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Astigmatism is the result of the cornea (the eye’s outermost protective coating) becoming distorted, which causes light rays to be focused on a number of different points on the retina. This means that the eye is unable to focus properly and vision is impaired. Eye-care specialists often liken the sensation to that of walking round fairground Hall of Mirrors.
Bifocal Contact Lenses provide a comfortable alternative to glasses for anyone suffering from presbyopia. The onset of presbyopia is typically associated with people in their forties and is characterized by the eye having difficulty in shifting focus between near and distant objects. If someone in your family needs to hold a book at an arm’s length to read it, they may well benefit from bi-focal contacts.

Color Blindness is something of a misnomer and actually refers to an inability to distinguish certain colors from one another, rather than any genuine blindness. Colour blindness affects a significantly greater percentage of men than women and is caused when the colour sensitive cone cells fail to function properly. Light filtering contact lenses (which ‘filter’ the visual spectrum to help differentiate between confusing colours, such as red and green) are now available with a prescription.

Daily Disposable Contact Lenses are designed to be worn for a single day, thrown away, and replaced with a new pair the next morning. Their increasing popularity is largely owed to the time and hassle saved on lens care, and they are widely recognized as by far the healthiest way to wear contact lenses.
Extended Wear Contact Lenses can be worn for twenty four hours a day, including during sleep. The time period they may be used for depends on which brand you choose.

Farsightedness (also referred to clinically as hyperopia) is a result of the distance between the lens and the retina being too short for the eye to focus properly on near objects. The condition is usually congenital.

Glaucoma is characterized by a build up in eye pressure, which if left untreated can lead to impaired peripheral vision and damage to the optic nerve. It’s one of the leading causes of blindness in the developed world, but responds well to treatment if caught early. In the UK eye tests are provide free of charge if there history of glaucoma in the family.

Hard Contact Lenses may take slightly longer to get used to than soft lenses, but for some people suffering from astigmatism and pesbyopia they are the most effective method of visual correction (their comparative rigidity helps to ‘reshape’ the cornea and lens).


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Iris – The ring of pigmented tissue that surrounds the pupil which expands and contracts to control the size of the pupil and consequently the amount of light that reaches the retina. The iris gives the eye its colour, which can be altered with cosmetic contact lenses.

Johnson & Johnson are one of the world’s leading contact lens suppliers mostly thanks to their constant innovation in developing such products as the world’s first daily disposable contact lenses (1-Day Acuvue). Other market leaders include: CIBA Vision, Bausch & Lomb, Ocular Sciences and Wesley-Jessen Vision Care.
Keratitis refers to a generalized inflammation of the cornea which may be caused by a number of factors including exposure to intense bright light, vitamin A deficiency and contact lens usage.

Laser Vision Correction is an umbrella term given to variety of surgical procedures aimed at reshaping the cornea using a computer controlled laser. Designed to appeal to anyone who’s fed up with both glasses and contact lenses, the jury’s still out on the wisdom of undergoing nonessential optical surgery.
Macula is the highly sensitive central part of the retina which is responsible for detailed central vision. The macula may deteriorate with age leaving the individual with only peripheral vision.

Nearsightedness (also known as myopia) is caused by the lens focusing light in front of the retina. The result is that anyone suffering from myopia will have good reading vision, but will have difficulty seeing clearly at a distance.

Opticians grind and dispense glasses and supply contact lenses. They’re not to be confused with Ophthalmologists, who specialize in medical and surgical treatment of eye disease as well as covering all other aspects of eye-care. Optometrists complete the trio and are qualified to treat all visual disorders and diseases (including prescribing lenses and medicines) with non-surgical intervention.

Pupil is the aperture through which light enters the eye. The surrounding muscles of the iris contract and dilate to control the size of the pupil and consequently the amount of light the retina receives.

Quarterly Replacement Lenses (also known as frequent replacement lenses) are designed to be worn for up to three months, before being replaced with a new pair. Fresh contacts reduce the chances of potentially damaging deposits building up on the lens and represent a healthier way to wear lenses.

Refractive Error is a broad term that refers to any optical weakness that affects the ability of the eye to focus light rays correctly on the retina. This includes farsightedness (where the focal point is effectively behind the retina), nearsightedness (where light converges in front of the retina), and astigmatism (where light is focused on several points on the retina). All of the above can be corrected with contact lenses.


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Soft Contact Lenses are largely made of water, which makes them comfortable to wear and consequently a popular choice. They come in a wide variety models, designed to suit every lifestyle (from daily disposable lenses to extended wear), however some visual problems are best treated with hard contact lenses. The best advice is to consult your eye-care professional.

Toric Contact Lenses are great news for anyone suffering from astigmatism who thought they wouldn’t be able to wear contact lenses. Often mild astigmatism is best corrected with Rigid Gas Permeable lenses (as they are ‘hard’ they effectively ‘reshape’ the lens and cornea) while soft toric lenses tend to be prescribed for more pronounced astigmatism.

UV Protection is an increasingly popular ‘built-in’ feature of today’s contact lenses, especially for people who enjoy an outdoors lifestyle. However, as they do not reduce glare they must be worn in conjunction with sunglasses.

