Definition: a lens used in cases of presbyopia, in which one portion is suited for distant vision, the other for reading and close work in general; the reading addition may be cemented to the lens, fused to the front surface, or ground in one-piece form; other bifocal lenses are the flat-top Franklin type, or blended invisible.
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