Zeiss Digital Lenses are the perfect eye care solution for people who use mobile devices and screens as part of their work. These lenses have been specifically designed to meet the vision needs of people in their 30s and 40s who are experiencing near vision discomfort for the first time, regardless of whether they are currently single vision wearers – or even not yet spectacle wearers.

The frequent use of digital mobile devices is challenging for the human eye. Looking at digital screens, the number of daily cycles switching from far to near vision and back has increased considerably. This is very demanding on the ciliary muscle of the eye and – with diminishing accommodation capabilities – can lead to blurred vision, tired or dry eyes and neck strains.

Zeiss Digital Lenses are:

• Optimised to support close-up vision for digital devices

• Stress and strain free viewing throughout the entire day

• Easy adaption for unaccustomed eyes

Mobile digital devices have conquered the world at an extremely fast pace.

Smartphones, tablets and GPS systems have become part of everyday life for most people. In fact 2013 was the year when mobile-connected devices exceeded the worlds population.

Zeiss digital lenses – tried and trusted

Designed by Zeiss specifically to combat the symptoms of using digital devices, the effectiveness of Zeiss digital lenses have been proven in stress tests carried out with smartphone and tablet users. Leaving more than 90% of all respondents satisfied by reducing symptoms of strained or tired eyes by a factor of 4.

Patient benefits

• Helps the eye to focus more easily

• Stress and strain free viewing throughout the entire day

• Easy adaptation for unaccustomed eyes

• For universal use throughout the day

Zeiss digital lenses render tired eyes and a stiff neck a thing of the past. They help users of digital devices to maintain fresh, fit and focused vision all day long.

Zeiss Digital Lenses are now available at Dominic Tunnell Opticians, if you regularly use computer screens or mobile devices, or just feel that these lenses might be suitable for you, then why not pop in or book an appointment to discuss your needs further.