Visual Acuity refers to the sharpness of vision based on reading a standardized Snellen eye chart at a distance of 20 feet. It’s expressed as a fraction, with the ‘top’ number referring to the distance from the chart (in the USA 20 feet, in the UK 6 meters) and the ‘bottom’ number the distance at which someone with normal vision would be able to read the chart. Hence someone with 20/20 (or 6/6) vision is considered normal, whereas someone with 20/40 (or 6/12 in the UK ) would need to be 20 feet from a character to read it correctly when someone with normal vision could read it at 40 feet.

Wetting Solutions are applied to hard and rigid gas permeable lenses to increase comfort by acting as a ‘cushion’ between the lens and the cornea. They may also be dropped directly into the eye while wearing lenses.

X-Coolers are one of a growing number of brands of novelty or cosmetic contact lenses. In the not too distant past special effects contact lenses were more or less restricted to the film industry, however recently their popularity with the general public has snowballed. Today there’s wide variety on the market, including subtle shades that enhance natural eye colour at one end of the spectrum, and anything from cat’s and alien’s eyes at the other.

Young Contact Lens Wearers – parents often want to know at what age it’s suitable for their children to start wearing contact lenses. Medically there are no reasons why children shouldn’t start wearing lenses as soon as they can walk. However in reality it’s going to be quite some time until they are responsible enough to look after their lenses properly. It’s best to discuss all the issues thoroughly with your eye-care specialist.

Zinc is one of a handful of minerals that are essential for healthy eyes – along with copper, manganese and selenium. Vitamins are also known to play a fundamental role in optical health, notably vitamin A (for prevention of night blindness), vitamin C (to boost visual acuity), and vitamin E (for prevention of cataracts).


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1 Day Acuvue DEFINE (Accent style)

1 Day Acuvue DEFINE (Accent style)(BC – 8.5, DIA 14.20), Regular Price: $36.00, Special Price: $28

1 Day Acuvue DEFINE (Natural Shine)

1 Day Acuvue DEFINE (Natural Shine)(BC – 8.5, DIA 14.20), Regular Price: $36.00, Special Price: $28.00.

1 Day Acuvue DEFINE with Lacreon® (Accent)

1 Day Acuvue DEFINE with Lacreon® (Accent)(BC – 8.5, DIA 14.20) Free Shipping, Regular Price: $38.00, Special Price: $30.

1 Day Acuvue DEFINE with Lacreon® (Natural Shine)

1 Day Acuvue DEFINE with Lacreon® (Natural Shine)(BC – 8.5, DIA 14.20) Free Shipping, Regular Price: $38.00, Special Price: $30.00.

1 Day Acuvue DEFINE with Lacreon® (Radiant Bright)

1 Day Acuvue DEFINE with Lacreon® (Radiant Bright)(BC – 8.5, DIA 14.20) Free Shipping, Regular Price: $38.00, Special Price: $30.00.

1 Day Acuvue DEFINE with Lacreon® (Radiant Charm)

1 Day Acuvue DEFINE with Lacreon® (Radiant Charm)(BC – 8.5, DIA 14.20) Free Shipping, Regular Price: $38.00, Special Price: $30.00.

1 Day Acuvue DEFINE with Lacreon® (Vivid)

1 Day Acuvue DEFINE with Lacreon® (Vivid)(BC – 8.5, DIA 14.20) Free Shipping, Regular Price: $38.00, Special Price: $30.00.

1 Day Acuvue MOIST

1 Day Acuvue MOIST(BC – 8.5/9.0, DIA 14.20) Free Shipping, Regular Price: $35.00, Special Price: $22.00.

1 Day Acuvue Moist For Astigmatism

1 Day Acuvue Moist For Astigmatism(BC – 8.5, DIA 14.50) Free Shipping, $40.00.

1 Day Acuvue Moist Multifocal

1 Day Acuvue Moist Multifocal(BC – 8.4, DIA 14.30), $44.00.

1 Day Acuvue TruEye

1 Day Acuvue TruEye(BC – 8.5/9.0, DIA 14.20) Free Shipping, Regular Price: $36.99, Special Price: $27.00

Acuvue Oasys 1 Day

Acuvue Oasys 1 Day(BC – 8.5/9.0, DIA 14.30) Free Shipping, Regular Price: $40.00, Special Price: $36.00.

Acuvue Oasys For Astigmatism

Acuvue Oasys For Astigmatism(BC – 8.6, DIA 14.50) Free Shipping, $35.00.

Acuvue Oasys with Hydraclear PLUS

Acuvue Oasys with Hydraclear PLUS(BC – 8.4/8.8, DIA 14) Free Shipping, $26.80.

Air Optix Aqua

Air Optix Aqua(BC – 8.6, DIA 14.20), $30.00

Air Optix For Astigmatism

Air Optix For Astigmatism(BC – 8.7, DIA 14.50), Regular Price: $25.00

Air Optix Multifocal

Air Optix Multifocal(BC – 8.6, DIA 14.20), Regular Price: $36.00, Special Price: $35.00.

