There are many different types of contact lenses

We offer you the following variants to choose from:

  • Daily lenses
  • Weekly lenses
  • Two-week lenses
  • Monthly lenses
  • Three-month lenses
  • Half-year lenses
  • Annual lenses (soft and stable)

Exchange contact lenses

Replacement lenses are contact lenses that are disposed of after a specified period of use and replaced with new lenses. The most common replacement contact lenses are monthly disposable lenses and daily disposable lenses. However, weekly lenses, bi-weekly lenses, three-monthly lenses and six-monthly lenses also count as replacement lenses. The longer the specified maximum period of use, the more intensive the care required for replacement lenses. The shorter the period of use, the more hygienic the lenses are. Replacement lenses are also available as toric and multifocal contact lenses. Toric contact lenses are used for irregular corneas.

Multifocal contact lenses contain several zones with different refractive indices and are therefore suitable for near and distance vision in the case of presbyopia. Daily disposable lenses offer hygiene benefits as, unlike reusable lenses, they do not need to be cleaned and stored. Many wearers also find them more comfortable,  as they have a fresh, clean lens on their eye every day. In addition, daily disposable contact lenses can be a good option for people with allergies or dry eye symptoms. It is important to choose the right type of contact lenses for your eyes and for your needs. Take advantage of our personalised advice and professional fitting. You are also welcome to talk to us about coloured contact lenses.

Hard contact lenses (stable contact lenses)

It is a misconception that rigid contact lenses must be uncomfortable to wear.

Rigid contact lenses, also known as hard contact lenses, are lenses made of a solid gas-permeable material. Unlike soft contact lenses, rigid contact lenses are more durable and often offer better quality of vision, especially for people with astigmatism or other special vision requirements.

Rigid contact lenses are usually smaller than soft lenses and only cover the pupil. They allow a good supply of oxygen to the eye and can therefore be worn over a longer period of time.

It is important to clean and care for rigid contact lenses regularly to avoid infections and other problems. They should also be checked regularly to ensure that they fit correctly and that the vision correction is still appropriate.

Hard contact lenses offer several advantages, including durability, excellent visual appearance and resistance to deposits. However, due to their rigid nature, new wearers may experience an adjustment period. In addition, proper care and maintenance are essential to ensure the longevity and comfort of these contact lenses.

Annual lenses

Do you need a customised contact lens for optimum vision?

Annual contact lenses are particularly suitable for people whose visual acuity remains largely constant. Annual contact lenses are suitable for people with severe visual defects, as contact lenses can be customised. There are rigid and soft annual lenses for short-sighted and long-sighted people. These are also available as toric and multifocal annual lenses. Toric contact lenses are used for irregular corneas. Multifocal contact lenses contain several zones with different refractive indices and are therefore suitable for near and distance vision with presbyopia.

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