Multifocal Contact Lenses: See Near, See Far, See Everything!

Have you tried to read the paper and realised your arms are not long enough?

More than one billion people worldwide have a vision condition called presbyopia, a natural part of ageing for everyone. It occurs when the natural lens within the eye becomes less flexible and loses its ability to focus clearly on near objects. Often beginning around the age of 40, it can affect quality of life—from difficultly reading the newspaper or mobile phone to challenges seeing in low or dim light.

As an adult, you’re probably much more active than your parents when they were your age. Most people now have multiple active hobbies such as biking, jogging, exercising and playing sports, so making sure that your vision can keep up with your lifestyle is important.

So it’s no surprise that many adults prefer contact lenses over glasses for their active lifestyles.

Back in the day, if an adult wears contact lenses, they still needed glasses over your contact lens to be able to read a menu or do other near work. But today, a number of multifocal contact lens options are available for you to consider. Multifocal contact lenses offer the best of both worlds: no glasses, along with good near and distance vision.

Read the newspaper and then look at the scenery—free from spectacles!

Some multifocal contact lenses have a bifocal design with two distinct lens powers—one for your distance vision and one for near. Others have a multifocal design somewhat like progressive lenses, with a gradual change in lens power for a natural visual transition from distance to close-up.

Clear Choice® Fresh

Clear Choice® Fresh1 day multifocal lenses allow you to see near, far and in-between without compromising on comfort or vision. There’s also the convenience of a new, fresh contact lens every day.

Excellent Vision at All Distances

Smooth power transitions across the optical centre ensure excellent vision at all distances.

Clear Choice® Fresh 1 day multifocal lenses are designed to deliver excellent vision from any distance. So whether it’s near, intermediate or far objects, you can see clearly.

The lenses are ideal in meeting the challenge of age-related dryness and offer daily disposable as well as multifocal compatibility. They are made from a silicone hydrogel matrix, which combines traditional hydrogel comfort with the advanced silicone molecule to provide plenty of oxygen to the eye at all times.

The lenses also offer natural biocompatibility, meaning they are made to imitate the cells of the human eye, resulting in a more natural visual experience.

Simplicity—Easy To Adapt as Your Prescription Changes

Clear Choice® Fresh 1 day multifocal lenses have made it easy for your practitioner to select the right lens for you. So whether you’re new to contact lenses, new to multifocal contact lenses or an existing multifocal contact lens wearer, they’ve designed the fitting and adaptation process with simplicity in mind. Plus, as your prescription changes, your eye care practitioner can easily adjust it, which means minimal disturbance to your vision, shorter appointments and fewer follow-ups.

 Convenience—A New, Fresh Contact Lens Every Day

With daily disposable lenses, the need for a lens care solution is eliminated. And, because the lenses are replaced each day, they are one of the healthiest modalities available. Clear Choice® Fresh 1 day multifocal lenses provide you with the freedom to maintain an active and social lifestyle and the flexibility to decide whether to wear the lenses all day, part of the day or reserve them for special occasions.

*Fitting fee may apply.


Every eye is unique, and every lifestyle has different needs. Ask us if multifocal contact lenses could be right for you.

Get closer with multifocal contact lenses

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Optometrists are experts in vision care who diagnose, manage and treat a wide range of vision problems, eye diseases and ocular conditions. By prescribing spectacles, contact lenses, visual aids and other treatments, optometrists help their patients maximise and retain good vision for life.

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