Air Optix Night & Day

Air Optix Night & Day(BC – 8.4/8.6, DIA 13.80) Free Shipping, Regular Price: $51.00, Special Price: $45.00.

Biofinity

Biofinity (BC – 8.6, DIA 14), Regular Price: $29.00, Special Price: $27.49.

Biofinity Toric

Biofinity Toric (BC – 8.7, DIA 14.50), Regular Price: $49.00, Special Price: $47.88

Biomedics 1 Day Extra

Biomedics 1 Day Extra (BC – 8.6, DIA 14.20),$22.00.

Biomedics 1 Day Extra Toric

Biomedics 1 Day Extra Toric (BC – 8.7, DIA 14.50), Regular Price: $36.00, Special Price: $33.00.

Biomedics 55 Evolution

Biomedics 55 Evolution (BC – 8.6, DIA 14.20), $14.50.

Biomedics Toric

Biomedics Toric (BC – 8.7, DIA 14.50), $32.00.

Biotrue ONEday

Biotrue ONEday (BC – 8.6, DIA 14.2), $28.50.

Clariti 1 Day

Clariti 1 Day ( BC – 8.6, DIA 14.10 ), Regular Price: $30.00, Special Price: $23.00.

Clariti 1 Day Multifocal

Clariti 1 Day Multifocal ( BC – 8.6, DIA 14.10 ), Regular Price: $40.00, Special Price: $33.00.

Clariti 1 Day Toric

Clariti 1 Day Toric ( BC – 8.6, DIA 14.10 ), Regular Price: $37.00, Special Price: $30.00.


Dailies AquaComfort Plus

Dailies AquaComfort Plus (BC – 8.7, DIA 14), Regular Price: $24.00, Special Price: $21.00.

Dailies AquaComfort Plus Toric

Dailies AquaComfort Plus Toric (BC – 8.8, DIA 14.40), Regular Price: $32.00,$30.00.

Dailies Total 1

Dailies Total 1 ( BC – 8.5, DIA 14.10 ), $40.00

FreshLook ColorBlends

FreshLook ColorBlends (BC – 8.6, DIA 14.50), Regular Price: $17.95, Special Price: <$14.00.

FreshLook illuminate

FreshLook illuminate (BC – 8.6, DIA 13.80),$12.99.

FreshLook One Day Color

FreshLook One Day Color (BC – 8.6, DIA 13.80), $12.99. Proclear 1 Day (BC – 8.7, DIA 14.20),$24.00.

Proclear 1 Day Multifocal

Proclear 1 Day Multifocal (BC – 8.7, DIA 14.20),> $41.00.

Proclear Multifocal

Proclear Multifocal (BC – 8.7, DIA 14.40),$70.00.

Proclear Sphere

Proclear Sphere (BC – 8.6, DIA 14.20), $24.00.

Pure Vision 2 HD for Astigmatism

Pure Vision 2 HD for Astigmatism (BC – 8.9, DIA 14.50), $60.00.

PureVision 2 HD

PureVision 2 HD (BC – 8.6, DIA 14), $33.35.

SofLens 38

SofLens 38 (BC – 8.7, DIA 14.00), $17.00.

SofLens Daily Disposable For Astigmatism

SofLens Daily Disposable For Astigmatism (BC – 8.6, DIA 14.20), $25.00.

SofLens Daily Disposable with Aspheric Optics

SofLens Daily Disposable with Aspheric Optics (BC – 8.6, DIA 14.20), $19.00.

SofLens Multi Focal

SofLens Multi Focal (BC – 8.5/8.8, DIA 14.50), $60.00.

SofLens Toric

SofLens Toric (BC – 8.5, DIA 14.50),$38.00.

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Air Optix Colors USD $22.90
Air Optix Night & Day USD $50.00
Air Optix Plus Hydraglyde USD $30.00
Air Optix plus HydraGlyde for Astigmatism USD $30.00
Dailies AquaComfort Plus USD $21.00
Dailies AquaComfort Plus Toric USD $35.00
Dailies Total 1 USD $36.00
Dailies Total 1 Multifocal USD $52.00
FreshLook ColorBlends USD $14.00
FreshLook illuminate USD $12.99
FreshLook One Day Color USD $12.99

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B&L Ultra USD $30.00
B&L Ultra for Astigmatism USD $49.00
Biotrue Oneday USD $28.50
Biotrue Oneday for Presbyopia USD $40.00
LACELLE Grace Daily USD $33.00
SofLens 38 USD $17.00
SofLens Daily Disposable For Astigmatism USD $25.00
SofLens Daily Disposable with Aspheric Optics USD $19.00
SofLens MultiFocal USD $60.00
SofLens Toric USD $38.00

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Avaira Vitality USD $35.00
Biofinity USD $29.00
Biofinity Multifocal USD $69.00
Biofinity Toric USD $47.88
Biomedics 1 Day Extra USD $22.00
Biomedics 1 Day Extra Toric USD $33.00
Biomedics 55 Evolution USD $14.50
Biomedics Toric USD $40.00
Clariti 1 Day USD $23.00
Clariti 1 Day Multifocal USD $33.00
Clariti 1 Day Toric USD $30.00
MyDay USD $30.00

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