Age doesn’t have to be a barrier to wearing contact lenses. If your prescription is a little more complicated and you wear multifocal (or varifocal) glasses, you can still benefit from the flexibility contact lenses offer.
As we get older our vision changes and you may develop presbyopia, a condition that affects our close-up vision. This can mean you’ll need different types of prescription in one lens. With multifocal contact lenses, we can add different prescriptions so you can easily switch between seeing things close-up and far away. So you won’t need to switch between different glasses (or contact lenses) when reading, driving or playing sports.
Talk to your Optician if you’d like to know more about multifocal lenses.