Dailies AquaComfort Plus Multifocal 90 Pack contacts offer crisp, clear vision using Alcon’s innovative Prescription Profile Design. They also feature Blink Activated Moisture technology which provides all-day refreshing comfort with each blink.
Alcon Dailies Multifocal 90 Pack blends multiple prescription powers to provide sharp vision for people with presbyopia – an age-related vision error that makes reading difficult and close objects appear blurred. They are daily disposable contact lenses designed to provide comfort and hydration for up to 16 hours.
These contacts are made from hydrogel material with high water content for lasting hydration and oxygen permeability for white, healthy eyes. Dailies Multifocal 90 Pack contacts are meant for people who want an alternative to bifocals or thick reading glasses. Find the best price for Dailies AquaComfort Plus on WebEyeCare.
Dailies AquaComfort Plus Multifocal contacts have a daily replacement schedule. They require no cleaning or maintenance, and you must discard and replace them with a fresh pair after each use. Wearing AquaComfort Plus Multifocal 90 Pack contact more than once can lead to the buildup of bacteria and eye deposits, putting you at risk of partial or complete vision loss.
Dailies AquaComfort Multifocal feature the following features for performance and comfort:
Blink Activated Moisture Technology offers exceptional wettability and superior tear film stability with each blink. It works by mimicking the constant renewal of the mucin layer of the eye’s tear film system by releasing the wetting agent Polyvinyl Alcohol (PVA) throughout the day, providing refreshing bursts of comfort every time you blink.
AquaComfort Plus Daily Multifocal Precision Profile Design delivers clear vision and smooth, uninterrupted transitions from near, intermediate, and far vision. This technology features an aspheric surface for enhanced image quality and contrast, a center-near design for lens centration and fit, and an adaptive minus design to minimize visual aberrations.
Dailies Aqua Comfort Multifocal contacts are made of Nelfilcon A, a non-ionic soft hydrogel material with a high water content of 69%. The high water content allows the free flow of oxygen into the eyes, keeping them white and healthy. It also ensures that the eyes stay hydrated even after a full day’s wear.
Nelfilcon A delivers remarkable moisture retention for increased comfortable wearing time and ocular comfort compared to other daily disposable lens materials. It also has a higher resistance to protein deposit formation than other lens material types, so you are less likely to have an eye infection from wearing AquaComfort Plus Multifocal contacts.
Dailies Multifocal 90 Pack contacts come packaged as 90 sterile, daily-wear soft contact lenses immersed in buffered saline containing PEG and HPMC.
Dailies Aqua Comfort Plus 30 Pack contacts best fit people who want to correct their presbyopia without thick reading glasses or bifocal lenses. As single-use daily disposables, they are also perfect for people who don’t want to worry about cleaning their contacts.
Alcon AquaComfort Plus Dailies Multifocal contacts’ long-lasting hydration makes them suitable for people who work in challenging environments or spend a lot of time in front of digital screens. They also have a visibility tint for easy spotting and handling, so they are also an excellent option for people who move around frequently.
Yes. Daily contacts come in multifocal for correcting presbyopia and providing clear up close, far, and intermediate vision.
Yes. There are multifocal contact lenses designed to accommodate multiple prescriptions on a single lens so that the wearer can focus on objects up close, far away, and everywhere in between.
You may experience eye dryness, redness, and irritation if you accidentally slept with your contacts in. Blink frequently and take out your contacts immediately when you wake up. Lubricate your eyes with wetting drops if they are too dry and you cannot take your contacts out safely. Give your eyes a few days to recover before wearing contacts again.
Your eyes may take between four to six weeks to adjust to new multifocal contacts. Multifocal contact lenses have multiple viewing areas, and the eyes will naturally look through the correct part with time.
If you cannot see distance with multifocal contacts, it is probably a fitting problem, and your eye care professional will have to lower the add in the contacts prescription or prescribe single-vision distance in one eye.