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Specialty Lenses

  • Dailies Total 1
  • Dailies AquaComfort Plus
  • Focus Dailies Toric
  • Focus Dailies Progressives
  • Air Optix Aqua
  • Air Optix Night and Day Aqua
  • Air Optix Multifocal
  • Air Optix for Astigmatism
  • FreshLook ColorBlends
  • FreshLook One Day
  • FreshLook Dimensions

  • Proclear 1 Day Multifocal
  • Proclear 1 Day
  • Clear Sight 1 Day
  • Biofinity
  • Biofinity Toric
  • Biofinity MultiFocal
  • Proclear
  • Proclear EP
  • Proclear Multifocal
  • Proclear Toric
  • Proclear Multifocal Toric
  • Avaira
  • Avaira Toric

  • Soflens Daily Disposable
  • PureVision 2
  • PureVision 2 for Astigmatism
  • PureVision Multifocal
  • Soflens Multifocal
  • SoflensToric

  • 1-Day Acuvue Moist
  • 1-Day Acuvue TrueEyes
  • Acuvue Oasys with Hydraclear
  • Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism
  • Acuvue Colours
  • Acuvue Oasys for Presbyopia

Daily Disposable Contacts

Treat your eyes to a new lens every day. The only type of lens designed to optimize comfort, clarity, health and convenience! "New Lenses"typically always feel terrific. Experience a new pair EVERY DAY without the hassle of cleaning and maintenance. No more case…No more solution…
You can potentially even have this experience in a Toric lenses (lenses designed to correct for astigmatism – See Below!)

Soft MultiFocals

Whether you're reading, driving or working on a computer, you can enjoy clear vision* in MULTIFOCAL contact lenses over the age of 40. They're able to provide healthy amounts of oxygen and work to keep your eye moist, all the while resisting deposit buildup. Lenses that provide smooth transition as your eyes move naturally from one focal distance to another - near, intermediate and far.

*Dependant upon parameters of fit and power availability


Specialty Lenses (for Irregular corneas, keratoconus, post-surgical corneal grafts, etc.)

RGP's (Rigid Gas Permeable)

Gas permeable contact lenses are rigid lenses made of durable plastic that transmits oxygen. GP contact lenses are rigid, but they shouldn't be confused with old-fashioned hard contact lenses, which are now obsolete. The "old hard lens"was made from a material that was not a healthy material for the eye for it did not allow oxygen to pass through the lens.

RGP lenses also provide very good or even great vision are generally very durable and tend to be deposit resistance. With that said, unfortunately RGP lenses require adaptation as they are not nearly as comfortable as soft contacts initially. In most case, the eyes can adapt, but for most people it does take some time (days to weeks). In addition, there is not as much versatility in the solutions available for these types of lenses.

Scleral RGP's

  • When a RGP design will not fit properly or provide good vision and soft lenses cannot provide good vision.
  • Fitting of irregular corneas with conditions such as Keratoconus, trauma, or post-surgical deformities to a graft, RK, PRK, LRI, LASIK and LASEK.
  • In conditions where the cornea and/or sclera are extremely dry and need protection from direct exposure.
  • It is usually the most efficient lens for difficult contact lens fittings.

Hybrid Contacts

In a hybrid contact lens the central optical zone is made of a RGP material (a button) and is then surrounded by a "skirt" of soft lens material. The goal of hybrid lenses is to provide the crisp optics of a RGP lens combined with the comfort comparable to soft lenses. This type of lens is also designed for patients with Keratoconus and post surgical corneal issues.

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