22.0 mm Sclera Contacts
Contact lenses are thin, clear plastic staffs you wear in your eye to improve your vision. Contacts float on the tear film that covers your cornea. As eyeglasses, contact lenses can correct vision problems resulted by refractive errors. A refractive error is when the eye does not refract (bend or focus) light properly into the eye resulting in a blurred image. There are many kinds of contact lenses for you to choose. These years, scleral contact lenses have come to people’s life. Although at present can’t be known-well as the traditional ones, there are still a plenty of crowd will go to choose this kind. These gas permeable (GP) lenses stretch over the cornea and rest on the sclera or white part of the eye. Their large size helps correct vision problems caused by an irregularly shaped cornea (like corneal scars, keratoconus or surgery). But others may find such contacts provide better comfort than normal GP lenses. If you are looking for a pair of 22.0mm scleral contacts, we sell this kind here and you have a first look on our website. We believe something will catch you.