disposable contact lens


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disposable contact lens

A soft contact lens worn for a week or two and then discarded.
See also: lens
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Hamilton, executive chairman of contact lens maker Daysoft, invented and developed the world's first daily disposable contact lens before selling his business to Bausch & Lomb in 1996.
Vistakon makes the Acuvue disposable contact lens and commands about 80% of the market.
s "Magic," a daily disposable contact lens pack that provides wearers with both functionality and ultra-thin portability through its minimalist design, won the 2012 Gold Award for Brand and Identity Experience at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity.
World's Thinnest Daily Disposable Contact Lens Featuring Flat Pack Technology
The contact lens manufacturer highlights that the new daily disposable contact lens features both HydraLuxe technology and an eyelid stabilised design for "stable vision and exceptional comfort.
THE inventor of the daily disposable contact lens has warned small Scots companies that protecting their creative ideas is crucial for building a successful business.
UltraVision will be "bringing fun" into patients' lives at the BCLA Conference and Exhibition as it presents its new monthly disposable contact lens, Avanti.