Here at Randolph Eye Associates, we are proud to offer Frequency to our patients.
Frequency is the lens family for unsurpassed vision quality and comfort. Our patients have loved the revolutionary technology and the comfort and clarity it provides.
Frequency has 6 different types of contact lenses. First, Frequency 38 lenses have patented UltraSync manufacturing and a superior lens design. Both work together to give you outstanding comfort and performance.
Second, there are the Frequency 55 Aspheric lenses. These lenses provide you with enhanced vision quality by focusing light to common focal points on the back of your eye. These assist you with acquiring a clearer and more exact focus. The aspheric design gives you greater image resolution and increased depth of focus. You will love how comfortable and easy they are, as well as their strong performance.
Third, there are the Frequency 55 Multifocal lenses. If you thought that bifocal glasses were your only option for clear vision, you can now think again! Frequency 55 Multifocal lenses from CooperVision offer a new level of vision quality because of their revolutionary Balanced Progressive Technology. This unique system utilizes 2 different lenses. By working together, they provide clear vision near or far.
Fourth, Frequency offers Frequency 55 Sphere lenses. These patented UltraSync lenses are manufactured to offers superior comfort, handling, and performance. You will not be disappointed when you wear these lenses.
Fifth, there are the Frequency 55 Toric lenses. These contact lenses allow you to enjoy a clean and fresh pair every month for an entire year. This once-a-month replacement schedule is easy to remember and can easily become part of your habit. These contact lenses also promote good ocular health.
The sixth and final type of lens is the Frequency 55 Toric XR. You will enjoy these lenses because you can replace them monthly for an entire year. These contact lenses also will assist anyone will astigmatism. Many people with astigmatism never thought they would be able to wear contact lenses. Not anymore. You will not need to wear glasses or conventional toric lenses that you replace once per year. These lenses provide both comfort and clarity and are low maintenance.
Our entire staff understands the differences between the types of Frequency lenses. Our goal is for you to have the best vision possible. We understand how important your eyes are and will work with you every step of the way. We will be sure to answer all of your questions so that you feel confident with your decision.
If you have any questions regarding Frequency, contact us today at (781) 986-7400.