Contact lenses

Daily Disposable Contact Lenses

Daily disposable contact lenses give the wearer convenience and ultimate comfort.  Just put on a fresh, new pair each morning and toss at night! No special lens care required.  Experience the freedom, comfort and convenience of daily disposable contact lenses.

For wearers who have dry eye symptoms can wear high water gradient contact lenses. They feel silky smooth and are nearly 100% water at the very outer surface. Plus, they are highly breathable for white healthy-looking eyes.

Multifocal Contact lenses

Hold the book up close and the words appear blurred. Push the book farther away, and the words snap back into sharp focus. That’s how most of us first recognize a condition that eye care professionals call presbyopia.

Eye fatigue or headaches when doing close work such as sewing, knitting or painting, are also common symptoms. Because it is associated with aging, presbyopia is often met with a groan – and an expectation that reading glasses or bifocals are inevitable.

Until recently this was true, however, multifocal contact lenses are used to provide crisp, clear vision at all distances for those with presbyopia. They’re specifically designed to work in unison with your eyes to provide clear vision with an uninterrupted range of focus, near through far. So there’s no blurring or interruptions in vision. Just clear vision at all distances.

Multifocal contact lenses are available in both daily, monthly disposable and tailored-made contact lenses.

Custom-Made Contact Lenses

Nobody is average en that’s the reason you can choose for a custom made soft contact lens which is ordered using the unique topography of your eyes. This lens is a soft three month disposable contact lens which is made of a material that is very accurate produced and fitted. These kind of lenses creates an optimal comfort and eye sight. The prescription range for Indivisual lenses are much wider than the most available lenses so called semi-custom-made contact lenses.   

Treatment of  keratoconus

Keratoconus is primarily treated with contact lenses because glasses cannot to visually correct the irregular form of the cornea. Mr. Kim Chung is highly experienced in treating keratoconus patients.

Night lenses

Orthokeratology, Ortho-K, also known under branded names like “Nightlens” and “Nachtlens®” (from NKL), is the use of rigid gas-permeable contact lenses, normally worn only at night, to improve vision through the reshaping of the cornea. This method can be used as an alternative to eyeglasses, refractive surgery, or for those who prefer not to wear contact lenses during the day (for example, because lenses may become dislodged during sport.)

Advantages of wearing Ortho-K lenses:

1. It is a safer and reversible option versus refractive surgery.

2. Freedom from visual correction during the day and excellent vision to undertake all sorts of activities.

3. Minimized allergy and dry eye problems and no more dust particles.

4. Right and left lenses in different colors to avoid mistakes.

5. Ideally for anyone who wants to be able to exercise freely. Like running, playing tennis, playing football or swimming, you can just be active without wearing glasses or lenses.

Myopia control lenses

Myopia is becoming more common in Europe, with at least 50% of young people in Europe currently estimated to be myopic. In Asia, the average percentage of children with myopia is even 80% or higher! The current researches show that myopia progresses often in the main in a way of heredity, ethnicity and lifestyle.

Myopia Control is a general term used to stop the increase in myopia especially in children. We use special myopia control ortho-k (night lenses) lenses or other form of disposable soft contact lenses (MiSight®).  In addition, we maintain close contacts with researchers and specialists in Hong Kong who have done extensive researches and studies in myopia control developments.

We are certified to perform the myopia correction/treatment.

Toric Contact lenses

Astigmatism occurs when the cornea, the front surface of the eye, has an irregular curvature that results in blurred vision at any distance. Thanks to innovative technology in contact lenses, astigmatism no longer limits your ability to wear contact lenses.

Contact lens manufacturers offer many contact lenses for the correction of astigmatism including not only daily and monthly replacement contact lenses, but also colorblend toric contact lenses. With this wide range of choices, there is a toric lens available for almost any contact lens preference.

Hard Contact lenses

Rigid gas permeable lenses are rigid contact lenses made of oxygen-permeable polymers. They are able to replace the natural shape of the cornea with a new refracting surface. This means that a regular (spherical) rigid contact lens can provide good level of vision in people who have mild astigmatism.

These types of lenses are good for eye health and can achieve highest vision than wearing soft contact lenses; although, they require a period of adaptation before full comfort is achieved.

Do you have questions about which
lenses are suitable for you?

Do you have questions about which lenses are suitable for you?