Introducing MyDay® daily disposable multifocal contact lenses.

An evolution in lens design system and fitting approach built into a high-performance one-day lens that makes MyDay® multifocal easy to fit, easy to establish and easy to optimise.1,2

Unsurpassed comfort
versus other leading one-daymultifocal contact lenses.1,2
Unsurpassed vision at all distances
versus otherleading one-day multifocal contact lenses.1,2

CooperVision® Binocular Progressive System uses
different lens designs to optimise vision for all levels of presbyopia.1
Unlike most one-day multifocal systems which rely on similar optical designs across each add power, just strengthening the power profile to increase reading support, the CooperVision® Binocular Progressive System utilises different lens designs to optimise vision for all levels of presbyopia.1 Designed to help newly presbyopic patients adapt to multifocal contact lens wear and allow patients to enjoy clear vision as their presbyopia advances.

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See how the CooperVision® Binocular Progressive System works.

Easy and successful fitting with our OptiExpert app.1,2
Easy and successful fitting with the CooperVision® Binocular Progressive System supported by the fitting guide or OptiExpert app. Allows you to successfully fit 98% of patients with two pairs of lenses or fewer.1,2

OptiExpert – smart prescription calculator helps support your decision-making – just input the spectacle power. Can help you save valuable chair time by accurately recommending multifocal contact lens powers.1,2

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The greatest parameter range of any one-day multifocal contact lens.3

Learn more about MyDay® daily disposable multifocal via the CooperVision Learning Academy.
Watch our augmented reality product video, training presentation, interactive courses, and take part in CPD training and discussion workshops.


MyDay® daily disposable multifocal contact lenses.


Realising the potential of your patient population – today and tomorrow.
Did you know that 63% of 40-54 year olds want their eye care practitioner to tell them about multifocal contact lenses?4
Multifocal contact lenses offer your practice the potential for category growth, increased revenue and margin, and patient retention.


Supporting your patients along their multifocal contact lens journey.
Many 40-54 years olds are unaware of the term presbyopia and that it is a natural part of the ageing process.4
Launching Autumn 2021, our social media campaign aims to increase awareness of presbyopia, normalise the condition, and advise that multifocal contact lenses could be an option for them.
We'll be driving digital leads to your door via our Find an Optician page.

Make sure your practice makes the most of this campaign, download digital assets and get involved.

1. CVI data on file 2020. Prospective, double-masked, randomised, bilateral, one-week cross-over dispensing study with MyDay® multifocal and 1 DAY ACUVUE® MOIST MULTIFOCAL; n=104 habitual MFCL wearers.
2. CVI data on file 2021. Prospective, subject-masked, randomised, bilateral, two-week cross-over dispensing study at five US sites with MyDay® multifocal and DAILIES TOTAL1 Multifocal®; n=58 habitual multifocal contact lens wearers.
3. CVI data on file 2020. MyDay® multifocal spherical power range +8.00 to -12.00DS. Based on Rx option combinations (sph & add) available across all daily disposable lenses in multifocal from four main manufacturers in UK, France, Germany and Italy Oct 2020. Cosmetic & Photochromatic CLs not included. Multiple base curve variants not included.
4. CVI data on file 2021. Presbyopia survey 1040 UK consumers aged 40-65 years, Verve, Dec 2020.
* Re-brand from Smart Silicone™ Chemistry only. No change to lens material or performance.
** Compared among CooperVision® one day silicone hydrogel contact lenses.
‡ With higher oxygen permeability than hydrogel materials, silicone hydrogel contact lenses minimise or eliminate hypoxia-related signs and symptoms during lens wear.
† Warning: UV-absorbing contact lenses are not substitutes for protective UV-absorbing eyewear, such as UV-absorbing goggles or sunglasses, as they do not completely cover the eye and surrounding area. Patients should continue to use UV-absorbing eyewear as directed.
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