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CRT contact lenses "the real deal"
A new type of contact lens is helping to revolutionise the eyecare market by providing people with an effective alterative to surgery, one expert has pointed out.
Contact lens suitability "depends on the individual"
The most suitable type of contact lens for somebody who requires vision correction depends entirely on the individual, it has been observed.
Bausch & Lomb is testing a new lens called Ultra.
The last significant new contact lens material, silicon hydrogel, was introduced nearly a decade ago in 2008.
Ordering contact lenses online "can save you money"
People are always looking at ways to cut down their everyday outgoings, but many people do not realise how many options are open to them, it has been noted.
Contact lenses "are the future of augmented reality"
While many people believe the future of augmented reality would come with high-tech glasses or a smartphone, scientists are working on contact lenses that could change the way people see the world.
Innovega is developing the iOptik lens that... Read more
"Always consult a professional" before using contact lenses
Contact lenses can help to transform people's lives by providing them with hitherto unknown visual clarity, but they are also medical products and should be treated as such, one expert has pointed out.
BCLA issues contact lens tips
Contact lens wearers have been issued with some tips on how to get the best out of the products, with the British Contact Lens Association (BCLA) advising people to be safety-conscious.
Contact lenses continue to increase in popularity
Contact lenses have been increasing in popularity annually for decades and millions of people the world over prefer them to glasses.
New contact lenses "will make eyedrops obsolete"
A new type of contact lens which is capable of dispensing medication into the eye could lead to eyedrops becoming obsolete, it has been claimed.
"Little time" spent researching contact lenses
A relatively short amount of time is spent by contact lens wearers when they are researching new eyecare products, according to a new survey.
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