Presbyopia is a condition in which the eye's natural lens loses its ability to focus, making it difficult to see objects up close. As we get older, our eyes’ lenses start losing elasticity, which means they cannot change their shape and focus on different distances as easily as they did when we were younger. The loss of focusing ability is so gradual that it may take a while before we realize we are having trouble seeing up close. This noticeable change in vision is common, unavoidable, and typically occurs around the age of 40.
If you have presbyopia, you should talk to your eye care professional about AIR OPTIX® AQUA Multifocal contact lenses. The Unique Precision Profile™ design of AIR OPTIX® AQUA Multifocal contact lenses works with the natural function of your eyes to provide crisp§, clear vision at a wide range of distances—suddenly small print is clear again and you can enjoy a smooth transition from close-up to faraway vision. The unique ultra-smooth surface technology creates a protective layer of moisture on the lens and resists irritating deposits for consistent comfort that lasts from day 1 to day 30.1
Your eye care professional can determine the contact lens and correction that are best for you. The quick contact lens snapshot below includes all available prescriptions.
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†Eye exam may be required before lens trial. Professional fees for eye exam may apply. One pair of non-corrective AIR OPTIX® COLORS contact lenses for wear in-office only. Offer available at participating offices.
‡One-month trial refers to a recommended replacement schedule of up to 4 weeks as determined by the eye care professional.
§Not everyone can sleep in lenses or wear lenses for a full 30 nights. Ask your eye care professional for complete wear, care, and safety information. Important Safety Information.