Eye care professionals (ECPs) have been invited to stand M460 to discover Bausch + Lomb’s next generation silicone hydrogel contact lens material (kalifilcon A), which has been used to develop what it called its most complete lens, Ultra One Day.
ECPs will be able to find out about the technology behind Johnson & Johnson Vision’s recently launched Acuvue Oasys Max 1-Day contact lenses. The company will also present the future evolution of intraocular lens materials and design on the main stage.
Positive Impact will focus on the benefits of two contact lenses: NaturalVue 1-Day Enhanced Multifocal with TripleTear Lubrication technology and SynergEyes iD, which it said provided a breakthrough in hybrid contact lens technology for astigmats and astigmatic presbyopes.
CooperVision will provide 14 hours of CPD on topics such as myopia management and the patient journey, as well as having on-stand discussions with practitioners about the realities of fitting contact lenses. The company will also launch its Fresh campaign, which focuses on improving and optimising the contact lens patient journey.
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