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Contact lens wearer recalls days of glass

The advances in contact lens technology have been pointed out by a woman who uses them.

Writing for the Philadelphia Inquirer, Lisa Scottoline recalled the days when contact... Read more


Contact lenses "do not impact the cornea"s properties"

Long-term wear of contact lenses does not significantly impact corneal resistance factor and corneal hysteresis, according to a new study.

The recently-published results of clinical trials testing a total of 17 subjects indicated... Read more


The contact lens of the future?

By the year 2020 contact lenses may be used as much more than a visual aid, according to the scientist behind a brand new prototype lens.

Designed by nanotechnology expert Babak Parviz, of the University of Washington, US, the new design could be used to turn the humble contact lens into a... Read more


Colour blind man tries contact lenses

A man who suffers from colour blindness has written about his experience of trying contact lenses to correct his vision.

In an article for the Daily Mail, 21-year-old Jolyon Wellington detailed his wearing of ChromaGen Read more


Lens choices outlined for cataracts

People with cataracts have been told of what sort of options exist for them.

In an article for WQAD, Lisa Brothers Arbisser explained that intraocular lenses (IOL) can be used to replace the lens which has become clouded with the cataract.

The Toric lens is a premium monofocal... Read more


Keratoconus-suffering pianist speaks of contact lens history

A piano player who suffers from the eye disease keratoconus has given details of how he has worn contact lenses over the years.

Riley McKinch, who is in his early 20"s, suffered sight deterioration from the age of 13 and was... Read more


Implanted contact lens restores man"s sight

An Alabama man who was legally blind has had a contact lens implanted to correct his extreme short sight.

Clinton Gee spoke to news provider WTVY.com about the procedure, which he had carried out at the Southeast Eye Clinic in... Read more


Contact lens use in Malaysia "on the rise"

Contact lens wearing is seeing an increase in Malaysia.

This is according to a report in the New Straits Times Online, which included data from Ciba Vision.

The report stated that while Taiwan has a Read more


Glasses created for computer vision syndrome

An expert has spoken about the glasses he has developed to help people who spend long periods of time using computers.

Opthalmologist Richard W Yee of the University of Texas Health Science Centre"s Cizik Eye Centre told Ivanhoe that his spectacles help people suffering from sensitivity and... Read more


Presbyopia sufferers "do not need to give up contact lenses"

People who suffer from dry eyes related to presbyopia have been told that they can still wear their contact lenses.

Eye doctor Susan Resnick told the Foster Folly News that Read more

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