Proclear multifocal from CooperVision offers comfort relating to dryness during lens wear and optimum vision quality at every distance. If you experience dry eyes during contact lenses wear, Proclear compatibles multifocal lenses let you enjoy a comfort all day long.
These daily wear, monthly replacement multifocal contacts work by applying Balanced Progressive Technology that uses two different, complementary lenses to provide optimum vision quality at every distance. Made from a biocompatible soft contact lens material, proclear lenses provide increased moisture retention and wearing comfort. The lens material is able to prevent a biological response from tears.
Features and Benefits of Proclear Multifocal
- Great vision everywhere you look
- Better comfort, hour after hour
- Patented PC Technology
- Advanced Balanced Progressive Technology
- Visibility tint to easily see them in the case and on your finger
How Do Proclear Multifocal Contact Lenses Work?
Proclear Multifocal contact lenses focus light from both near and far distances to the back of the eye, creating the clearest possible image. The Balanced Progressive Technology uses two different, but complementary, lenses that work together to provide clear vision near, far, and in between.
The lenses are available in the “D” lens (dominant eye) and the “N” lens (non-dominant eye). The “D” lens has a central distance power zone, an aspheric intermediate zone, and a spherical peripheral zone for near vision. The D lens progressive power increases in add toward the periphery.
The “N” lens design is the other way around. It has central near power zone, an aspheric intermediate zone, and a spherical peripheral zone for distance vision. The resulting optical effect is Balanced Progressive Technology.
Here both of your eyes wear multifocal lenses based on dominant eye and non-dominant eye. This prescription differs from modified monovision, where the dominant eye is corrected with unifocal distance vision and the non-dominant eye is corrected with multifocal near vision.
What is Biocompatible Lens Material?
The human body usually rejects foreign material. Regarding to contact lens, the eye coats it with proteins, lipids and other cells from the surrounding fluids. In a conventional lens material, a lens insertion into the eye results in an accumulation of deposits. The deposits dehydrate water in the lens and then create uncomforted lens wear.
Biocompatible material enables contact lenses to resist dehydration because it can “adapt” in the eye’s environment. As a result the lenses stay moist and comfortable on your eyes.
Proclear lenses incorporate PC (phosphorylcholine), which mimics the eye’s natural cells. The PC molecules attract and surround themselves with water, keeping the lenses moist and comfortable.
“Are Proclear Compatibles Multifocal Contact Lenses for Me?”
Dry eye symptoms are common among presbyopes. Do you feel good when you first put your contacts in but feel dry or scratchy several hours later?
If you experience poor comfort at the end of the day, or experience discomfort during computer use or in climate-controlled environments, then proclear multifocal lenses are for you. Proclear multifocal can also help if you’ve dropped out of contacts because of comfort issues.
Proclear lenses are the only contacts with FDA clearance for the claim: “may provide improved comfort for contact lens wearers who experience mild discomfort or symptoms relating to dryness during lens wear.”
However, proclear multifocal contact lenses aren’t for you if you don’t have dry eye or comfort complaints. They aren’t right for you if you can’t adjust to “Balanced Progressive” vision correction.
If you have astigmatism you may want to try Proclear Multifocal Toric contact lenses.