Air Optix Plus HydraGlyde Multifocal contacts are monthly disposable lenses that deliver clear vision at near, far, and intermediate distances. They are prescribed for presbyopia – age-related loss of eye muscle flexibility that makes nearby objects appear blurry. You can wear Air Optix HydraGlyde multifocal prescription contacts daily for 30 days and continuously for up to six nights and seven days before discarding and replacing them with a fresh pair.
Air Optix Multifocal contacts employ Alcon’s unique Precision-Profile design, which allows a range of prescription strengths to blend across the lens. This design also works with the eye’s natural function so that you can see clearly at all distances.
Air Optix Multifocal contact lenses combine two of Alcon’s innovative technologies for comfort – SmartShield technology, which retains moisture and protects the eye from irritating deposits, and HydraGlyde Moisture Matrix, which attracts and maintains moisture on the eyes throughout the day.
Air Optix multifocal with HydraGlyde contacts are made from Lotrafilcon B, a silicone hydrogel material that allows high oxygen flow, keeping the eyes clear, white, and healthy. Visit WebEyeCare to buy Air Optix HydraGlyde multifocal contacts online.
Air Optix Plus HydraGlyde multifocal contacts are monthly disposables and can be worn daily for 30 days before replacing them with a fresh pair. They are also approved for extended wear, and you can wear them continuously for seven days and six nights.
Extended wear contacts are not for everyone. People with sensitive eyes may experience irritation from wearing contacts for long periods. You may need to work with your eye care professional to devise a healthy wearing schedule. Using extended wear contacts longer than necessary may put your eyes at risk of infections, corneal ulcers, and vision loss.
Air Optix HydraGlyde multifocal contacts offer excellent vision and superior comfort with the following features.
Precision-Profile design is an innovative feature that allows a range of prescription strengths to blend across the lens. It combines three lens features; a bi-aspheric surface, an adaptive minus power profile, and a center-near design, to deliver clear vision and smooth uninterrupted transitions across near, intermediate, and far distances.
SmartShield is Alcon’s proprietary contact lens technology that prevents deposit buildup by covering the outer surface of the lens with a protective layer. This technology creates a surface that allows tears to spread evenly over the lens, promoting moisture retention and shielding the eyes against deposits. SmartShield technology also protects the lens against changes that could arise from the daily use of cosmetics and beauty products.
HydraGlyde Moisture Matrix is a proprietary wetting technology that attracts and retains moisture in soft contact lenses, especially silicone hydrogel lenses. This technology involves a block copolymer that embeds itself on and within the lens surface, surrounding the lens with a lasting moisture envelope that ensures all-day hydration.
Air Optix Multifocal HydraGlyde contacts are fit for individuals with presbyopia who want to get rid of bifocal lenses or bulky reading glasses. Their high oxygen permeability and excellent moisture retention suit individuals with dry, sensitive eyes.
Since Air Optix multifocal contacts are approved for extended wear, they are also fit for people who sleep off when reading or are likely to fall asleep in their contacts.
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You can wear Air Optix HydraGlyde multifocal contacts daily for 30 days and continuously for up to seven days or six nights.
Yes. Air Optix Plus HydraGlyde multifocal contacts are approved for overnight wear, and you can sleep in them for up to six consecutive nights. However, not everyone can tolerate wearing contact lenses for that long, so you need to seek the advice of your eye care professional before using extended wear contacts.