Redefine

contact lens optics

The science behind our optics is what enables NaturalVue® contact lenses to redefine how eye care professionals harness technology to better manage their patients’ vision needs.

The science of natural vision meets the science of NaturalVue®

Unlike single vision or traditional multifocal lenses, the Neurofocus Optics® design creates an extended depth of focus to deliver a wider range of clear vision.

Neurofocus Optics® Technology creates an Extended Depth of Focus

Compare how today’s single vision or traditional multifocal contact lenses focus light vs. the extended depth of focus design of Neurofocus Optics® which allows multiple focal points along the visual axis to be clear.

Single
Vision

lenses have
one focal point

Traditional
Multifocal

lenses have two focal points,
Near and Distance

Neurofocus Optics®
Technology

Creates an extended depth of focus, enabling nearly 2x the range of clear vision (up to 76 cm) vs. habitual lenses and allows for better, near seamless vision at all distances1,2

Focused on the fovea

The fovea is where clear vision occurs.

  • To enhance vision with the NaturalVue® Multifocal lens, adding minus moves the focal point closer to the fovea
  • With Neurofocus Optics® and EDOF technology, a RANGE of clear vision can be delivered simultaneously

The key to delivering the best vision is to move the focal point along the visual axis closer to the fovea

The Neurofocus Optics® difference

This unique technology creates pinhole optics which results in an extended depth of focus, delivering a wider range of clear vision along the visual axis.

High amounts of
UNINTERRUPTED PLUS POWER PROGRESSION

Power Progression

DESIGNED
into the Lens

PERIPHERAL
BLUR

Peripheral Blur

INDUCED
in the Brain

PINHOLE
EFFECT

Pinhole Effect

PERCEIVED
by the Brain

This VIRTUAL PINHOLE APERTURE is the mechanism which

CREATES EDOF
in the Eye

EDOF

DELIVERS wide range of clear vision

from the Eye

The unique amount of plus power in NaturalVue® Multifocal contact lenses is significant enough to induce peripheral blur. This generates the virtual pinhole aperture to create an Extended Depth of Focus.