ACUVUE® ADVANCE® PLUS Brand Contact Lenses
|Features||What does it mean?|
|What's it for?||Near or Farsightedness||Nearsightedness: Distant objects appear blurry. Farsightedness: Near objects appear blurry. Blur can also occur when viewing distant objects.|
|Replacement Schedule||Every 2 weeks (daily wear)||Remove and clean daily; change to a fresh pair of contacts every two weeks or as recommended by your eye care professional. Keep to your eye care professionals recommended wearing schedule with friendly reminders from ACUMINDER®.|
|UV Protection‡||Class I - blocks at least 93% UV-A and 99% UV-B radiation||The highest class of UV protection available in a contact lens. See a diagram See the benefits. ‡Important UV information.|
|Breathability||Silicone Hydrogel material (galyfilcon A)||Provides 96% of available oxygen to the open eye. Watch the history.|
|Wettability||HYDRACLEAR® Technology||Patented HYDRACLEAR® blends a remarkable moisture-rich wetting agent with a high-performance silicone hydrogel material to create a contact lens that feels silky and soft, all day long. See what it's about.|
|Smoothness||HYDRACLEAR® Technology||HYDRACLEAR® helps make contact lenses feel smooth and moist with our high-performance silicone hydrogel material. So every blink can feel silky, smooth and soft. Watch why it's good.|
|Easy Handling||Visibility tint & Inside out mark||Lenses are lightly tinted blue so you can spot them in your lens case and inserting lenses correctly every time is as easy as following the 1-2-3 mark. See what to look for.|
|Cost||Prices vary||Retail prices vary and are solely determined by your eye care professional or retailer.|
|Package Size||6 lenses or 24 lenses per box||Get the convenience of an annual supply with just two 24-packs of contact lenses.|
Will ACUVUE® ADVANCE® PLUS lenses fit your prescription?
Select the D (sometimes labeled PWR or SPH) number of your prescription from the drop down menu, then click Find out.
Find your prescription on the box end.
Can’t find a match for your prescription? Ask your eye care professional about your options.
What do the letters mean?
D or diopter (sometimes labeled PWR or SPH) is the corrective power of your lens. A minus sign (-) indicates nearsightedness, a plus sign (+) indicates farsightedness.
Other prescription parameters
BC or base curve is used to describe the curvature of the lens.
DIA or diameter is the distance across the surface of your lens.
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