Today's presbyopes enter our offices with new visual issues they face and new expectations from their eye care provider.  There has also been an increase in the demand of comfortable wearing experiences from their contact lenses as many patients now have more issues with ocular surface dryness than ever before.  New technology has emerged with the promise of improving visual performance in soft and scleral contact lenses which also meet patients' demand for comfortable contact lens wearing experiences.

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