‘First in the world’ new lenses

‘First in the world’ new lenses

Posted on 30th May 2012

Because we’ve been specialising in contact lenses for longer than just about everyone else we’re quite often invited to try out new lenses on our loyal and experienced patients.

Ian recently went down to a meeting in Birmingham where a leading company announced a brand new type of daily disposable lens. It’s all very hush hush at the moment but it has some exciting features that should make it a very exciting prospect.

Very soon we’ll be looking to recruit some patients who are existing daily disposable wearers who are struggling with blurry discomfort type symptoms. If you’re interested, get in touch so we can put you in the running for a trial.


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