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bifocal

1. Optics having two different focuses
2. relating to a compound lens permitting near and distant vision
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There are a lot in the market that claim to offer Progressive Lenses but fail to deliver on comfort and after-care support, sending many customers back to their old reading glasses or bifocal lenses.
These can be fitted with low-power monovision (one eye far and one eye near), or with low-powered bifocals.
As a result, visual stimuli above the horizon are processed sharper, stronger, and faster: our brain is wearing bifocals, so to speak.
As a long-range rifle competition shooter, Eller struggled with it, and his solution was to have his bifocal prescription put in a lens that mounts onto the back of his riflescope.
Now, rather than being randomly placed, the bifocal is custom-placed for your specific needs.
Joseph Dello Russo, a well-known LASIK surgeon, who along with the inventor of the laser played a prominent role in the clinical trials as a former FDA researcher by helping to develop and improve the laser surgery procedure now known as LASIK surgery, says that bifocal LASIK works best with people who need glasses for far as well as near - bifocal glasses.
To prepare for a data breach now and understand what to do should a crisis occur is truly the definition of a bifocal view of cyber risk--and the source of security today and in the future.
Appropriate glasses or lenses--including reading glasses, mul-tifocals (which can he bifocals or trifocals) and various types of contact lenses can effectively treat the problem.
95, and the prices again step up with bifocal and varifocal versions.
Gateway Safety's Conqueror MAG is stylish bifocal eye protection that meets the needs of workers who work with small print or perform intricate tasks involving small details.
1 Rx "Almost Lenses" (not inserts) fit in wrap-frame sports glasses with an inverted bifocal lens (adjusted to your front sight) built into the dominant eye lens.
Washington, June 23 ( ANI ): Women require reading glasses or bifocal lenses earlier than men due to factors other than focusing ability, such as arm length or preferred reading distance, which should be considered when prescribing readers or bifocals, a new study has revealed.