If you think you cannot wear contact lenses because of your prescription, think again. Hydrasoft Sphere Aphakic lenses offer the widest ranges of prescriptions available in the contact lens industry. Additionally, they offer the outstanding fit of an honestly custom-made lens. You’ll enjoy crisp, clear superior vision as well as high durability and extreme comfort with this lens. Each lens is custom made and individually packed in a vial in a saline suspension. Hydrasoft Sphere lenses last for up to one year with proper cleaning and storage.
1 What prescription do I need to use Hydrasoft Sphere Aphakic DW contacts?
Hydrasoft Sphere contacts are custom made for a perfect fit, and offer one of the broadest ranges of prescription availability on the market. If you have had trouble finding a suitable contact lens in the past because of a challenging prescription, these may be the contact lenses for you.
2 Are Hydrasoft Sphere Aphakic DW for extended wear?
No. “Extended Wear” means that a contact lense has been designed to allow the user to wear them for a number of days without removing them. Hydrasoft Sphere contact lenses are designed and approved for daily wear, which means that you must remove your contacts every night before bed for cleaning and disinfection.
3 Can I sleep wearing my Hydrasoft Sphere Aphakic DW contacts?
You should not sleep in your Hydrasoft Sphere (DW) contact lenses. They have not been approved for overnight use. Sleeping in contact lenses can put your eyes at risk of irritation, infections, and in some cases vision-threatening eye disorders. To ensure the health and safety of your eyes, be sure to remove your contacts each evening.
4 Are Hydrasoft Sphere Aphakic DW disposable?
No, Hydrasoft Sphere lenses are intended for long term use. With proper care, including cleaning, disinfection and storage, your Hydrasoft Sphere contact lenses can give you crystal clear vision for up to a year before they need to be replaced. As each patient’s needs are unique, be sure to discuss a wearing and replacement schedule with your eye doctor.