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Look as natural as ever with Proclear Multifocals
The first thing that you’ll probably think of when you’ve been diagnosed
with presbyopia is, “Oh no, I’m getting old!” Your second thought
will probably be, “There’s no way I’m going to wear bifocals
(or reading glasses)!” It’s a common reaction that when you see people
wearing reading glasses, they automatically seem old. But the reality is, presbyopia
can hit you as early as when you’re in your 40’s. It’s no wonder
that people of this age will be hesitant to start wearing bifocals just to see
Well, guess what. There’s no need to fear presbyopia and bifocals because
you have a better alternative – Proclear Multifocals. Proclear Multifocals
are contact lenses specially designed to correct presbyopia without any telltale
sign that you’re wearing correctional lenses. With presbyopia, you’re
going to have trouble shifting your focus from near to far and will most likely
be recognized as having the inability to read newspapers, magazines or books that
are farther than your arms’ reach. Remember, as you get old, some of the
muscles of the body lose their elasticity and that’s what’s happening
with your eyes.
With Proclear Multifocals, you’ll be able to deal with presbyopia and, at
the same time, be able to see clearly between far and mid-range distances without
having to adjust your eyesight. This is a result of CooperVision’s Balanced
Progressive Technology. In addition, Proclear Multifocals are also made with the
patented PC Technology that attracts and binds water molecules to the lens making
them moist and therefore comfortable throughout the day, even as long as 12 hours.
Moistness is important for contact lenses because it minimizes dehydration. With
no dehydration, there’s no dryness and no redness and irritation. In fact,
the lenses are so moist that they’re the only FDA approved contacts that
can claim, "may provide improved comfort for contact lens wearers who experience
mild discomfort or symptoms relating to dryness during lens wear."