If your eyes are having issues focusing at different distances, and you understand that you need some vision correction, but don’t want to wear eyeglasses, then you should consider bifocal contacts in Hamilton from Mountain Eye Care. Bifocal contacts in Hamilton are lenses designed to address the focusing issues associated with presbyopia by incorporating different prescriptions. Presbyopia is a common vision condition that affects people between the ages of 40 and 45. Presbyopia is not the only reason why someone would need bifocal lenses, but it is a very popular and common condition that using bifocal contacts in Hamilton can help correct. Mountain Eye Care is Hamilton’s number one provider of designer frames, premium lenses, and state of the art contact lenses that are available in store, or to order online. If you are considering the vision correction benefits of bifocal contacts in Hamilton from Mountain Eye Care, then you should continue reading this post to find out some more information.

What are bifocal contacts in Hamilton?
Bifocal contact lenses are lenses that offer two different prescriptions in a single lens. One prescription is for close reading, and the other for normal, distance vision. The dual prescriptions help people who suffer from presbyopia, where age-related changes to the eye cause difficulties in focusing on close objects. They also allow the patient to not have to rely on eyeglasses, which can be stressful to keep track of if you have multiple pairs, or if you are worried about your eyeglasses falling off during physical activity. Bifocal contacts in Hamilton are designed with a defined line between the near vision prescription and the distance prescription. You switch back and forth between zones, as you would with bifocal eyeglasses.

Types of bifocal contacts:
There are two types of bifocal contact lens designs: segmented bifocal and simultaneous bifocal. Segmented bifocals are very similar to eyeglasses, in which they separate the different prescriptions within the lense. Usually, the near vision prescription is in the lower part of the lens, and the normal, distance prescription is in the rest of the lens. Simultaneous bifocals have a concentric design. The center of the lens has the normal vision prescription, and the surrounding ring has the near vision prescription.

Benefits of bifocal contacts in Hamilton:
– No longer need reading glasses
– Will have higher visual acuity for both near and far vision
– Are a lot smaller than bifocal eyeglasses and therefore require less adjustment and interference with daily tasks.

For more information about bifocal contacts in Hamilton from Mountain Eye Care, please feel free to continue browsing through our website. We can also be reached by phone at (905) 389-4201 or by filling out our contact form.