Bausch & LombBAUSCH AND LOMB contact lenses offer a wide range of lens options. You can order high-quality silicone hydrogel, soft toric, rigid gas permeable or daily disposable lenses at a cost that fits your budget. Your doctor can prescribe you BAUSCH AND LOMB'S Contact Lenses if you are nearsighted, farsighted or if you have astigmatism or presbyopia. We collect only the best brands on Contacts Direct, and BAUSCH AND LOMB are one of them.
Is Bausch and Lomb better than Acuvue?
Bausch and Lomb and Acuvue® are both excellent brands and the difference in quality is minimal.
How long can you wear Bausch & Lomb ultra contact lenses?
Bausch & Lomb ultra contact lenses can be worn for 8 hours a day tops. Every hour you wear lenses longer than 8 hours, you’ll be increasing your risk of developing a corneal ulcer or a more serious eye infection.
What brand of contact lenses are the most comfortable?
The higher the Dk value, the more comfortable they are. For example, if you are wearing a Dk of 1.5 lenses, you will have a more comfortable lens than a Dk of 1.25 lens. However, many other factors make a lens comfortable, such as the lens material’s thickness, the lens design, and the lens material used.
Are Bausch and Lomb ultra contacts good?
Bausch and Lomb Ultra contact lenses are very good and provide incredible comfort.
How long can I wear Bausch and Lomb contacts?
Bausch and Lomb contact lenses are approved for daily wear until a maximum of three months, if there are signs of deterioration before.
Which contact lens material is best for eyes?
All contact lens materials are safe for the eyes. Is very important though to always clean your lenses according to the lens manufacturer’s instructions. The risk if you’re not is that the lens may be contaminated with bacteria or viruses.
Can I sleep in PureVision 2 contacts?
PureVision 2 contact lenses are not designed to be worn overnight. Wearing contacts overnight can also cause discomfort and dry eyes. Sleeping with contacts can cause damage to the cornea, a type of tissue in your eye that is the front surface of your lens.