Discover TOTAL1™ MULTIFOCAL
The world’s first and only Water Gradient contact lenses specifically engineered with PRECISION PROFILE Design™ to balance the effects of presbyopia for clear vision up close, far away and in between.
Its unique Water Gradient material places water at the most outer surface of the lens# - with a silicone hydrogel core that allows for excellent breathability*, and an ultra-soft surface that provides a gentle cushion of moisture.
What is presbyopia?
You’re probably wondering, presby-what? It’s a complicated name for a very common eye condition: when you have trouble focusing on things up close.
It usually happens around age 40 and it’s the single most common reason people start to wear glasses or contact lenses at this age.
Presbyopia occurs as the lens inside the eye starts to lose its flexibility, which diminishes the lens’ ability to change shape and focus light passing through the eye. This is where Multifocal comes in.
How do TOTAL1TM multifocal contact lenses work?
Unlike multifocal glasses that require you to look through the bottom part of the lens to read up close, TOTAL1TM multifocal contact lenses blend multiple prescriptions in one lens to allow your eyes to focus on objects at all distances. This Precision Proﬁle DesignTM combines a bi-aspheric surface, an adaptive minus power proﬁle, and a centre-near design. This innovative technology allows these lenses to deliver uninterrupted transitions from near to intermediate to distance vision.
This is sometimes also referred to as “simultaneous vision” because your brain learns to automatically select the right focus for what you want to see, so you can seamlessly see both near and far vision at the same time.
Why you’ll love them
- Seamless vision up close, faraway and everything in between
- There’s no need to switch to reading glasses – you can continue to enjoy the convenience of contact lenses
Who they’re suitable for
- Those with presbyopia who wants a multifocal lens to provide clear vision at varying distances
- Those who seek quality with the convenience of a daily disposable lens
- New presbyopic contact lens wearers with concerns about comfort
What makes them great
- Unique Precision Proﬁle DesignTM provides clear, seamless vision at all distances near through far
- Proprietary design featuring a unique water gradient material
- Silicone hydrogel core with 33%# water content for high breathability*
- Ultra-soft surface with nearly 100% water content so all that will touch your eye is a layer of moisture#
*High oxygen transmissible lenses, DK/T=156 @ -3.00. Based on published manufacturer- provided Dk and thickness values in: Tyler's Quarterly Soft Contact Lens Parameter Guide. Dec 2020.
#Based on laboratory measurements of unworn lenses. ~Professional fees may apply.
References: 1. Perez-Gomez I, Giles T. European survey of contact lens wearers and eye care professionals on satisfaction with a new water gradient daily disposable contact lens. Clinical Optometry. 2014;6:17–23. Sponsored by Alcon. 2. Maissa C, et al. (2014) Evaluation of the Lubricity of DAILIES TOTAL1® Contact Lenses After Wear. American Academy of Optometry. Program 145195. Sponsored by Alcon. 3. Angelini TE et al. Viscoelasticity and mesh-size at the surface of hydrogels characterized with microrheology. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 2013; 54:E-abstract 500. 4. Wolffsohn J, Hunt O, Chowdhury A. Objective clinical performance of ‘comfort-enhanced’ daily disposable soft contact lenses. Cont Lens Anterior Eye. 2010;33(2):88-92. 5. Pruitt J, et al. Triple-action moisturisers for increased comfort in daily disposable lenses. Optician. 2007;11:27–28. 6. Thekveli S et al. Structure-property relationship of delefilcon A lenses. Cont Lens Anterior Eye. 2012;35(Supp 1):e14. Sponsored by Alcon. 7. Lemp J, Kern J. Alcon multifocal contact lenses for presbyopia correction. Paper presented at the Canadian Association of Optometrists Congress; June 28-30, 2017; Ottawa, ON. 8. Alcon data on file, 2016. Alcon Multifocal Precision Profile Contact Lens Design. Available on request. 9. Frick, Kevin D., et al. “The global burden of potential productivity loss from uncorrected presbyopia.” Ophthalmology 122.8. 2015;1706-1710. 10. Glasser, Adrian, and Melanie CW Campbell. “Presbyopia and the optical changes in the human crystalline lens with age.” Vision research 38.2 1998;209-230. 11. Myopia Management Guidelines – Infographic. https://www.myopiaprofile.com/management-in-practice Accessed: 10/03/2021. 12. Long-sightedness (hyperopia). https://www.healthdirect.gov.au/long-sightedness-hyperopia Accessed: 10.08.2021
ALWAYS READ THE LABEL AND FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS FOR USE.
All content on this website is for informational purposes only, always talk to your health professional regarding your eye health or medical conditions.
Never disregard the advice of a medical professional.