Ultrahealth Contact Lenses

Ultrahealth lenses are specifically designed for patients with Keratoconus and irregular corneal conditions. They are the same size as a typical soft lens.

The soft silicone hydrogel skirt provides ideal centration, keeps optics centered over visual axis, and prevents debris from getting under the lens.

High oxygen transmission materials along with tear exchange optimizing design provide all day comfort and excellent ocular health.

GP centre vaults to ensure corneal surface integrity and neutralizes corneal irregularities.

Reverse geometry GP design accommodates different stages of Keratoconus and a broader range of corneal irregularities. It also results in lower lens powers and reduces aberrations.


Balance the contact lens on 3 fingers or the inserter and fill the bowl of the lens with preservative free sterile saline.

Lean forward, so your nose is pointing to the floor.  It might be helpful to place a mirror on a flat surface to look into as you insert the lens.

Pull up on your upper eyelid with the index or middle finger of one hand.

Pull down on your lower lid with the ring finger of the hand holding the lens or the inserter. Gently place the lens directly on the cornea.

Tripod Method: Pinch together your thumb, pointer and middle fingers to support the lens.




Using a DMV (Plunger): Place the lens on the cup of the DMV and guide it towards your eye.
To clean the DMV:

  • rinse it thoroughly with hot water and allow it to air dry.
  • Or soak it in multipurpose solution.

You can also visit SynergEyes website to watch their videos on insertion and removal.


Pull up on your upper eyelid with the index or middle finger of one hand and pull down your lower lid with the ring finger of the other hand.

With dry fingers, pinch bottom of the soft skirt at the 5 & 7 o’clock position while keeping the pads of your fingers together.  Like picking up lint off your clothes.

Alternative Method: With your index finger on the top lid and middle finger of your other hand on the bottom lid, gently apply lid pressure to lift up the lens, just like removing a rigid gas permeable lens.

Recommended replacement schedule for Ultrahealth lenses is every 6 to 12 months.  Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery when ordering your replacement lenses.