1. How will the lenses look on my eyes? Acuvue Oasys with Transitions is specifically designed to provide benefits to patients while minimizing the change to the eye's appearance. Come into our office and we can show you some examples of what the lenses look like on light eyes as well as dark eyes.
2. Can I wear these lenses while I'm driving? Yes, these lenses can be worn while driving--during the day or at night. Johnson and Johnson, the manufacturer of the lens, claims that the lens is expected to be activated in the car based on the levels of HEV and UV light transmitted through the side windows, since windshields block nearly 100% of UV light.
3. Do I still need to wear sunglasses when I wear Acuvue Oasys With Transitions? Yes. While these lenses do provide UV protection to the areas they cover, other parts of the eye and surrounding areas are still exposed to UV light. For that reason, this lens is not intended as a replacement for sunglasses.
4. Do the lenses work indoors? Yes. Acuvue Oasys with Transitions is always on, whether indoors or outdoors. The lenses are designed to adapt automatically--becoming lighter or darker--in response to changing light. Even in their clearest state, they are filtering light.
Stop into the office so you can try a pair on yourself!