Contact Lens

The purpose of contact lenses is to correct or improve the vision of people with near-sight (myopia), far-sight (hyperopia), presbyopia, and astigmatism. For people who are far-sighted, images come into focus behind the retina; for people who are near-sighted, images come into focus in front of the retina. For both, the result is a blurring of vision. Lenses work by changing the direction of light so that images come into focus on the retina. The greater the index of refraction of the lens material and the greater the difference in the curvature between the two surfaces of the lens, the greater the change in direction of light that passes through it and the greater the correction.

Contact Lenses provide a field of view unobstructed by spectacle frames. They do not fog up or get splattered, so it is possible to see well while walking in the rain. They are less noticeable than any style of spectacle. Our contact lens department (Phone: 94433 84054) provides the following:

  • Scleral Lens
  • Soft Contact Lenses (Toric, Cosmetic, Prosthetic)
  • Rigid Gas Permeable (RGP) Contact Lenses
  • Disposable Contact Lenses (daily, 2 weeks, 1 month, 3 months and yearly)
  • Extended wear Contact Lenses
  • Rose k
  • Piggy back
  • Hybrid lenses
  • Bandage contact lens
  • Multifocal Lenses (for Presbyopia)

If you Have Any Questions Call Us On (0422)-2553077, 2542627