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Vision Update
[date]Issue Number: 199[id]   
Multifocal Contact Lenses for the Baby Boomer

A Aging is a fact of life and all the trips to the gym, nutritionist, and Dermatologist for Botox, will not prevent your eyes from needing reading glasses when you approach the ripe age of 40. While multifocal eye glass lenses have been around for many years, recent developments in contact lenses now permit comfortable, clear vision in the distance and at near.

Fortunately, today there are better alternatives. The ability to combine spherical and aspheric curves results in a gradual change in power from the distance to near and a more natural visual experience...

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