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Every ACUVUE® Contact Lens is inspired by the natural function of the eye1 based on a deep understanding of patient needs. Combined with your expertise, EYE-INSPIRED™ INNOVATIONS help you deliver differentiated vision experiences to your patients.

We have created a video version of our fit guide to help you achieve the high success we see with our multifocal lenses. 

Learn how ACUVUE® MULTIFOCAL PUPIL OPTIMISED DESIGN optimises 100% of parameters by both age and refraction vs. <2% for the leading competitor.*1

Explore the massive untapped opportunity for contact lens practitioners not currently engaged in multifocal fitting.

Almost half of new wearers who drop out of contact lens wear do so in the first two months1. By providing the right level of support during this critical period we are more likely to convert our trial into a long-term, happy and loyal contact lens wearer.

If we are to succeed with progressing potential wearers to a contact lens trial, it is important to identify and address any barriers that may be present.

To communicate well, use every patient interaction as an opportunity to really build rapport with your patients.

Educational Moments® On Clinical Topics

Educational Moments® On Clinical Topics

Learn more about the measures that can and must be taken to do our best to prevent the inadvertent transmission of the virus in our practices.

See the key findings of research conducted over the last three decades, that sets out the considerable performance benefits of etafilcon A contact lenses (the material behind 1-DAY ACUVUE® MOIST)

Works naturally with the eyelids and harnesses the power of the blink to help keep the lens in the correct position2 - for crisp, clear, reliable vision.

Learn how ACUVUE® OASYS Contact Lenses with Transitions™ Light Intelligent Technology™ can help patients with visual discomfort from factors such as bright light.

Learn basic eye anatomy with this interactive models, view video tutorials of common refractive errors, and see how contact lenses can help give you clear vision.

Teach your patients these three Cs to help them form positive contact lens habits outside the practice.

Did you know that 9 out of 10 eyecare professionals rated ACUVUE® Brand Contact Lenses for ASTIGMATISM easy to fit1?

Brush up your clinical skills with our series of short educational videos demonstrating slit-lamp and diagnostic techniques.

The Dark Side of Light and a Solution in Sight. 

Wearer reports and seven performance benchmarks add up to one great contact lens. Get the facts on ACUVUE® OASYS with Transitions Light Intelligent Technology.

Enable your patients to experience the benefits of ACUVUE® OASYS 1-Day via our interactive product simulator.

Enable your patients to experience the benefits of ACUVUE® OASYS with Transitions™ via our interactive product simulator.

What did Dr. Loretta Szczotka-Flynn learn in her study on corneal response to different hydrogel contact lens materials?

Evidence from numerous studies supports comfort, vision, and safety of hydrogel daily disposables.

ACUVUE® OASYS with Transitions™ Light Intelligent Technology™

To help your patients achieve maximum contact lens comfort, show them what simple things to check for before application. 

Learn how ACUVUE® Contact Lenses are pupil optimised for comfortable and clear multifocal vision.

The EYE-INSPIRED™ Innovation of 1-Day ACUVUE® MOIST MULTIFOCAL contact lenses has made them the first multifocal lenses uniquely optimised for presbyopic patients.1

From Science to Patient Success

 

Strategies to improve contact lens retention

From Science to Patient Success

 

Take a moment to consider how to harness the latest research findings to help you stay at the cutting edge of contact lens practice and increase patient satisfaction.

From Science to Patient Success

 

Strategies to improve contact lens retention

As eye care practitioners we have a duty of care to offer patients the opportunity to update their vision correction if we feel they would benefit.

It is important that we identify visual and lifestyle changes in our long-term contact lens patients and offer alternative and more suitable options before losing them altogether.

Educational Moments® On Clinical Topics

Educational Moments® On Clinical Topics

Educational Moments® On Clinical Topics

Educational Moments® On Clinical Topics

Educational Moments® On Clinical Topics

Educational Moments® On Clinical Topics

Educational Moments® On Clinical Topics

Educational Moments® On Clinical Topics

Educational Moments® On Clinical Topics

Educational Moments® On Clinical Topics

Evidence shows young people benefit from wearing contact lenses with 90% being able to successfully wear and care for their lenses.1

You and your staff’s sports vision assessment begins as soon as your patient walks through the door