Contact lenses are small, circular acrylic discs intended to protect the cornea; the eye’s translucent forehead mask. When used with caution and sufficient attention, the contact lenses offer a convenient and reliable means of adjusting vision. Depending on your eyes and lifestyle, they may provide a decent alternative to eyeglasses.
Contact lens should be used for aesthetic purposes, too. But it’s necessary to closely follow the instructions for the proper lens to prevent problems that endanger vision.
Types of contact lenses:
Daily-wear soft lenses: Soft contacts are the most natural for everyday wear and the eyes can learn to wear them in less time than hard contact contacts. During intense physical exercise, these soft lenses can be worn to perform every sport with less probability that the lenses may fall out of place. Daily-wear lenses should be detached, washed and kept regularly.
Disposable Contact Lenses: Disposable contact lenses are lenses intended to be updated on a frequent basis typically on a normal, bi-weekly or monthly basis. Thus, a better option for the contact lenses available. Regular disposable contact lenses are a perfect choice for those who just choose to use their contact lenses for example for sport or night out a few days a week. They often eliminate the need for washing, because they are installed in the morning (before the day/play sport/work starts) and then thrown away at the end of the day providing outstanding comfort and excellent value for money.
Soft contact lenses:
Rigid contact lenses: Rigid gas Typically, Permeable contact lenses are used to fix mild astigmatism rates. They provide excellent vision clarification particularly in cases of abnormal astigmatism (such as keratoconus). These need an integration time longer than the soft lenses.
Bifocal contact lenses: Bifocal contact lenses are intended to offer excellent visibility for those with a disease called presbyopia. The biggest indication when you are having presbyopia is that you need to hold advertisements, magazines and other reading content away from the eyes to see anything better. Bifocal contact lenses come in both flexible plastics and hard gas-permeable plastics (GP). Each lens is FDA-approved for a continuous use lasting up to 30 days.
Extended wear contact lenses: Leave-in contact lenses (extended wear) are intended to be regularly used for 30 days and nights and only substituted by a new contact lens. We deliver the best in simplicity because they don’t normally need removal or manual washing.
Toric contact lenses: are constructed of the same substance as normal contact (spherical) lenses. Toric lenses have two properties in them produced at various angles of curvatures (one for astigmatism the other for either myopia or hyperopia.
Coloured contact lenses: come with three types: clarity tints, contrast tints and reflective tints. A brightness tint is typically a bright blue or green tint applied to a mirror, either to make you see it clearer through installation and removal or if you lose it. Metallic contacts come in a wide range of shades including hazel, purple, blue, violet, amethyst and white.