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Acuvue Oasys for Presbyopia
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Acuvue Oasys for Presbyopia
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Acuvue® Oasys™ for Presbyopia contact lenses are manufactured by Vistakon® Inc. and are made from a silicone hydrogel material that is coated with an internal wetting agent that wets the lens from the inside out. The Hydraclear® technology used in the production of this lens provides the addition of the moisture rich element that enables Acuvue® Oasys™ for Presbyopia to deliver exceptional, long lasting comfort so that you may enjoy a unique, soft, silky feel – no matter how long your day lasts. The lenses also feature Stereo Precision Technology™, which is described by Vistakon as “a unique optical design that works your eye’s natural depth of clear focus”.
 Lens Type:  1-2 week disposable soft contact lenses.
 Package Content:  6 soft contact lenses in sterile buffered saline solution with up to 0.005% methyl ether cellulose.
 Water Content:  38% H2O
 Material:  62% poymer (senofilcon A)
 Manufacturer:  Johnson & Johnson, FL. USA
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Acuvue Oasys for Presbyopia Reviews
4 out of 4 people found this review useful:
Written By: John

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Bravo Oasys lenses. I am so happy that I can continue to look young and see at the same time. The day I started to have problems reading was a very nerve racking day because I thought that I had to go back to eyeglasses to see. Nobody told me about the developments in contacts and how they have solved the reading challenge. Excellent lenses you will love them.
4 out of 4 people found this review useful:
Written By: Martin

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A little dry eye
My eyes always had a dryness problem which was solved when I my eye doctor switched me to the Oasys lens. So when I began to experience reading problems with my old prescription I had hoped that Oasys had a solution for me. Indeed they did with their presbyopia lens. The word was hard to pronounce but the problem was simple. I couldn’t read clearly anymore and I needed a fix right away. The contacts worked for me and I was able to see objects at different distances. I guess that is what progressive is all about.
2 out of 3 people found this review useful:
Written By: Raymond

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Instant solution
I successfully wore Oasys for some time now. When I couldn’t read with my lenses anymore I did the logical thing – I went to my optometrist to ask what was wrong. Well it is a natural evolution of our eyes he said and the ideal solution is a lens that corrects for reading and distance at the same time. The lens worked instantly and I ended up with the same experience as I had with my progressive glasses except for the fact that I can play sports, scuba dive, and wear fashionable sunglasses.
3 out of 3 people found this review useful:
Written By: Liliana

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Stretch more
None of my friends knew what presbyopia was but I found out. Sometime after I celebrated my 45th birthday I couldn’t seem to be able to stretch my arms far enough to be able to read. So I called up my eye doctor and asked what I can do to fix this problem. There was no way I wanted to abandon my contacts. Even though it appeared like a difficult challenge the eye doctor said that it was now easy to help. I wore a trial pair of lenses and sure enough I was able to read and see out in the distance. Problem solved.
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