Switching from glasses to contact lenses is a common progression amongst people with eye wear. The Acuvue advance contact lens is designed only for prescription use.
The use of the Acuvue advance contact lens is for correcting vision problems.
Your eye care professional will tell you, with testing, if contact lenses would be right for you. This doesn’t happen very often, but once in a while people can develop rare and serious eye problems. You can avoid these symptoms if you follow the directions and wear and replace your contact lenses.
With any type of contact lens, you should not wear them if you have an eye infection. If you are experiencing any type of eye discomfort or have excessive tearing in your lens you should have them replaced. The Acuvue advance contact lens website will supply information on how to properly wear, care and keep your contacts safe.
Acuvue Advance Contact Lens Quality
Acuvue advance contact lenses have Hydraclear in them. This is a Johnson & Johnson brand of technology. This technology provides a moisture-rich wetting agent with a high performance base of materials. This forms a clear, wet lens with a uniquely soft feel.
UV – Absorbent
You can purchase UV-absorbing contacts to protect you from harmful sunrays. You should never substitute this type of contact for actual goggles or sunglasses. This is because your eyes are not fully covered and not all parts of your eyes will be protected.
Long term exposure to these harmful rays has been known to cause cataracts. The Acuvue advance contact lens protects the eyes from harmful radiation, but it is not yet known if they protect from cataracts.
The Acuvue Advance Range
From different colors to lift the cosmetic appearance to general vision lenses, Acuvue has many different types to choose from. The Acuvue range have basically enabled people to be themselves and more importantly, they are comfortable, and easy to handle.