Doctor insights on: Whats the difference between acuvue oasys and advance
Advance: silicone hydrogel material (galyfilcon a) with hydraclear wetting agent
oasys: silicone hydrogel material (senofilcon a) with hydraclear plus wetting agent (less friction), slightly higher uv-a blockage
oasys are more comfortable for some, but also cost more. ...Read more
I wear acuvue advance lens bc 8.7. I want to try acuve oasys bc 8.4 and 8.8 which 1 would be good fit? For me which one would the best fit?
Can I switch between Acuvue Oasys 2 wk Hydraclear to Oasys daily Hydraluxe? Would my current script change from -1.0/-.75; 8.4; 14?
Not a problem: The lens powers would be the same. There is a slight difference in the fit but not enough to be a problem. You should make this transition smoothly without problems ...Read more
Can I switch between acuvue oasys and acuvue trueyes on different days due to my time needs? I don't want to waste a daily contact for only 2 hours.
It's very popular: Acuvue oasys for astigmatism is a very popular contact lens used to correct astigmatism. Soft contacts used for astigmatism must remain in a constant rotational position on the eye. This contact's design has been more successful at this than some older types. Although it doesn't work for everyone, it is among several very good options for astigmatic lenses. ...Read more
You can still wear..: Contact lenses, but most of the soft contact lenses are either a two week or 30 day replacement. Those people that have difficult with dryness or allergies are candidates for daily contact lenses. Replace contact with a new one every day. ...Read more
Doesn't matter: Contact lens thickness is not an important feature of a contact lens. ...Read more
Shouldn't: The reason there are many brands is that eyes vary as to shape and tear production. Discuss with your ophthalmologist the problems you have had with your current lens and get advice on better fitting and comfortable lenses. You might also have a tear production problem if the current lenses "stick" to your eyes. ...Read more
My optician told me the acuvue day and night contacts were 6 times breathable from others, so why are they still bothering me after being brand new?
I wear 1day acuvue moist contact lenses. Any1 know good eyedrops that won't suction cup them to my eyesballs? I love these, I just need eyedrops that work
Artificial tears: 1 day disposable contact lenses are becoming increasingly popular because they are comfortable and are thrown away daily rather than needing to be cleaned and stored every night. Any brand of preservative-free artificial tear can be used safely with soft contact lenses (e.g. Systane, optive, etc). I'm not sure why any eyedrops would suction cup the contacts to your eyes though. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Acuvue contacts come in a variety of colors with specific prescriptions, with different disposable options. ...Read more
I use acuvue 2 for about 2 months and I started to rinse the contacts with optee free before and after use. Now, I don't know if is because the season or because of the solution to desinfect, my eyes started itchy and red a lot. I called a doctor and she
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Is there a big difference between similac sensitive & similac advance formula, would it cause problems to use one up then switch to the other?
Maybe, maybe not: Both formulas have the same protein and components except for the type of sugar. Iff your kid is on the sensitive, a switch to the regular may cause spit up or other issues. If on the regular, using the sensitive would probably not create any issues. Some vendors will trade out the product if you ask. ...Read more
My baby's body is producing to much salt and sugar, is there a lot of difference between similac advance and total comfort?
Metabolic disorders: Babies who have metabolic disorders and have imbalances of electrolytes and glucose require highly specialized formulas as prescribed by a pediatric specialist (genetics, gastroenterology, neonatology or endocrinology). It is dangerous to use formulas other than those recommended specifically for your babies medical problem. Similac Advance and Total Comfort are likely inappropriate. ...Read more
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