If you have astigmatism, you may sometimes feel like the one man out—having greater visual struggles and fewer realistic options for correcting them than those around you. But in reality, technology has come a long way in recent years and individuals with astigmatism have excellent choices that no longer require meaningful compromises in visual clarity.
SynergEyes Clear Vision Consumer Blog
At SynergEyes, we pride ourselves in delivering contact lens products that improve vision and ultimately enhance the quality of everyday life.
This blog is geared towards our contact lens wearers and covers broad topics like eye health and eye diseases as well as helpful articles on the handling and care of SynergEyes lenses like Duette and UltraHealth.
At SynergEyes we understand that there is a lot of uncertainty with regard to prevention of the spread of COVID-19 and many optometry patients are looking to their doctors for advice regarding what they should do regarding contact lens wear.
The American Optometric Association (AOA) has issued the following advice that will help you ensure you are wearing and caring for your contact lenses properly:
We are very excited to announce the launch of SimplifEyes 1Day Daily Disposable Contact Lenses enhanced with Dual Tangible Polymers. In an effort to simplify your life and make the process of wearing and enjoying contact lenses better than ever, we now offer a disposable contact lens that requires no maintenance, no solution, and no upkeep. Simply throw them out at the end of the day and start with a fresh lens tomorrow.
Sometime after the age of 40, most people start to notice some changes in their vision. It’s typically in this decade of life that eyes begin to lose the ability to focus on objects up close—especially in dim lighting conditions. A normal, age-related condition called presbyopia is usually to blame for these difficulties.
Do your contact lenses sometimes feel uncomfortable at the end of the day? Or, have they recently started to feel less comfortable than they once did?
There are many reasons you may desire to wear contact lenses. You may have bad vision and prefer contact lenses for either cosmetic or medical vision correction reasons.
It seems like every time you visit the eye doctor there are new posters and brochures placed throughout the office letting you know about a new contact lens
Refractive surgery changes the corneal surface or your eye, which can make fitting contact lenses more challenging than it would otherwise be.