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Frequency 55 Aspheric contact lenses are newly designed lenses for optimised acuity of vision. The aspheric, yet slightly oval-shaped, form fits exceptionally well on the surface of the eye and can correct mild astigmatisms up to -0.75D. The result is excellent vision and a stable positioning on the eye. Aberrations, a distorted field of vision and loss of vision are all reduced to a minimum with Frequency 55 Aspheric contact lenses.
The material which is used to produce Frequency 55 Aspheric monthly lenses is identical to that used in the popular Frequency 55 contact lenses. The material guarantees high levels of comfort and allows the lenses to be worn for long periods of time. In addition, the aspheric design leads to improved vision at twilight and in poor light conditions.
Frequency contact lenses are also sold under the manufacturer name Ocular Sciences, a partner of the CooperVision Group. Frequency 55 Aspheric contact lenses have been designed to be worn every day and to be replaced monthly. Frequency 55 Aspheric contact lenses are taken out at night and stored in care solution.
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Mister Spex advises all online purchasers of Frequency 55 Aspheric monthly-lenses: the contact lenses, Frequency 55 Aspheric, should always be fitted to your eyes by an eye doctor or optician. The period between fittings, unless otherwise prescribed by an eye doctor or optician, should not exceed 6 months. You should go for regular check-ups. The manufacturer CooperVision/your eye doctor/optician's recommended wearing time for Frequency 55 Aspheric contact lenses should be followed strictly. It is your own personal responsibility to make yourself aware of the care instructions for Frequency 55 Aspheric contact lenses and to follow them accordingly. In case of eye irritation or visual impairments caused by Frequency 55 Aspheric, remove the contact lenses immediately and consult an eye doctor or optician. Damaged contact lenses should be replaced immediately.
Failure to comply with these safety precautions can cause permanent damage to your eyes and vision.