PureVision contacts are unique lenses feature the Bausch & Lomb patented AerGel silicon hydrogel material, offering not only superior comfort but allowing for the maximum oxygenation of the eye. Additionally, the PureVision lenses offer the perfect crisp, clear vision you crave thanks to their ability to correct spherical aberration. Made to be worn anywhere from daily to up to thirty days as extended wear lenses. Each box of PureVision contacts contains six visibly tinted lenses in a buffered saline solution.
Material and % of content: 64% polymer (balafilcon A), 36% water
1 What solution should I use to clean my PureVision contact lenses?
Bauche Lomb recommends using ReNu MultiPlus® Multi-Purpose Solution. PureVision contacts are made of a silicone hydrogel, and some users may experience staining with some multipurpose solutions. If you do notice any staining, contact your eye doctor for advice on the best solution for your needs.
2 Why do my PureVision contacts cause so much irritation?
Everyone’s eyes are different, and can respond differently to various kinds of contacts. You may be having an adverse reaction to your contacts, or there may be a problem with your use and cleaning of them. Although your PureVision contacts may have been prescribed for continuous, extended (overnight) wear, some users may not tolerate this kind of use. If you are having a lot of trouble with irritation, it’s important that you check with your eye doctor to make sure that you’re wearing the right contacts. An eye care professional will also be able to advise you on inserting and caring for them correctly, and can rule out other possible causes of eye irritation, such as infections or scratches.
3 How long can I wear PureVision contact lenses?
How long you are able to wear PureVision contact lenses will depend on the personal wearing and replacement schedule decided by your eyecare professional. Bausch Lomb’s PureVision contacts are approved by the FDA for everything from daily disposable use to up to 30 days of continuous (overnight) wear.
4 Can I go to sleep wearing PureVision contacts?
Depending on the strength of your prescription and your unique vision needs, your eye doctor may allow you to sleep in your PureVision contact lenses. The FDA has approved these contacts for up to 30 days of continuous extended wear, including overnight. However, overnight contact use can result in discomfort or more serious eye problems in some patients. If you experience excessive irritation or changes in vision while using your PureVision contact lense overnight, you should contact your eye care professional immediately.