Contact lenses have gained a significant market share of users in order to correct refractive errors (myopia, astigmatism, presbyopia), ensuring a solution to abnormalities - diseases of vision, safe use and clear vision. The last decade, the use of color contact lenses for cosmetic reasons has increased. They are part of the category of soft contact lenses which are used to correct refractive errors and they are evenly a part of medical - technological product, which is governed by using rules of ensuring the health of our eyes.
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OPTIONS & TRENDS

12/23/2016 7:56 PM

In a country like Greece, where most of the year the presence of the sun is sensible, the use of sunglasses is necessary for the protection of our eyes, wearing them as accessories and forming our style, being part of our personality. There is a variety of sun lenses in Panaidis Eyewear Stores, depending on the needs of each person: Polarized lenses, Photochromic, Degrade, Mirror lenses.
The color of the lens is a matter of personal preference and does not affect the effectiveness of absorbency of UV radiation.
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Ηyperopia

11/8/2016 3:01 PM

This means that Hypermetropic eye shows a lack of power in relation to its length. Symptoms vary depending on the extent of hyperopia and the age of the individual. Hyperopia is a refractive error in which an object image is formed behind the retina.

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Photochromic Lenses

11/7/2016 5:30 PM

With photochromic lenses the degree of darkness is changing depending on the intensity of sunlight. They are mainly used by users of corrective eyewear, combining the visual needs with the protection from solar radiation. They come in three colors, brown, gray and G15 (green-gray).

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Depending on the use, you can choose the appropriate color of the lens. The shades of brown are ideal for bright sunshine because it eliminates the glare. The yellow lenses are suitable for winter sports and trips because it makes the colors more intense and bright.

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Astigmatism

11/7/2016 5:30 PM

Astigmatism is called a refractive error where parallel rays do not refract equally in all meridians. The astigmatic eye is that it has two principal meridians, which are usually incised vertically. Astigmatism is due primarily to abnormal curvature of a refractive surface of the optical system of the eye, particularly the cornea.

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Presbyopia

11/7/2016 5:30 PM

When an object brought close to the eye the image of the object is formed behind the retina unless you increase the power of the eye to maintain the image on the retina. The eye has the ability to increase its overall strength and this is achieved by changing the surface curvature, thickness and position of the lens. This process is called adaptation.

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