Presbyopia Today

Trends, challenges, and priorities among presbyopes

Research Approach

Lens development based on a diverse patient population

3-Zone Progressive Design

Distinctive features, plus power profile comparisons

Ease of Fit

Simplified fitting process with only two Add strengths


Clarity Through Consistency

3-Zone Progressive Design:

  • Areas of consistent power in the near, intermediate, and distance zones deliver an outstanding visual experience
  • Seamless transitions between 3 zones provide easy adaptation between key distances

The Result:

A lens designed for outstanding vision- near, far and in-between- with clear, seamless transitions in the real world

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References:
1. Data on file. Bausch & Lomb Incorporated. Rochester, NY; 2. The Multi-sponsors Survey's 2015 Gallup study of the US multi-focal contact lens market. October 2015. 3. The Vision Council. Hindsight is 20/20/20: protecting your eyes from digital devices. 2015 Digital Eye Strain Report. thevisioncouncil.org. 4. Kadence International. PureVision2 Multi-Focal contact lenses For Presbyopia Quantitative Testing. July 2012. 5. Results of an online survey with patients that wore their lenses for 7+ days and on average, spend 3 or more hours a day on a digital device (n=465). Survey questions were top 3-box scores (% Strongly Agree, Agree, Slightly Agree) on a 6-point agreement scale, with a margin of error +/- 2.4%. 6. Thirty-nine ECPs (from 10 countries) refitted 441 existing soft contact lens wearing presbyopes into PureVision2 Presbyopia lenses. Patients returned for follow-up visits after 1-2 weeks. ECP assessment of lens performance including ease of fit, and patient satisfaction with lenses in real-world conditions, were measured using a 6-point agreement survey. 7. Results of an online survey with habitual presbyopic contact lens wearers who wore their lenses for approximately 5 days (n=181). Survey questions were top 3-box scores (% Strongly Agree, Agree, Slightly Agree) on a 6-point agreement scale.

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