According to your vision requirements, you might think about specialized contact lenses, which include:
▪ Hybrid contact lenses. Hybrid contact lenses have a hard (gas permeable) middle bordered by a soft external ring. Hybrid contact lenses may be an alternative if you have an uneven corneal curvature (keratoconus) or you have trouble wearing standard hard lenses.
▪ Bifocal or multifocal contact lenses. These lenses, which are readily available in both soft and hard variations, can rectify nearsightedness, farsightedness as well as astigmatism in combination with age-related loss of near vision (presbyopia).
▪ Colored contact lenses. Some contact lenses are tinted, either for cosmetic or remedial objectives– to boost color vision or help compensate for color blindness, for example. Stay clear of costume or decorative contact lenses, though. These lenses could harm your eyes as well as cause potentially severe eye infections.