It’s the simple, trouble-free and healthy way of correcting your vision and great for both occasional and full time wearers. By using a brand new lens every day, your eye is much less likely to develop microbial infections (compared with traditional re-usable lenses) and whereas original Daily Disposables may have been dry...
Extended wear contact lenses are, most typically, contact lenses that can be worn continuously for up to six nights and seven days. With the advent of silicone hydrogel lenses, which are better at letting oxygen through the lens to your eyes, there are now also continuous wear contact lenses that can be worn up to 30 days straight.
Frequent Replacement Lenses
Reusable contact lenses are an excellent choice for the frequent lens wearer. They’re for everyday wear, but rather than dispose of them at the end of the day, like daily disposables, you clean and store them in a contact lens case until you wear them again.
Multifocal contact lenses are designed to correct vision changes that occur with presbyopia. You may already be familiar with this term, but essentially presbyopia is the correct term used to define a perfectly normal change within our vision which changes our ability to focus on near objects.
Rigid Gas Permeable Lenses
Rigid gas permeable or RGP lenses, are made of a firmer material than their soft contact counterparts. RGP lenses have the ability to let oxygen reach the eye behind the lens, which is essential for good eye health. Despite their name, ‘rigid’ gas permeable contact lenses are actually quite flexible, which ensures a comfortable and eye-friendly experience.