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Zeiss Photofusion X lenses

ZEISS PhotoFusion X Lenses

ZEISS lenses has been in market for many years and all of us know that ZEISS lenses are known for its clarity and sharp vision. They also do improvise on their latest technologies based on the current vision demand and provide the best solution to their consumers. That is why at Malaya Optical, ZEISS lenses will always be our choice as well as our consumer choice. Photofusion X is the latest lens technology produced by ZEISS under few years of research done on it. This lenses is known as the new generation of ZEISS photochromic lenses with improvised technologies. ZEISS Photofusion X lenses works as the it will turn dark in outdoor and clear up again when the wearer is indoor. The lens colour which going to change under outdoor…

Transitions Signature Gen8

A new generation of lenses with innovative GEN8 technology is just right for you. Transitions constantly push new limits, improving responsiveness and fade-down speed without compromising protection and quality. The challenging research teams have created darker outdoors and clearer optical intelligent photochromic lenses indoors. After years of research and in-depth scientific research, Transitions Signature GEN8 features innovative nanocomposite technology that enhances photochromic performance and provides optimal visibility, comfort and protection throughout the day. Sunbathing with prescription glasses in the summer can be a daunting task, and you should always wear both pairs and switch between the two when traveling from indoors to outdoors. However, thanks to the light-adaptive photochromic lens, you can only wear one pair at a time. These two-in-one glasses are skillfully transformed by lighting to protect your…

MiyoSmart Hoya Lenses at Malaya Optical

MIYOSMART HOYA LENSES AT MALAYA OPTICAL

Hoya MiyoSmart lenses is the best choice to control the power progression for your kids. As a parents, you may notice that your child are struggling to see clear at a distance. This may cause them to have lack of quality in vision and difficulty to perform in school. Without concentrating or having a hard time in school and play your kids may not perform to their best. If your kids encounter this problem, most probably they have short sightedness or myopia. But, do not worry about it, MiyoSmart hoya lenses at Malaya Optical is there to solve your kids vision problem. [su_button url="https://book.malayaoptical.com/v2/#book" background="#FE561C" size="10" center="yes" icon="icon: eye" title="Try Zeiss AntiVirus Lenses Now"]Protect Your Child Today![/su_button] First of all, we need to understand how does our kids get into…

How can you reduce your myopia

How Can You Reduce Your Myopia ?

How Can You Reduce Your Myopia ? This question is often asked by those who've been living with myopia or started to have it when they visited an eye clinic or an optometrist practice. For those who don't know what myopia is, let’s have a quick introduction on this.  Nearsightedness or another name called myopia is a vision problem in which objects close to you are plainly seen but objects further away are blurry. When light rays bend (refract) wrongly due to the structure of your eye, images focus in front of your retina rather than on your retina.  Physical development of the eye occurs when myopia progresses, increasing the length of the eye (this is termed axial length elongation). As the eye matures, the point of focus moves further…

What does axis in contact lenses mean?

The axis figure on prescription contact lenses is for people who have astigmatism and indicates the required location of cylindrical power on the lens. This determines the angle of vision correction that someone with astigmatism would need, due to the irregular curvature of their eye, which can be described as shaped like a rugby ball. Axis is part of your prescription, and tells an optometrist in which direction they must position any cylindrical power in your lenses that is required for astigmatism. The number shows the orientation or angle (in degrees) from 1 to 180. The number 90 means vertical position, and 180 horizontal. A higher number for the axis does not mean that your prescription is stronger, it simply describes the position of the astigmatism. Meridians of the eye are determined…

What does water content of a contact lens mean?

Water content is one of the most important parameters when choosing quality contact lens. Water content also is an important factor of the various plastics which are used to make soft contact lenses. In the cases of conventional soft contact lenses, higher water content of a contact lenses can let more oxygen pass through the lens to the surface of the eye. So this is important for lens comfort and healthy eyes. (more…)

are monthly contacts good for 30 days

Are monthly contacts good for 30 days?

Is it okay if I wore monthly contacts for 30 days? Wearing a lens for the first time can be an exciting experience, but usually it will take your eye to get used to it when you are wearing them. Many contact lenses are designed for an extended wearing approved by FDA which are made up of silicone hydrogel that can allow oxygen to pass through the eyes easily.  Wearing contact lenses longer than their recommended length of time can increase the risk of eye infections and complications. There are many different types of contacts on the market which are designed for daily use or daily disposable. This means the lens will be taken out for each night. Despite, monthly lenses are generally worn during a day and cleaned or…

optician vs optometrist vs ophthalmologist

What is Optometry?

Optometry is a primary health care profession which dedicated to the improvement and preservation of the eyesight. Optometric practices include eye examination, dispensing of spectacles for the correction of the refractive error, prescribe contact lenses, as well as provide diagnosis and management of ocular disease. Optometrist that served in this field of profession examines the eyes not only for vision problems, but also for the early detection of eye diseases and other abnormal systemic conditions. As such, the optometrist can provide his/her treatment plan well to the client so to manage the problems faced, whether to prescribe glasses, provide vision therapy or appropriate referral when necessary. Definition of Optometry Differences between Optician, Optometrist and Ophthalmologist An optometrist is an eye doctor that can examine, diagnose, and treat your eyes. An…

Essential Service

According to World Health Organization (WHO), optometrists are defined as a healthcare profession that is autonomous, educated and regulated (licensed/registered). Optometrists are primary healthcare practitioners of the eye and visual system who provide comprehensive eye and vision care, which includes refraction and dispensing, detection/diagnosis and management of disease in the eye, and the rehabilitation of conditions of the visual system. In short, optometrists are working under essential services. In the recent news, the government had revoked our permission to operate in our usual operating hours in phase three of Movement Control Order (MCO). In a letter from Association of Malaysian Optometrists (AMO) to Minister of International Trade and Industry (MITI), the Optometrists request to be classified under “Healthcare Providers” and allow Optometrists to practice under the strict guideline of National…

zeiss myokids

Zeiss Myokids Lenses

Zeiss Myokids is a specially designed progressive addition spectacle lens for children to control the accommodative lag during near vision tasks. The top half of the lenses correct the myopia, provide a clear and shape vision for distance while the bottom active zone simultaneously support near vision tasks. (more…)