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Bifocals – the simple solution to near-sight and far-sight problems.

Bifocal contacts are a new alternative to bifocal glasses

 

 

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Bifocals are a solution for people whose eyes are unable to focus on near objects. Do you read a newspaper and have to hold it an arm's length from your face, otherwise letters dance and blur? Scientifically this condition is called presbyopia and it usually develops after the age of 40. Bifocal contacts can help with this problem.

Previously, bifocal glasses were the only solution for presbyopia. However, with the recent advances in contact lens technology, bifocal contact lenses became widely available. So if you think that glasses don't look good on you, you are in luck.

What types of bifocal contacts are available?

bifocalsThere are three major types of bifocal contact lens design:

  • Alternating design is an older one and is similar to bifocal glasses. Half of the lens has distant powers while the other half is designed for near-sight correction.

  • Simultaneous vision design tries to blend the powers, and both the distant and near-sight prescriptions fit within your pupil area. Your eyes adapt and learn to interpret the correct power choice depending on how close or how far you're looking.

  • Concentric design, where the middle of the lens works on your near vision, while the outer part is for distant vision correction, or vice versa.

Bifocal contact lenses that work best

The most successful and popular bifocal contact lens is Acuvue Bifocal. It is a new generation concentric design. It works very well because the lens has five invisible concentric zones, which allow you to see clearly at varying distances. So you don't have to think about which part of the lens to use — you simply put on your contacts and go. Acuvue Bifocal is a 1–2 week disposable contact lens.

Bifocals have some adjustment period, which varies from person to person. Some people feel fine wearing their contacts immediately, while others need a few days.

Monovision contacts are an alternative to bifocal contact lenses.

In rare cases when a person can't adjust to bifocal contacts, monovision lenses can provide a solution. Monovision contacts technically aren't bifocal. You simple wear a distant prescription lens in one eye (usually the stronger, dominant eye) and a near-sight correction lens in the other. Many people find this solution convenient. Also, since each lens has only one power, your doctor can prescribe any of the currently available contacts for monovision, including all of the disposable and color varieties.

Many people report that bifocal contact lenses work for them much better than bifocal glasses. Often eye doctors offer a free trial for bifocal contact lenses, so you can decide which design works best for you. And when it comes to buying your contacts, you will find that ordering them online is the best and cheapest option.

Where to buy your bifocal contacts?

After an eye care professional fits you with bifocal lenses, make sure that you get a copy of your prescription. That way, you order your lenses online instead of buying them from your doctor, and you can save 40–70% of their cost.

We have researched over 100 online retailers of contact lens and present you with reviews of the most reputable and reliable ones. Review of bifocal contact lens retailers.

CoastalContacts.com is a well-known online contact lens and glasses retailer. They carry a big selection of contact lenses at the lowest prices. You can get all brandname lenses prescribed by your doctor 40 - 70% cheaper than from the doctor’s office. Free shipping is available. Ships worldwide.

AClens - save 70% on Contact Lenses(highly recommended)

AClens has been selling contacts and other optical goods online since 1996. They are a trusted and established company. The website is well organised, so you can find your lenses in seconds. Prices are very low.
1800Contacts is the largest retailer of mail order contact lenses. They have a good selection of bifocal contact lenses and the prices are low. Free shipping. Ships worldwide.

 

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