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PureVision Multi-Focal Contact Lenses

The surface of PureVision Multi-Focal lenses gives your presbyopic patients the comfort and wettability they deserve.

The unique silicone hydrogel material and surface process create a lens that’s designed for the needs of aging presbyopic eyes.

PureVision Multi-Focal lenses pass demanding government tests and the expectations of your most demanding patients.

  • PureVision Multi-Focal lenses are the only multifocal lenses available with a material and surface good enough to be FDA-approved for up to 30 days of extended wear*– a demanding test of contact lens health.
  • Worn as either a daily wear or extended wear lens, they perform at a high level – giving even demanding presbyopic patients dehydration resistance, consistent wettability, and exceptional deposit resistance.

Designed for Patient Comfort

The unique silicone hydrogel material and surface process create a lens that’s designed for the needs of aging presbyopic eyes.

Dehydration resistance: AerGel silicone hydrogel material combined with the Performa™ surface process controls hydration dynamics and facilitates fluid transport.

Wettability loaded into the matrix of the lens: The Performa surface process is not a coating so it won’t rub off or degrade; it transforms the hydrophobic silicone into a hydrophilic silicate that stays wettable.

Performa surface process

Comfort and deposit resistance: The unique Performa surface process creates an exceptionally smooth and clean lens surface, enhancing comfort while resisting protein and lipid deposits.

purevision multifocal lens deposit profile

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4 Results from the 2005 Gallup study of the contact lens market.

5 Results from a 2005 independent survey of 300 current contact lens wearers conducted by SHC & Associates.

6 Results from a series of overnight corneal swelling clinical studies of adapted daily wear soft lens patients. For these investigations, patients wore conventional hydrogel lenses (Dk/t ranged from 24 to 40), 100% silicone elastomer lenses (Dk/t > 200), PureVision lenses, or no lens. A -3.00D lens was used for the overnight corneal swelling lens comparisons. Corneal swelling measurements were made following closed eye conditions for approximately 8 hours.

7 Adapted daily wear soft lens patients (N=21) wore a PureVision Multi-Focal lens overnight under closed eye conditions for approximately 8 hours. Central and peripheral corneal thickness measurements were taken following 24 hours of no wear to establish a baseline and immediately upon opening the eyes following overnight wear. PureVision lenses were worn in the contralateral eye. (tested @ -3.00D