Focus on Contact Lenses at opti Munich
At opti, from January 10 to 12, 2020 at the Fairground Munich, trade visitors can discover all of the new developments on the contact lens market. Hall C6 will accommodate 25 exhibitors focusing on contact lenses and contact lens supplies.
opti introduces five companies that will be presenting their new products:
In addition to the improved clariti® 1-day lens range, the company will discuss the growth and solution potential in the area of dropout, in line with its future communication approach “In the blink of an eye”.
Hecht will present seefree®, a one-of-a-kind ortho-k product. Their special feature is the fitting: a software calculates the initial suggestion for individual seefree® lenses before the contact lens fitter can select and optimise the rear ortho-k surface.
Menicon is the only company in the world that offers both ortho-k as well as soft contact lenses specifically approved for controlling myopia in Europe. In the spring of 2020, Menicon will launch the Bloom™ Myopia Control Management System in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. It constitutes a comprehensive concept on myopia management that comprises three product groups and is rounded off by fitting software.
Not only is MPG&E celebrating its 20th anniversary at opti 2020, the company will also be presenting products with particularly great potential for the future: Visitors can look forward to learning about two contact lenses for managing myopia in children and teenagers, DreamLens, a contact lens that boosts the wearer’s vision at night, and several product debuts.
SwissLens is fully dedicating itself to the areas of myopia management and new contact lens materials. SwissLens has expanded its product portfolio and will be presenting a special contact lens for both myopia management and orthokeratology.
Since May 2019, Wöhlk Contactlinsen GmbH has been part of an international cooperation with the Japanese contact lens manufacturer SEED Co. Ltd. Visitors can look forward to learning more about the company’s new focus on presbyopia.
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