Air Optix Aqua Multifocal (3 lenses)
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Details of Air Optix Aqua Multifocal (3 lenses)
New from Alcon, Air Optix Aqua Multifocal are monthly soft contact lenses for daily use. Their Aqua moisture system lubricates the lens and provides all-day comfort, and Precision Transition technology enables clear vision at all distances. Air Optix Aqua Multifocal ensure a smooth fit so you can stay in your contact lenses for longer.
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|Expiration:||At least 35 months|
|Lenses in a box:||3|
|Water content:||33 %|
|Oxygen transmissibility:||138 Dk/t|
|Easy handling tint:||Yes|
|Add:||low, medium, high|
|Power:||from -10.0 to +6.0|
|Elastic modulus:||1.0 MPa|
|Center thickness:||0.08 mm|
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My present contacts are varifocal great for distance but not too good for reading is this common with contacts or maybe the brand your advise would ne appreciated
The lenses I'm supposed to wear are multifocal torics, which are even more complex…and having had a similar problem, I've had to consult with my optician and try different combinations, to have a positive result. So, I suggest you see your specialist to see what can be done about that problem, there might be the need to re-touch the prescription.
Best regards, Fabrizio
If this is a multifocal lense, where do I enter the reading part for the lense? Not overly clear on what I should order my glasses prescription reads R SPH-3.50 CYL -50 AXIS 95.0 Near ADD +1.75 The left is slightly different but I am not sure how this corresponds through ording with yourselves.
Hi, Glasses prescriptions are different than lens prescriptions. I would suggest seeing an optician to get your lens prescription. But from what it seems with the prescription you provided, you should be looking at toric lenses not multifocal. Thanks!
Thank you for this question. If you need multifocal contact lenses, you must also choose the Addition. That is a parameter that should be found on your prescription.
ADD indicates the difference between both your myopia and your hyperopia in dioptres (power).
I hope my reply helped. Happy to remain at your service.