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Proclear EP contacts (formerly known as Biomedics EP) are multifocal contact lenses designed for those who are at their early stage of presbyopia. Their unique optical design helps you see clearly near, far, and all points in between using the comfort and convenience of soft contact lenses. You may wear these daily wear lenses if you have astigmatism of 2.00D or less.
The patented PC Technology™, which attracts water and keeps lenses moist, has made Proclear EP contacts (Biomedics EP) comfortable lenses all day long. The technology may also reduce the risk of eye dryness when you’re wearing contacts. So, if you’re just beginning to have difficulty reading small print and seeing objects up close this design will suit your vision needs.
Features and Benefits
- Exceptional vision at all distance
- All day comfort
- Patented PC technology
- Flexible wear schedules
- Lens Material: Omafilcon A
- Water Content: 60%
- Base Curves: 8.70mm
- Chord Diameter: 14.4mm
- Cilynder Powers: +4.00D to -6.00D (0.25D steps),
- Add power: +1.00D
- Center Thickness: 0.15 to 0.35mm dependent on power
- Wearing schedule: daily wear
Wearing and Replacement Schedules
Wearing schedule: Daily
Replacement schedule: Monthly
Who Needs Proclear EP Contacts
CooperVision has made it clear to consumers as to why they change the brand name from Biomedics EP to Proclear EP. Presbyopia is an eye condition that progresses with age. These contacts are designed for early presbyopia. As your condition progresses it is easier for you to transition into Proclear Multifocal rather than into Biomedics or other brands.
Most of the wearers have reported that they are used to wear contacts but give up on them when they are finding it difficult see up-close. However, users who didn’t want to give up on contacts, or refused to go with bifocal glasses, did go to their eye doctor for a multifocal contact lens fitting. Now these people can not only see far away but can read a book as well as clearly see objects in between.