NaturalVue® Contact Lenses for Myopia Management
Experience The Lens That Runs On Brainpower
Are you frustrated with your current vision correction?
- Have you tried contact lenses for presbyopia, called multifocal lenses, yet still had to use reading glasses to see clearly?
- Still having trouble seeing up close or at other distances?
You are not alone!
As many as 85% of multifocal contact lens wearers experienced a compromised vision.
With NaturalVue® Multifocal Contacts you can put the hassles of traditional multifocal contact lenses and “readers” behind you. Wearers can perform 92% of daily activities without reading glasses, even in low light.
The Revolutionary NaturalVue® Multifocal 1 Day Contact Lenses with Neurofocus Optics® Technology
NaturalVue® Multifocal 1 Day Contact Lenses feature innovative Neurofocus Optics®. This advanced technology works naturally with the brain to automatically focus your eyes – for clear vision near, far and everywhere in between. You get exceptional vision with little compromise.
Center Distance Multifocal Contacts May Slow, Halt Myopia
Myopia, (near sightedness – distance objects appear blurry, near objects appear clear) has been increasing in prevalence throughout the world over the last 30 years, with incidence at younger and younger ages, leading to increased levels of high myopia. It is generally agreed, and well supported in the literature, that myopia progression can be effectively slowed with multifocal contact lenses, orthokeratology and anti-muscarinic agents such as atropine.
Practitioners should consider using multifocal contact lens designs that slow the progression of myopia in children, according to researchers.
A retrospective case series included 32 patients between 6 and 19 years old who were at least -0.50 D with current corrections. The subjects were fit with an extended depth of focus (center distance) multifocal soft contact lens, NaturalVue Multifocal 1 Day Contact Lenses by Visioneering Technologies Inc.
Researchers believe that the significant reduction of myopic progression was due to the higher amount of plus in the periphery associated with the extended depth of focus optics in the lens design.
Approximately 98.4% of the children showed reduction of annualized myopic progression, and 91% showed a decrease of 70% or greater, researchers wrote. More than 80% showed complete halting of myopic progression, including 6.25% demonstrating myopic regression.