Multifocal lenses are designed to correct both near and distant vision, which can help reduce the need for reading glasses. They can also help improve depth perception and reduce eye fatigue.
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What is the add on multifocal contacts?
The add on multifocal contacts are designed to help people who need assistance with their vision. These contacts can be worn over your regular contacts or glasses. They can help you see better at different distances.
What is dominant in multifocal lenses?
Multifocal lenses have two or more “focal points,” or “powers,” which allow the wearer to see clearly at different distances. The most common type of multifocal lens is the bifocal, which has two focal points—one for distance vision and one for near vision. There are also trifocals, which have three focal points, and progressive lenses, which have a gradual transition between distance and near vision.
Why can’t I read with my multifocal contact lenses?
There are a couple of reasons why you might not be able to read with your multifocal contact lenses. First, it may take some time to get used to them. It can take a week or two to adjust to the different vision zones in the lenses.
Second, the reading portion of the lens may not be positioned correctly over your eye. This can happen if the lenses are not fitted properly.
If you are having trouble adjusting to your multifocal lenses, or if the reading portion is not positioned correctly, talk to your eye care provider. They can help you make the necessary adjustments.
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