Courtesy of Fichte, Endl & Elmer Eyecare

It is normal to experience vision changes as you age, such that reading glasses become necessary. But reading glasses are annoying, and it’s not much fun to have difficulty seeing close-up. Knowing this, Fichte, Endl & Elmer Eyecare has partnered with Alcon to make multifocal contact lenses available to Western New Yorkers.

Not only are these lenses much more comfortable than many of the contact lenses people previously wore, but their multiple focusing powers allow people to see clearly at varying distances. They are particularly helpful for individuals with more than one vision problem.

“ALCON DAILIES TOTAL1® multi-focal lenses offer superior comfort, and are nothing like contact lenses from days gone by. They are designed with a water gradient technology that makes them so comfortable, that 9 out of 10 users say the forget they are wearing contacts,” said Gordon Sage, Managing Optician.

So, if you would like to see clearly and comfortably at all ranges without glasses, and if you wear reading glasses, bifocals, or progressive lenses, Fichte, Endl & Elmer invites you to attend a free educational seminar on Wednesday, October 25, at their office, located at 2825 Niagara Falls Boulevard, Suite 130, Amherst 14228. Doors open at 5:30 pm. The event starts at 6, and includes dinner. All attendees will receive a free contact lens exam and fitting, and will be able to go home with a no charge, no obligation, 10-day free supply of contact lenses. The seminar is limited to just 50 people, so sign-up for this great opportunity to learn how to do away with your reading glasses and see clearly again. Call 1-800-309-2020 today to reserve your spot. You can also register online at