Lecture: Optometry Lecture Series: Contact Lenses

VISION 2020: The Right to Sight-INDIA Knowledge Hub Presents this Webinar.

Understanding the difference between soft contact lenses and soft toric contact lenses is essential for individuals who need vision correction, particularly those with astigmatism. This knowledge empowers individuals to make informed decisions about their eye health, comfort, and visual acuity.

Understanding the difference between silicone hydrogel and hydrogel lenses, two types of materials used in the production of soft contact lenses while both provide vision correction and are designed to be comfortable.

Objectives:
• Provide an understanding about difference between soft contact lenses and soft toric contact dispensing.
• Understanding the difference between silicone hydrogel and hydrogel lenses.
• Enable individuals make informed decisions about vision correction options.

Lecture: Topic Contact Lenses
Speaker: Mr. Nilesh Chavan, Practitioner, Mumbai
Panelists: Ms Lakshmi Shinde, Mr Prem Sudhakar and Mr Khemraj Nackwal

Lecture: Hydrogel Vs Silicone Hydrogel Contact Lenses
Speaker: Mr Prasad Sawant, Practitioner, Thane
Panelists: Ms Lakshmi Shinde, Ms Harshada, Mr Nilesh Thite and Mr Rupam Sinha.

Hydrogel Vs Silicone Hydrogel Contact Lenses:

Last Updated: July 7, 2023

1 thought on “Lecture: Optometry Lecture Series: Contact Lenses”

  1. The speakers provided a comprehensive overview of the different types of contact lenses available in the market, highlighting their benefits and drawbacks. I particularly appreciated the emphasis on proper hygiene and care routines to maintain healthy eyes while wearing contact lenses. Additionally, the lectures addressed common misconceptions about contact lenses and clarified important points regarding their usage and suitability for various eye conditions. Overall, these lectures have equipped me with a deeper understanding of contact lenses, empowering me to make more informed decisions regarding my eye care routine.

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