Biofinity Multifocal 6 pack contacts combine proven lens design technologies to deliver excellent performance and comfort. They employ Balanced Progressive Technology to allow you to see clearly at all distances and Aquacomfort technology for lasting hydration and comfort.
Biofinity Multifocal 6 pack lenses are monthly disposables, also approved for extended wear. They are manufactured by CooperVision and prescribed for presbyopia – an age-related vision error that affects the eye’s ability to focus correctly, leading to blurred vision, headaches, and eyestrain.
These contacts are made of Comfilcon A, a silicone hydrogel material with natural wettability that keeps the eye moist and comfortable. They also feature a visibility tint for easy handling and are packaged as six soft contacts in buffered saline.
Biofinity multifocal contact lenses 6 pack have a smooth, rounded edge design that minimizes interaction with the eyelids for improved comfort. They also have high oxygen permeability, keeping the eyes clear, white, and healthy throughout the month. Shop now at WebEyeCare’s Biofinity multifocal 6 pack stores.
Biofinity multifocal 6 pack contact lenses have a monthly replacement schedule. You can wear them daily for 30 days before replacing them with a fresh pair. Your contacts should be stored nightly in the recommended solution and cleaned before each use.
Biofinity multifocal contact lenses 6 pack are also approved for extended wear; you can wear them continuously for seven days and six nights with the approval of an eye care professional.
Biofinity multifocal 6 pack offer superior performance and comfort with the following features:
Balanced Progressive Technology delivers excellent vision at far, near, and intermediate distances using two optical designs (D and N) that enhance vision by using the natural processing power of the visual cortex. For people with presbyopia, this design creates multiple zones of vision correction tailored to their prescription.
Aquaform technology keeps the eyes moist by attracting and binding water molecules throughout the lens. It creates a lens material that holds water within, keeping it wet, soft, and resistant to dehydration or protein deposits. This process leads to a naturally hydrating lens that provides lasting comfort. Aquaform technology also optimizes oxygen transmission, keeping the eyes clear, white, and healthy throughout the month.
Biofinity Multifocal 6 pack contact lenses are ideal for people who wish to correct presbyopia without bulky reading glasses or bifocal lenses. Their advanced features also make them suitable for multifocal lens users who want to switch to a brand that offers improved comfort and performance.
Biofinity Multifocal 6 pack contacts are also approved for overnight wear and are a great option for professionals with unpredictable schedules like military personnel and paramedics.
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You can wear Biofinity multifocal daily for 30 days before replacing them with a fresh pair. They must be stored nightly in an approved solution and cleaned before each use. You can also wear Biofinity multifocal contacts continuously for six nights and seven days.
Yes. Biofinity multifocal contacts are monthly disposable lenses that you can wear daily for 30 days. They are also approved for extended wear and can be worn continuously for seven days and six nights before replacement.
Yes. Biofinity multifocal contacts are approved for overnight wear. You can sleep in them for six nights without taking them off under the supervision of your eye doctor. Your doctor will determine that your eyes can tolerate wearing contacts for long periods before approving overnight. Wearing these contacts longer than the recommended time can put your eyes at risk of severe infections from bacteria and eye deposits.
Biofinity multifocal contacts provide clear vision at multiple distances by combining two lenses of different optical powers. A center-distance lens, which transitions through an aspheric intermediate to an outer near zone, is placed on the dominant eye.
The other lens is a center-near lens that transitions through an aspheric intermediate zone and is placed on the non-dominant eye. The summation of the two lens powers provides clear vision at multiple distances.
The letters D and N on contacts stand for dominant and non-dominant, respectively, and they are used to simplify the lens-fitting process for doctors. The combination of D and N lenses enables the eyes to focus, thus improving vision for people with presbyopia.