University of Houston’s College of Optometry Researchers say they have created custom-made contact lenses for people with higher-order aberrated vision. Higher-order aberration vision is a distortion acquired by a wavefront of light when it passes through an eye with irregularities of its refractive components (aqueous humor, crystalline lens, tear film, cornea, and vitreous humor). While […] Read more
Similar to regular contact lenses, Halloween contact lenses are prescribed. The difference between the two is style. As many know, regular contact lenses are used to assist those with a vision problem; where as, Halloween contact lenses are prescribed but are primarily used for fun. Halloween contact lenses can be multicolored, a unique solid color […] Read more
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