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Bifocal contact lenses work similarly to bifocal eyeglasses, providing two different prescriptions in a single lens for close and distant vision clarity. Some bifocal contacts split the lens into two zones, while others ... More »

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No companies currently make colored bifocal contact lenses in the United States as of 2015. Many companies, such as Acuvue, CooperVision and Air Optix make bifocal lenses with a visibility tint. The tint is faint and hel... More »

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If toric contact lenses rotate out of alignment, the wearer experiences blurry vision, AllAboutVision.com explains. If the individual has worn the lenses for a long time, deposits can cause blurriness. Worsening eye sigh... More »

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Progressive contact lenses, also called bifocal or multifocal lenses, are contacts that combine prescriptions for farsightedness and nearsightedness into one lens. There are several different methods for combining differ... More »

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Digital progressives lenses, or high-definition lenses, are lenses in eyeglasses that provide sharper vision than regular progressive lenses. Advances in lens manufacturing allow digital progressives to correct a patient... More »

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Blackout contacts are soft contact lenses that cover the natural color of the iris in black, causing the iris and the pupil to seem to blend together. The opaque color of the lenses helps to keep the natural color of the... More »

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A person who successfully wore contact lenses prior to cataract surgery is normally able to use contacts following the procedure. A new prescription for the contact lenses is likely necessary. Hard lenses, soft lenses an... More »

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