The right contact lenses are the ones that best suit your eye needs and lifestyle. Each eye is unique: the type of contact lens that is right for your friend is not the right one for you. Some people have dry eyes that need a lot of hydration. Some prefer to wear disposable lense so that they can wear a new one each day, while others opt for reusable lenses.
What is the best type of lenses for me?
You’ll find tons of ratings, information, and opinions online. But ultimately, the best lense for you must meet these three requirements:
- Be comfortable: so that you hardly notice that you are wearing them
- Correct your specific visual deficiencies
- Adapt to your daily activities: there is a type of lens for every lifestyle
What contact lenses are suitable for my lifestyle?
You can find types of that fit all kinds of lifestyles. Whatever your needs, our specialists will help you find that will give you flexibility and freedom in your day-to-day life.
Here are some things to consider before your contact lens appointment.
How often will you wear contact lenses?
Every day, a few times a week, or just for specific activities (eg, playing sports)?
Would you like to wear new glasses every day?
Disposable daily lense might be your best option, as they are used only once and then thrown away.
The activities you do and the places you go
There are goals designed for any situation: from spending a lot of time in front of screens to playing intense sports in any weather.
Disposable lenses or reusable lenses?
Find the lenses that fit your lifestyle
The contact lenses that suit your eye needs
There are different types of suitable for specific eye shapes and prescriptions. Most of today’s soft lenses can correct all visual defects: from myopia to visual degeneration due to age.
Other types of soft contact lense are used to correct specific conditions. If you have astigmatism, you will need to wear toric lenses. If your age is around 40 and you have started to see blurry near objects, you can use multifocal instead of reading glasses, bifocals or multifocals.
Silicone hydrogel or hydrogel contact lenses?
Contact lense for astigmatism and presbyopia
III. COLOR LENSE FOR OCCASIONAL USE
Colored contact lenses
Go from brown to blue in the blink of an eye with opaque contact lense. Highlight your green eyes with emerald lenses. Prepare to terrorize on Halloween with all-white glasses! Whether you fancy a subtle change or want a more pronounced one, colored contact lense can help you achieve it. You can wear colored lense even if you don’t need optical glasses or vision correction.
Prescription colored lenses
Change your style and enjoy a sharper view at the same time. Did you know that some colored contact lense can correct vision problems such as nearsightedness and farsightedness?
If you haven’t tried tinted lense yet, talk to a specialist. Our experts will help you find that match the look you are looking for. It would be best to start with that bring out the natural color of your eyes. Once you’re comfortable with them, you can have fun experimenting with more radical color changes.
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