOCAL contact lenses

DAILIES®  AQUACOMFORT

PLUS® MULTIFOCAL

 

Get all-day comfort with clear vision up close, far-away and everywhere in between.

AIR OPTIX® PLUS HYDRAGLYDE® MULTIFOCAL contact lenses
AIR OPTIX® PLUS HYDRAGLYDE® MULTIFOCAL contact lenses

AIR OPTIX® PLUS

HYDRAGLYDE®  MULTIFOCAL

 

See clearly at all distances,
near and far, in a comfortable
monthly replacement contact lens.

Quick Product Comparison of Multifocal Lenses

Frequently Asked Questions

    As you age, the lenses of your eyes become less flexible. That’s called presbyopia, and it makes it more difficult to focus on things up close, like reading a menu or texting.

    Alcon multifocal contacts are aspheric. That means that near power is in the center of the lens, and gradually transitions to the intermediate and distance powers as it moves forward.

    Multifocal lenses let you see clearly near, far and in-between, so typically there's no need for glasses or readers while you're wearing them.

    No, our multifocal lenses are not weighted, so they are about the same thickness as regular contact lenses.

    We do not offer a toric multifocal lens yet, but at Alcon we are always thinking of our lens-wearers’ needs.

    While it might take some time to get used to your new multifocal contact lenses, most people adjust successfully.

    All of our multifocal lenses offer prescriptions from +6.00D to -10.00D in .25D steps.

    You can enjoy the benefits of Alcon multifocal contacts for less than the cost of a cup of coffee a day.

    You can find Alcon multifocal contact lenses at select eye doctors across the country. To find a location near you, click here. You can also find Alcon multifocal contact lenses at most major retailers that have an eye center, as well as some online retailers.

    Ask your eye doctor if they have experience fitting Alcon multifocal contact lenses. Or use our doctor
     finder to locate an experienced eye doctor near you.

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