© Davis Eye Associates 2014 Made with Xara Bifocal and Multifocal Contact Lenses Do you find yourself putting on and taking off those annoying reading glasses all day long?  Maybe you wear bifocal glasses all day and are tilting your head to find the right spot in order to read or see the computer.  If so, bifocal contact lenses could work for you, free you up from irritating glasses and allow you to see the world again - far and near. Bifocal Contact Lenses - Bifocal contact lenses have two distinct areas for vision, one for far vision and one for near vision.  This type of lens is usually found in a rigid gas permeable contact lens. Multifocal Contact Lenses - Multifocal contact lenses actually have more areas for vision - distance, intermediate (computer) and near.  They treat persbyopia which is a natural condition marked by being “40-something,” where your eye’s natural lens stiffens and loses the ability to focus on close objects. At Davis Eye we understand you might have questions, so we have developed this section of our website to provide you complete information about Bifocal and Multifocal contact lenses.  Just click on the above menu items to read more. Once you have the information you need you may contact us with questions, or schedule an appointment.  You’ve got nothing to lose but your stiff neck and tilted head!