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Φακοί Επαφής PremiO

For over 50 years of history, Menicon’s goal has been to develop safe and effective contact lenses. In 1979, the founder of Menicon, Mr Kioichi Tanaka, patented the first silicone hydrogel (SiH) material in the world for use in the manufacture of contact lenses.

Thirty years later, Menicon PremiO with MeniSilk™  and Nanogloss™ technologies, possibly the world’s best silicone hydrogel contact lens, is launched. Menicon joins the few manufacturers in the world which distribute SiH contact lenses.

PremiO is a 15-day replacement contact lens with an extraordinary high oxygen transmissibility (161 units), which prevents hypoxia across all parts of the lens and for all lens powers regardless of whether lenses are worn under open or closed eye conditions.

Menicon PremiO is the latest and most advanced SiH contact lens on the market. This lens has been developed taking into account the disadvantages found in early generations of SiH contact lenses. It’s well balanced combination in material and surface properties, as well as its remarkable compatibility with different contact lens care regimes warrants an excellent clinical performance and extraordinary levels of comfort.

Contact Optical House for a free contact lens fitting trial.

the 95% of contact lens users fitted with conventional (old) materials exhibit clinical visual symptoms following 15 years of continuous use? Always use new generations CLs made of advanced materials.

10/04/2017

Optical House on the move

Optical House moved on Monday April 10. 

You can now find us @ Katechaki 29, Heraklion Crete

Optical House on the move
20/06/2014

BCLA award for RoseK lenses

New Zealand optometrist Paul Rose became the first recipient of the BCLA's industry award for the development of his series of RoseK lenses, a contact lens designed to correct the vision of people with keratoconus.

BCLA award for RoseK lenses
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