Are Contact Lenses Right for You?
While LASIK eye surgery can correct most types of vision impairments, LASIK surgery is not for everyone. For example, some astigmatisms cannot be corrected by LASIK eye surgery while some people simply prefer contact lenses over eye surgery.
Bausch & Lomb offers enhanced optics soft contact lenses, providing exceptional clarity regardless of your vision correction needs. PureVision is the first family of silicone hydrogel lenses made of AerGel™, a unique material designed to deliver extraordinary comfort and health. PureVision contact lenses have an enhanced optical design that creates crisp, sharp vision beyond what you are likely used to – especially at night and in low light conditions.
Bausch & Lomb PureVision® contact lenses are the first lenses made using our unique AerGel™ material, delivering exceptional vision, with outstanding comfort and health.
Their unique optical design makes them the only lens that successfully reduces spherical aberration – a natural condition that causes objects to appear blurred or hazy – and the special rounded edge profile ensures a comfortable fit on your eye. With PureVision lenses you’ll always experience life with visual clarity and comfort that fits the demands of your lifestyle.
AerGel™ makes PureVision lenses exceptionally healthy. They allow natural levels of oxygen to reach your eyes, and resist protein buildup – your eyes stay comfortable all day long and well into the night.
Toric Contact Lenses
Bausch & Lomb PureVision® Toric contact lenses are designed to meet the special vision correction needs of people with astigmatism. Now, they can see their world with the same breathtaking clarity as other PureVision lens wearers.
Did you ever think that you couldn’t wear contacts if you have an astigmatism? Well think again. Bausch & Lomb PureVision® Toric lenses are uniquely designed to meet the special vision correction needs of people with astigmatism.
Now people with astigmatism can see their world with the same breathtaking clarity as other PureVision lens wearers. PureVision Toric lenses use the world’s #1 toric design, delivering clear, stable vision – blink after blink.
AerGel™ makes PureVision Toric lenses exceptionally healthy. They allow natural levels of oxygen to reach your eyes, and resist protein buildup – so your eyes stay comfortable all day long and well into the night.
Multi-Focal Contact Lenses
If you thought presbyopia – the need for reading glasses – meant the end of contact lenses, think again. PureVision® Multi-Focal contact lenses allow you to stay in your contacts instead of moving to bifocals or reading glasses.
If you’re having trouble reading things up close, chances are, you’re experiencing presbyopia, a naturally occurring vision condition that begins to affect most people in their 40s. But, just because you have presbyopia doesn’t mean you need bifocals or reading glasses.
Multi-Focal contact lenses are now available and feature an innovative optical design allowing you to see clearly at all distances – near, far, and everywhere in-between.
The PureVision brand is the first family of silicone hydrogel lenses made of AerGel™, a unique material designed to deliver extraordinary comfort and health.
Comfortable, Healthy Contact Lens Wear
Because PureVision Multi-Focal lenses are made of AerGel™, a unique material that lets natural levels of oxygen reach your eyes, they stay comfortable and healthy, while resisting protein and debris buildup on the lens. So comfortable, in fact, you may hardly notice you’re wearing lenses at all. The lenses are also designed to resist protein and debris buildup. This means your lenses stay clean.
Thanks to a unique rounded edge design, PureVision lenses fit comfortably in your eyes all day, and well into the night. Plus, unlike most contact lenses, PureVision lenses are for daily wear and are FDA-approved for up to 30 days of continuous wear*. Which means, regardless of your wearing schedule, you can be sure your PureVision lenses will be comfortable and your eyes will be healthy.
As always, follow the wearing schedule
your eye care professional prescribes.