Proclear® multifocal toric lenses for astigmatism

  • Monthly replacement schedule
  • Correct astigmatism and presbyopia
  • Stay 96% hydrated throughout the day, even after 12 hours of wear
  • May help address eye dryness when wearing contact lenses

If you have astigmatism, you may experience blurry or distorted vision. This can happen at any age.

But somewhere between the ages of 40 to 45, everyone’s vision blurs on objects that are close up, like a book or menu. This eye condition is called “presbyopia,” and it’s part of our eyes’ normal aging process.

To clear up both conditions, you need lenses that correct your vision at any distance, like our Proclear® multifocal toric contacts. They deliver clear vision whether you’re reading the newspaper or a sign in the distance.

Thanks to our PC Technology, water molecules actually become a part of the Proclear multifocal toric contact lens, creating a natural resistance to dryness.

In fact, Proclear contacts are the only contact lenses cleared by the

U.S. FDA for the claim: "may provide improved comfort for contact lens wearers who experience mild discomfort or symptoms relating to dryness during lens wear."

Ask your eye care professional about Proclear multifocal toric contact lenses.

Astigmatism and presbyopia: Astigmatism is a condition derived from a cornea or lens that’s stretched into an irregular shape, making images appear blurry. Presbyopia is a condition where, around age 40, the eye exhibits a progressively diminished ability to focus on near objects and fine print, especially in low-light situations.

Monthly. Lenses are to be discarded and replaced with a new lens once a month.

No, these lenses do not provide UV protection. For this feature, consider our Avaira family of contacts.

PC Technology, which is naturally biocompatible. The lenses bind tightly with water, keeping them hydrated even after 12 hours of wear.

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Category: Astigmatism

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