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How to Adjust to Wearing Varifocal Lenses

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Presbyopia is an age-related eye condition, which can affect your ability to see close up. It is noticed during a routine eye examination and is easily managed by wearing varifocal lenses. It’s possible to be both short or long-sighted and develop presbyopia as you get older; varifocals can help with both.

Wearing any lenses for the first time can take some getting used to, including varifocals. If you’ve recently been told that you need to wear varifocal lenses, you might be a little apprehensive about how comfortable they’re going to be.

The new Varilux Comfort Max lenses can help to put your mind at ease. Designed with the wearer in mind, these lenses facilitate natural, sharp vision.

Natural and comfortable vision

Adjusting to varifocal lenses can take some time, but with Varilux Comfort Max, you can adapt quickly. These lenses are designed to help you see naturally through the lens, without having to struggle to find the right gaze direction or posture.

The lens has different prescriptions from the top to the bottom. The upper part helps you to see far distances, while the lower part will boost your near vision. Varilux Comfort Max lenses are created with a smooth transition between these zones, resulting in vision that feels natural.

Varilux Comfort Max has the power to adjust to your unique, natural postures; not the other way around.

Flexibility to make you feel confident

Woman wearing varifocal lenses doing yoga

Your eyes go through a lot every day. It’s essential to have flexibility in your vision to see clearly at different distances, as well as being able to focus on tasks for a prolonged time. Varilux Comfort Max lenses take this into account, improving postural flexibility so you can get on with your day comfortably.

From the first time you put on your new lenses, you can feel confident in your vision.

Get more out of your varifocal lenses

As well as experiencing enhanced comfort and sharp vision, your vision can also benefit from a lens coating. Our range of Crizal enhancements are perfect for protecting your vision and help look after your lenses.

With the darker mornings and evenings settling in, Crizal Drive can help to reduce reflections on your lenses, improving your visual acuity behind the wheel.

Ask your optician about Essilor lenses today, and get the most out of your vision.

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