An overview of the day lens choices
People wear contact lenses to correct a range of refractive errors, including short-sightedness, long-sightedness, astigmatism, and presbyopia. They can be used to slow down the progression of myopia and may also be used to treat eye diseases such as keratoconus.
Contacts give you a full field of focused vision
Although contact lenses are available in the same prescription strength as glasses, they give wearers a full field of focused vision wherever they look. As they are designed to move with your eyes, contacts can help improve your peripheral and dynamic visual performance.
If you lead an active lifestyle, contact lenses will give you more freedom and flexibility to enjoy your favourite activities. Lenses are lighter and less obtrusive than glasses, which means you can run and move with greater ease, especially if you participate in contact sports, such as football, rugby or combat sports like judo.