Introducing NaturalVue Multifocal 1 Day Contact Lenses

with Neurofocus Optics™

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Welcome Eye Care Practitioners

Learn how VTI can help you better satisfy patients and grow your practice.

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Redefining Vision.

Strength in design and bringing technology to life.

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Visioneering Technologies, Inc.—redefining vision through revolutionary solutions for presbyopia, myopia and astigmatism

About the Eye

About the Eye

The eyes are two of the most extraordinary parts of the human body. Understanding how they work can help you manage your care to ensure maximum eye health and vision throughout your life.

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Naturalvue

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NaturalVue™ Multifocal 1 Day Contact Lenses with Neurofocus Optics™ are designed to deliver outstanding vision across the entire range of vision—near, far and all points in between—without the need for reading glasses.1

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For Practitioners

It’s our goal to enable you to provide the highest standard of care, with the latest technology, education and tools to enhance your practice.

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For Practitioners

Our Technologies

Presbyopia Technology

Presbyopia Technology

Presbyopia is an age-related visual impairment that affects an estimated 142 million people in the U.S. alone each year.2 Many want to continue to enjoy the comfort and convenience of contact lenses. VTI is advancing contact lens technology for presbyopia that will enhance vision and quality of life.

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Myopia Progression Control Technology

Myopia Progression Control Technology

Myopia is a growing global public health concern, nearing epidemic status with rates of 40-50% in U.S. and Europe, and 80-90% in Asia.3,4 VTI is developing technology that may slow myopic progression.

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For Investors

For Investors

Visioneering Technologies is an innovative new company dedicated to redefining vision. Strength in design and the ability to bring technology to life makes Visioneering Technologies a company to watch.

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References: 1. VTI Data on file, 2014. 2. U.S. Census Bureau. (2012). Statistical Abstract of the United States Table 7: Resident Population by Sex and Age 1980 to 2010. U.S. Census Bureau. 3. Vitale S, Sperduto R, Ferris F. Increased Prevalence Of Myopia In The United States Between 1971-1972 and 1999-2004. Archives of Ophthalmology. 2009;127(12):1632-1639. 4. Morgan I, Ohno-Matsui K, Saw S. Myopia. The Lancet. 2012;379:1739-1748.