With much of the digital revolution occurring after 2008 and most contact lens technology developing well before it, there is an inherent design feature mismatch. The majority of the available contact lenses are not designed for how patients are using their eyes.
Johnson & Johnson Vision Care (JJVC) announced the initial launch of 1-Day Acuvue Define brand contact lenses with Lacreon Technology, a new category of eye enhancement contact lenses that accentuate natural beauty while helping to support a healthy eye.
Johnson & Johnson recently announced the initial launch of 1-Day Acuvue Define contact lenses with Lacreon technology, a lens that will accentuate the eye’s natural beauty while helping to support eye health, according to the company.
Philadelphia—Johnson & Johnson Vision Care announced its plans to discontinue the Acuvue Advance brand contact lenses next year, and also announced the availability of a six-month supply pack of Acuvue Oasys at the American Optometric Association Meeting 2014.
According to research presented at the 2014 British Contact Lens Association Clinical Conference, found the coefficient of friction of the 1-Day Acuvue TruEeye and Acuvue Oasys brand contact lenses were comparable to that of the human cornea.
A year-long study of 1-Day Acuvue TruEye and 1-Day Acuvue Moist brands designed to observe “real-life” contact lens wear found that subjects who wore 1-Day Acuvue Moist reported low incidence of adverse events.
Johnson & Johnson Vision Care is offering an educational brochure, “Eye Health and Allergies.” The complimentary brochure is designed to provide patients with useful information on how eye allergies occur, common signs and symptoms, and practical advice on how to treat eye allergies.