Your patients’ lifestyle and visual behavior have changed.
Life today is fast-paced, and your patients are constantly connected to people, information and things, both online and off. They tend to have their eyes glued to digital devices even when they are on the move. And yet, life is about more than just screens. Constantly switching between multiple digital devices and physical surroundings can be challenging for the eyes and may lead to uncomfortable vision or eye strain. This can make even ordinary tasks feel harder, or worse: they can let life's details go unnoticed. Good, comfortable vision is crucial for taking on each day, confident and aware. All your patients – from young kids and teens to seniors – need not only clear central vision but also smooth peripheral vision. This helps them easily switch between different distances and directions as they navigate through life.