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DAILIES® brand contact lenses provide outstanding comfort and convenience for a wide-range of vision conditions.

SHORT SIGHTEDNESS (MYOPIA)

How are you with road signs or movie screens? What about newspapers and labels?

If you can see objects nearby with no problem, but reading road signs or making out the writing on the board at school is more difficult, you may be short sighted
Your eye care professional may refer to the condition as myopia.

Myopia (short sightedness) is not a disease, nor does it mean that you have “bad eyes.” It simply refers to a variation in the focus of your eyes. The degree of variation determines whether or not you will need corrective eyewear and how strong a correction you will need to see clearly.

For more information on contact lenses and vision correction needs, go to www.wearlenses.co.uk or see your eye care professional.

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LONG SIGHTEDNESS (HYPEROPIA)

Trouble reading things close up but fine with reading at a distance? Does reading a book give you a headache?

If so, you may be long sighted or have an eye condition known as Hyperopia. Long sightedness causes the eyes to exert extra effort to see close up. After viewing nearby objects for an extended period, blurred vision, headaches and eyestrain may occur.

Long sightedness isn’t a disease, nor does it mean that you have “bad eyes”. It simply means that you have a variation in the focus of your eyes. The degree of variation will determine whether or not you will need corrective lenses.

For more information on contact lenses and vision correction needs, go to www.wearlenses.co.uk or see your eye care professional.

  • DAILIES TOTAL ONE® Contact Lenses DAILIES TOTAL1® Contact Lenses

    DAILIES TOTAL1® water gradient contact lenses designed with a surface approaching 100% water at the very outer surface2*,provide a silky-smooth surface for comfort that lasts until the end of the day.1

    *In vitro measurement of unworn lenses.

  • DAILIES® AquaComfort Plus® Contact Lenses DAILIES® AquaComfort Plus® Contact Lenses

    Get refreshing comfort, so you can make the most of every day—with blink-activated moisture technology and the convenience of contact lenses you simply throw away at the end of the day.

ASTIGMATISM

Blurry vision no matter where you look, close-up or far away?

If your answer is yes, you may have astigmatism. It sounds like a scary word but actually having astigmatism is a very common condition; it’s not a disease and it doesn’t mean you have “bad eyes.” Astigmatism usually occurs when the front surface of the eye, the cornea, has an irregular curvature. This difference in shape affects the ability to focus, which can result in blurry vision. You could say the cornea's shape is more like that of a rugby ball than a football. This means you may have had difficulty wearing the standard sphere shaped contact lenses.

For more information on contact lenses and vision correction needs, go to www.wearlenses.co.uk or see your eye care professional.

MULTIFOCAL (PRESBYOPIA)

When you pick up a menu have you started to move it away from you in order to read it? Have you come to the point where your arm isn’t long enough for that trick to work anymore?

The above scenario is a common telltale symptom of Presbyopia. Unfortunately, as we get older, the lenses in our eyes lose some of their elasticity, and with this they lose some of their ability to change focus for different distances. The loss is gradual. Long before we become aware that seeing close up is becoming more difficult, the lenses in our eyes have begun losing their ability to change shape to help focus light rays. Only when the loss of elasticity impairs our vision to a noticeable degree do we recognise the change.

For more information on contact lenses and vision correction needs, go to www.wearlenses.co.uk or see your eye care professional.

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