Biotrue OneDay for Presbyopia are multifocal contact lenses produced by Bausch and Lomb. Presbyopia is a common vision defect that occurs as a natural consequence of the aging process, and often begins to affect people around the age of 40. The onset of presbyopia is defined by a deteriorating ability to focus on nearby objects.
Biotrue ONE day for Presbyopia contact lenses provide an effective solution for vision correction at all distances. Their special, three-zone design uses the natural properties of the eye when focusing on distant, near, and middle-distance objects. The individual optical zones are situated in concentric circles, with the innermost circle providing a clear view of nearby objects, and the outermost ring providing a view of distant objects.
To create Biotrue OneDay for Presbyopia contact lenses, Bausch & Lomb uses HyperGel material (Nesofilcon A) that combines the features of classic hydrogel and silicone hydrogel to achieve a high water content and a high oxygen permeability. HyperGel technology incorporates the active ingredients in the upper layer of the lens material, creating a lipid layer that prevents dehydration. BioTrue ONEday have a water content of 78%, which is among the highest on the market.
Biotrue OneDay for Presbyopia contact lenses are equipped with a UV filter that absorbs some of the sun's harmful UVA and UVB rays. However, it should be noted that contact lenses with UV filters should not be considered as a full replacement for sunglasses because they do not cover the entire surface of the eye. It is always best to combine contact lenses with UV-blocking sunglasses.
|Manufacturer:||Bausch and Lomb|
|Pack size:||30 lenses|
|Replacement schedule:||1 Day|
|Expiration:||24 months and more|
|Oxygen permeability:||42 Dk/t|
|Power range:||from -9.00 to +6.50|
|Add power:||High (+1.75 - +2.50), Low (+0.75 - +1.50)|
|Lenses Material 2:||Nesofilcon A|
|Extended or overnight wear:||No|