Light blue coating is that filters out specific wavelengths of blue light from reaching the patient's ocular tissue.
It is base on Anti-Reflective coating, similar to standard AR treatment, except it is specific to filtering out the narrow band of blue light from 415-455(nm) which has been studied and understood to impact circadian rhythm and potentially impact the retina.
Incorporated into the AR layer of Glacier Achromatic UV, is a unique, enhanced, and transparent layer with powerful anti-static properties that keep the lenses dirt and dust-free.
Due to its specially developed super-slippery composition, the coating is applied in an innovatively thin layer that is both hydro- and oleo-phobic.
Its perfect adherence to the top of the AR and HC coating stack results in a lens that is also effectively anti-smudge. That means no more hard-to-clean grease or water spots that interfere with visual acuity.
A dual-lens protection process provides lenses with an extremely hard, scratch-resistant coat that is also flexible, preventing lens coat cracking, while protecting the lenses from the wear-and-tear of everyday use.
And because it offers superior protection, it enjoys an extended warranty.
Not all blue light is bad for you. However, Harmful Blue Light is.
It is emitted from devices your patients use every day—like computers, smartphones, and tablets.
And since 60% of people spend more than six hours per day on digital devices, your patients will likely be asking what they can do to protect their eyes from this prolonged exposure to Harmful Blue Light.