Dry Eye

Dry eye should be classified into 2 categories; ‘true’ dry eye and ‘marginal’ dry eye. ‘True’ dry eye is the poor tear quality in most conditions or environments.  Most dryness…

Eye dryness

Eye dryness is the most frequently reported symptom with contact lens wear and the most common cause of contact lens intolerance. Occasional dryness is also commonly reported by spectacle wearers…

Soft contact lenses deposits

Picture above; soft contact lenses deposits – taken with slit lamp after patient wore the contact lenses for 2 weeks Deposits originate from tear film components (as tears evaporate or…

Tap water and Other High Risk Situations

Tap Water and Other High Risk Situations Water is a very common source of very infectious and potentially damaging microorganisms that can produce sight-threatening infections and to never use (especially,…

Freshkon Colors Fusion

Freshkon colors fusion launches two new colors contact lenses into “The Sparklers Series” for a more sparkling, radiant look; Blooming Pink and Glinting Brown. The Sparklers series, with two fabulous…

Contact Lens for Dry Eye

“My eyes easily feel dry after wearing my contact lens for a few hours. Are there any contact lenses that are meant for dry eye?” Actually there are no particular…