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Daily disposable contacts are designed to be worn for one day, then thrown out and replaced with a fresh pair of lenses. Daily disposables are now the most common type of contact lenses and probably one of the best options in terms of confort and convenience. Many eye care practitioners and consumers favor disposable contacts because of their health and convenience benefits. Just put a pair in the start of the day or whenever you need to, and take them out before you go to bed. Because you only wear each pair of lenses once, your eyes stay fresh and there's no need for cleaning or storage solutions.
Monthy disposable contacts are designed to be worn for a specific period of two weeks or one month, then thrown out and replaced with a fresh pair of lenses. Disposables are now the most common type of contact lenses. Many eye care practitioners and consumers favor disposable contacts because of their health and convenience benefits. Monthy disposable contact lenses are convenient and affordable, they are a great budget option.
Contact lenses are available for two different wear schedules: daily wear, meaning you remove them before sleeping; and extended wear, or overnight wear. What primarily distinguishes extended wear lenses is that they are made a revolutionary new material that allows more oxygen to reach your eye's helping keep them healthy and confortable. Clear, confortable vision all day and the flexibility to sleep in your contact lenses either occasionally or overnight for 30 nights.
Toric contact lenses are designed especially for people with astigmatism - where your eye is of a slightly irregular shape (oval). Unless you have an especially complex prescription, your astigmatism can probably be corrected with toric contact lenses, and you have many options. So, even if you've previously been told contact lenses aren't suitable for you, don't worry - we've problably got contact lenses that suits you.
Multifocal contact lenses are designed to give good vision to people who need help focusing close up (presbyopia - condition in which the aging eye is unable to focus on near objects. It typically begins around age 40. Additional symptoms include eyestrain, headaches and squinting . The key sign that you're developing presbyopia is that you need to hold reading material, like a menu, further from your eyes to see it clearly).They are an excellent option if you like freedom form your usual bifocal or varifocal glasses.