Even if you suffer from both astigmatism – a condition of the eye caused by a curved cornea or lens – and the age-related need for reading glasses, you can still wear contact lenses! Proclear Multifocal Toric lenses offer excellent vision correction and a unique formula that keeps your eyes moist and comfortable all day long. These lenses are designed to be worn for up to thirty days with proper cleaning and storage. Proclear Multifocal Toric contact lenses are custom lenses, but still qualify for free shipping on orders of $75 or more.
Material and % of content: 41% Omafilcon A, 59% water
1 Are Proclear Multifocal Toric N contacts made for extended wear?
No, Proclear Multifocal Toric N contacts are not intended for extended (overnight) wear. You should wear these contact lenses for less than 24 hours while you are awake, and remove them every night before bed. These lenses are monthly disposable lenses, and generally should be replaced every 30 days. Your eye doctor can recommend an appropriate wearing and replacement schedule for you.
2 Can I wear Proclear Multifocal Toric N contacts for an astigmatism?
Yes, you can. Proclear Multifocal Toric N contacts are specially designed for patients seeking to correct both astigmatism and presbyopia, a condition where aging eyes have difficulty focusing on near objects and fine print. If you have any questions about using Proclear Multifocal Toric lenses for an astigmatism, consult with your eye care professional.
3 Can I sleep in my Proclear Multifocal Toric N contact lenses?
No. Proclear Multifocal Torin N contact lenses have not been approved for overnight use. Sleeping in your contacts can have serious consequences for your vision, and is associated with a higher risk of corneal infections. You should remove, clean, and disinfect your Proclear multifocal toric lenses each night before sleeping.
4 What does the “N” stand for?
In most cases, Proclear Multifocal Toric lenses work on a two-lense system. When your eye doctor writes your contact lens prescription, he or she will usually designate one eye as dominant (“D”) and one eye as non-dominant (“N”). Proclear Multifocal toric (type N) lenses are designed for use in the non-dominant eye. Each type works differently on the eye, so occasionally a doctor will prescribe two “D” or two “N” lenses, depending on the patient’s specific needs.