Ultravue 2000 Multifocal Discontinued

UltraVue 2000 multifocal lenses are daily wear multifocal contacts for for high level presbyopia. These lenses have the same D (dominant eye) and N (non-dominant) add power configuration.

If you have a more advanced presbyopia chances are you need multifocal contact lenses that provide higher level of adds. UltraVue Multifocal lenses offers the feature so you can have a great vision near, far, and everywhere in between at your fifties.

How Do UltraVue Multifocal Contact Lenses Work?

UltraVue Multifocal lenses utilize advanced Balanced Progressive Technology — an optics system that uses two different lenses that work together to provide great vision everywhere you look.

Every lens utilizes a two-lens design system featuring distance and near lenses, which provides excellent binocular vision and stereopsis across a wide range of parameters. One lens corrects your dominant eye with the distance power in the center and the other lens corrects your non-dominant eye with near power in the center.

According to Cooper Vision you may expect the following visual clarity for your eyes:

  • D lens – 20/20 distance; 20/30 near.
  • N lens – 20/30 distance; 20/20 near.

Since this lens system is still a multifocal design in both lenses your depth perception is not compromised like what you experienced with monovision contact lenses. And if you have astigmatism, there are Ultravue 2000T lenses that can answer your vision needs.

Features and Benefits

  • Great vision at every distance
  • Available for those with high levels of presbyopia
  • A unique two-lens system
  • Balanced Progressive Technology

Are UltraVue 2000 Multifocal Contacts for Me?

Are you interested in these lenses? Visit your eye doctor to find out whether these lenses are for you. Be prepared for several visits because it takes some patience to go through the fitting process.

Note: CooperVision no longer manufactures Ultravue 2000 Multifocal (discontinued). Check out Frequency 55 Multifocal or Proclear contact lenses, if you have dry eyes.

 

Ultravue 2000 Multifocal Discontinued was last modified: June 12th, 2013 by Marcelli
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