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SpecialEyes 54 Multifocal Now Available with

OptiSync™ Technology

Did you know that a misalignment between the center of the multifocal optics and your patient’s visual axis can cause reduced acuity and unwanted visual phenomenon such as glare, shadows, 3-D effects, and halos? OptiSync™ Technology is a new customization feature that offsets (shifts) the multifocal optics from the center of the lens and targets alignment with the patient’s visual axis to improve their experience.
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In our most recent study, 19 out of 20 subjects preferred multifocal lenses with OptiSync™ Technology.

Get Started With OptiSync™ Technology in 3 Easy Steps

1. Identify a Misalignment
Utilize your in-office technology and clinical intuition to identify/predict multifocal misalignment issues.
2. Offset the Optics
Shift the multifocal optics from the center of the lens to be more aligned with the patient's visual axis.
3. Improve their Experience
Enhance your patient's visual experience by improving acuity and reducing unwanted visual phenomenon such as glare, shadows, 3-D effects, and halos.

Why Does Alignment of the Multifocal Optics Matter?

As an independent eye-care provider, your goal is successful patient outcomes. We realize how difficult and frustrating it can be when the multifocal lens you try just doesn’t satisfy your patient. Many factors play a role in a successful multifocal contact lens fitting. Beyond the lens design, fit, refractive error, ocular surface health, pupil size, and patient expectations, one critical factor is often overlooked—the alignment between the patient’s visual axis and the center of the multifocal optics. When there is a misalignment between the center of the multifocal optics and the visual axis, the patient can experience poor visual acuity and induced aberrations and may also have subjective complaints of glare, shadows, 3-D effects, and halos. Ultimately, this misalignment can lead to unhappy multifocal patients with unsuccessful outcomes. Click to continue reading-->

At SpecialEyes, we believe that all presbyopic patients should have the ability to wear multifocal contact lenses if they so desire. That’s why we’ve developed the SpecialEyes 54 Multifocal design with OptiSync™ Technology, which allows you to put the science back into multifocal fittings and start satisfying more patients. First, utilize your in-office technology and clinical intuition to identify/predict multifocal misalignment issues. Next, provide SpecialEyes with an accurate pupil-size measurement and solid refraction at distance and near, and let us custom-design a pair of trial lenses. Evaluate the lenses on-eye and collaborate with our consultation team to fine-tune any adjustments. Finally, order an annual supply for your satisfied presbyopic patient, who can now see up close and far away using custom contact lenses instead of cumbersome glasses.

Don’t settle for multifocal lenses that limit your options and only allow you to change power when you’re trying to improve vision. Instead, demonstrate mastery of your craft and prescribe custom soft multifocal contact lenses for your patient’s specific ocular anatomy and visual needs.

When you choose to prescribe the SpecialEyes 54 Multifocal with OptiSync™ Technology, you will experience greater control in the fitting process and create happier patients with improved vision. You will also be able to reduce or eliminate unwanted visual phenomena such as shadows, 3-D effects, induced aberrations, and ghosting. This leads to more word-of-mouth referrals and increased revenues for your practice. Most importantly, your patients will see you as the expert who finally gave them freedom from glasses—setting you apart from other practitioners who limit their offerings to standard multifocal contact lens options. If you agree that it’s time to put the science back into multifocal contact lens fittings, discover for yourself how the SpecialEyes 54 Multifocal with OptiSync™ Technology can benefit your patients.