Contact Lenses and Vision

Discover a wide variety of helpful information regarding contact lenses and your vision.

CooperVision is dedicated to helping improve the way people see each day. As a global leader in the contact lens industry, we’re passionate about vision—and we want you to be, too!

In addition to partnering with eye care professional around the world, we want to help contact lens wearers like you be informed about eye health and our latest innovations for vision correction. The information that follows may even open your eyes to new possibilities. Take a look!

Vision Correction

Sight is made possible through a fascinating process between your eyes and your brain. It’s not surprising to learn that it takes a medical device – such as contact lenses – to correct vision conditions like short-sightedness (myopia), long-sightedness (hyperopia), astigmatism, and presbyopia. In this section, you’ll learn more about common vision conditions and how contact lenses may help.

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Digital Lifestyles

Smartphones. Tablets and e-book readers. Desktop and laptop computers. They all have digital screens. And if you’re like a lot of people, you’re on and off these device screens throughout the day. It’s today’s digital lifestyle—and it can have an effect on your eyes and your vision. Find out more in this section, where we investigate the topic on several levels.

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Monthly and Two-Weekly Contact Lenses

Many people find that the schedule of a monthly or two-weekly replacement contact lens is a better fit for their lifestyle. Although a lens care product is required to clean and store the lenses each night, these contact lenses may be a rather affordable option of vision correction. To discover more about monthly and two-weekly replacement contact lenses, click through to this section.

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