Do Air Optix HydraGlyde have UV protection?
Combine the popular Air Optix Aqua lens design with Alcon’s SmartShield Technology and Hydraglyde, and you get a new monthly silicone hydrogel based contact lens – Air Optix plus Hydraglyde.
Air Optix plus HydraGlyde – Parameters and Specs.
|AIR OPTIX plus HydraGlyde|
|Dynamic Light Absorption||No|
|Visibility Tint||Yes Light Blue (VISITINT®)|
Which is better Acuvue or Air Optix?
Overall, both lenses impress. Air Optix Aqua gets points on price as this is a monthly replacement lens, compared to the 2-week replacement schedule of ACUVUE OASYS®, so the price is a bit lower. … Air Optix Aqua does not provide UV blocking, an area where ACUVUE OASYS® rocks due to first-class UVA and UVB blocking.
Are monthly contacts good for 30 days or 30 wears?
Monthly disposable contact lenses should be thrown away precisely 30 days after opening the blister pack, regardless of the number of times you have worn them. If you don’t wear your eye contact lenses every day, consult with your optometrist about daily disposable contact lenses.
Is Air Optix HydraGlyde a monthly lens?
Yes, Air Optix HydraGlyde contact lenses are monthly use, to be worn for up to 30 days as long as they are removed, cleaned and stored correctly overnight after each day of use. Air Optix HydraGlyde can also be worn for up to 6 nights, as long as this is approved by your optician.
Is Air Optix HydraGlyde daily?
Yes. AIR OPTIX ® brand contact lenses deliver all day comfort on contact, all day, every day. AIR OPTIX ® brand contact lenses are made with our SmartShield® Technology, which creates an ultra-thin protective layer to help shield your lenses from irritating deposits all month long.
Can you go blind from sleeping in contacts?
Sleeping in contacts that are meant for daily wear can lead to infections, corneal ulcers, and other health problems that can cause permanent vision loss. Contact lenses reduce the much-needed supply of oxygen to the cornea, or the surface of your eye.
Is Air Optix safe?
For daily wear or up to 6 nights extended wear for near/far-sightedness, astigmatism and/or presbyopia. Risk of serious eye problems (i.e., corneal ulcer) is greater for extended wear. In rare cases, loss of vision may result. Side effects like discomfort, mild burning or stinging may occur.