Lens Details: One Year Supply = 2 Vials (1 per eye) Packaging: 1 Lens per vial Wear Schedule: Replacement Schedule: Manufacturer: Boston Lens Material: Enflufocan B 100%
PLEASE NOTE: Boston EO contact lenses are custom made to meet the specific needs of your prescription. Above price is for standard sphere lens only. Please see below for price adjustments applied to non-sphere prescriptions.*
All sales are final. No refunds or exchanges** **Exchanges available for product received defective.
IMPORTANT – HOW TO ORDER RGP LENS INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Select the quantity of lenses you would like to purchase for your left and right eyes.
2. Click "Add to Basket" and follow the process to complete your order.
3. For RGP orders we are required to have a copy of your prescription. Upon completion of your order you must send us the prescription by one of the following means:
Fax a copy of your order confirmation page along with a copy of your valid prescription to 1-866-236-9114. Please also indicate whether you would like an indicator dot placed on the OD lens.
Use our Rx Upload tool to provide a photocopy of your prescription (scanned or captured with your mobile device).
*Additional charges applied for prescriptions requiring non-sphere lens types.
Aspheric / Toric add - $20.00 per lens
Keratoconus add - $40.00 per lens
Bifocal / Multifocal add - $75.00 per lens
Please note that non-sphere lenses may take up to 7 business days to process after prescription verification.
Boston contact lenses are an easy-to-fit daily wear gas permeable lens with a unique bi-aspheric back surface design that provides excellent patient comfort and adaptation. Boston® contact lenses are an ideal alternative for visually or medically demanding patients.
ABOUT BOSTON GAS PERMEABLE LENSES:
Bausch & Lomb Boston® Brand Gas Permeable (GP) contact lenses are easy to care for and are crafted from patented oxygen permeable material that allows your eyes to "breathe." GP contact lenses are also ideal for special eye needs as they are custom fit to the natural shape of your patients' eyes.