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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The contact lens is said to have the highest surface lubricity and the highest breathability (or oxygen transmissibility) of any leading daily disposable contact lens.
Ron Hamilton, who founded the one-day disposable contact lens business Daysoft has been awarded a CBE in the Queen's New Year Honours List.
ClearLab develops and manufactures a wide range of disposable contact lens products and distributes these lenses in markets outside of the United States.
d) Re-fit from a RGP to a soft monthly disposable contact lens
For eye care practitioners, choosing to prescribe a daily disposable contact lens is largely driven by the convenience offered for the patient, often in combination with various health and compliance considerations.
Today, you are more likely to reach for a daily disposable contact lens, a two weekly, or monthly replacement silicone hydrogel lens.
It is the world's first daily disposable contact lens made with a super-breathable silicone hydrogel material that provides 98 percent of available oxygen to the open eye.
An evaluation of 1-day disposable contact lens wear in a population of allergy sufferers.