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Contact Lenses

Vision For Future

WHAT  MEETS  YOUR  NEEDS ?

Contact lenses are thin soft lenses that sit on top of the cornea (the clear outer layer of the eye). They correct refractive errors to make your vision clearer, just like eyeglasses.

If used correctly, they can be a safe and effective alternative to eyeglasses.

Almost all refractive errors, like being nearsighted or farsighted can be addressed.

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ACUVUE® OASYS with Transitions™

The first-of-its-kind with the highest level of UV protection available in contact lenses, including 100% protection against UVB rays. They darken in less than a minute and fade back to clear in about 90 seconds when you're no longer in bright light.

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AIR OPTIX® COLORS

A beautiful look that blends naturally with any eye colour. Whether you have dark eyes or light, whether you need vision correction or not. These breathable* contact lenses provide stunning eye color and outstanding comfort.

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Daily Disposable

Daily contact lenses are known for their convenience. Wear them for a day and then throw them away. These are the healthiest contacts you can wear and are ideal for those with allergies since they don't lead to bacteria buildup.

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Bi-Weekly Disposable

Acuvue Oasys contact lenses offer a balance between comfort and lower maintenance. Find an option that is right for you, whether you are nearsighted or farsighted, or if you have astigmatism.

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Monthly Disposable

Plan on wearing these contact lenses for a whole month, or about 30 days, before they need to be discarded.

It is important to note that monthly contacts need a little more care and upkeep, so plan to care for them during wear.

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Multifocal

Multifocal contact lenses have multiple prescriptions all in one lens. There is typically a prescription for very close objects: one prescription for normal objects viewed at a distance, and then prescriptions for intermediate distances.

This setup helps people with presbyopia correct age-related vision problems where the eye can no longer focus on objects up close.

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