Bifocal Contact Lens and Varifocal, Multifocal.

Bifocal Contact Lens are sold under several different names of which just some are bifocal, varifocal, multifocal, progressives and presbyopia lenses.

Bifocal contact lens are supplied by most of the leading contact lens companies of which Bausch and Lomb, Ciba Vision, CooperVision, Johnson and Johnson are the main.



Bifocal Contact Lens and Progressives.


Bifocal contact lenses are sold under various different branding including Purevision Multi-focal, Soflens Multi-Focal, Air Optix Aqua Multifocal, Focus Dailies Progressives, Focus Progressives, Proclear Compatibles Multifocal and Acuvue Bifocal.

Bifocal contact lenses are available as daily replacement, weekly and monthly replacement as well as continuous wear lenses.

With bifocal contacts you can have lenses designed for both near and far viewing in the one lens or lenses designed for both near and far but providing better near or better far depending on your requirements.

Proclear Compatibles Multifocal are bifocal contacts where you can choose a near or distance prescription to get better viewing for either near or distance whilst still being able to wear your contact lenses for all day, everyday use.

Air Optix Aqua Multifocal bifocal lenses from Ciba Vision contain a special moisturising agent on the contact lenses which is perfect for dry eyes, the moisturising solution keeps your eyes comfortable all day long, because some people have dryer eyes than others with these bifocal contact lenses you can choose on your prescription if you want high levels of moisturising agent, medium or low levels.

Many bifocal lenses will have visibility tints to help you insert your lenses when handling them as well as inside out indicators and UV sunlight protection.

Air Optix are bifocals in a soft contact lens that combine the near and far lenses into one lens, so no need for separate lenses, how hard would that be with contact lenses!

With Focus Dailies Progressives you don't even have to clean your lenses, as they are daily replacement lenses, just throw them away and next day insert a new pair, with no cleaning solutions it's the easiest way to use bifocal contact lenses.