Pure Vision Multifocal
Contact Lenses by Bausch and Lomb
The name presbyopia comes from the Greek
word presbus, meaning old man. In young people, the lens is
soft and flexible, and readily changes shape to focus. Over time
there is a gradual hardening of the material making up the lens; as
a result, its ability to focus decreases steadily.
- Exceptional vision
- All day comfort
- Easy handling
- Easy adaptation
People with presbyopia often believe
they have become farsighted; while they can read street signs and
watch movies comfortably, they are unable to bring small print, such
as the telephone book, or close work, such as embroidery, into
focus. In fact, whereas farsightedness is caused by a misshapen eye,
presbyopia is simply the result of the lens becoming less flexible.
If you thought presbyopia and the
loss of your reading vision meant the end of contact lenses, think
Multi-Focal Contact Lenses
available in PureVision high oxygen transmission lenses that can be
used for up to 30 day continuous wear.
Bausch & Lomb
PureVision® Multi-Focal contact lenses feature an innovative
optical design allowing you to see clearly at all distances –
near, far, and everywhere in-between.
The PureVision brand is also the first family of silicone
hydrogel lenses made of AerGel™, a unique material designed to
deliver extraordinary comfort and health.
Overnight Wear Multi - Focal contact
Thanks to a unique rounded edge design,
PureVision lenses fit comfortably in your eyes all day, and well
into the night. Plus, unlike most contact lenses, PureVision lenses
are for daily wear and are FDA-approved for up to 30 days of
continuous wear*. Which means, regardless of your wearing schedule,
you can be sure your PureVision lenses will be comfortable and your
eyes will be healthy.
And Lomb Purevision Multifocals