The ChromaGen technology addresses the nagging symptoms that surface from dyslexia and reading problems and is available in three convenient forms. ChromaGen lenses can be prescribed in the form of eyeglasses, contacts and clip-ons.
Prescription - Patients requiring corrective lenses for nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia), astigmatism or presbyopia, are able to enhance their existing prescription glasses with ChromaGen.
Non-Prescription (Plano) - Patients not requiring prescription glasses but who want easy-on, easy-off convenience have the option of plano glasses powered by ChromaGen.
Prescription - Patients requiring corrective contact lenses for nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia), or astigmatism, are able to enhance their existing prescription contacts with ChromaGen.
Non-Prescription (Plano) - Patients not requiring prescription contact lenses but who want a discrete solution have the option of plano contact lenses powered by ChromaGen. ChromaGen lenses are tinted, but that doesn't mean that everyone else has to know you're wearing them. ChromaGen contact lenses are a discrete and convenient way to bring moving words to a stop.
Patients with existing prescription glasses who are not ready to replace their existing lenses are able to purchase ChromaGen clip-ons.
ChromaGen contact lenses are just like regular contacts, except they are tinted in the center—the part which is positioned just in front of the pupil. The rest of the contact is clear, making them practically invisible.