No need to wave goodbye to contact lenses
Why do I need varifocals?
From around the age of 40, we’ll all start to experience presbyopia, a condition that affects the way we see up-close. So things like reading small print are more difficult, or you find that you need to hold things at arm’s length to see clearly.
As we get older, our vision will go through some changes. It’s inevitable. So when your prescription starts to get a little more complicated, you don’t need to rule yourself out of wearing contact lenses. Varifocal contacts combine all your vision needs into one little lens. So you can see in all situations, without the need for additional glasses. Brilliant for when you want to change up your look, play sports, read a menu, or just rid you of that niggling feeling that you’ve forgotten your reading glasses.
It’s easy to master the art of contact lenses
It’s true it takes a bit of practice to use contact lenses but it doesn’t take long to get the hang of it. If you decide to try contact lenses, we’ll sit down and do a test run with you. We’ll show you how to put them in...
Think your prescription is too weird for contact lenses?
If you normally wear different glasses for different things, like one pair for reading and another for distance, you may have thought that contact lenses weren’t an option. But that’s no problem...
Contact lenses are so comfy it feels like you’re not wearing anything
Over the last few years, lens technology has moved forward at an unbelievable rate. So if you tried contacts before and didn’t get on with them, it may be time to give them...
Multifocal or varifocal contact lenses
If you normally wear bifocal or varifocal glasses, you can also wear contact lenses suited to your vision needs. Multifocal or varifocal contact lenses can help you easily switch between prescriptions, from near, to far, and in-between – without the need for additional glasses. They provide ‘real world’ vision, which is great for days when you don’t want to wear glasses, or they can be worn every day.