This product is a bundle of 2 items;
1x Menicon Progent 7-Treatment Hard Contact Lens Solution for Cleaning and Removing Protein Deposits
1x DMV Scleral Cup Large Contact Lens Remover
Menicon Progent 7 Treatments Pack: An intensive cleaner for all GP contact lenses. A biweekly lens cleaner solution good for seven treatments or approximately 3 ½ months. Includes a sterile cleaning case that holds up to 10.5mm lens
DMV Large Lens Handler 1 Count: Simple and effective way to insert and remove larger hard and scleral contact lenses and prosthetic eyes. Much larger than other DMV Contact Lens Handlers. Comes with a tough clear plastic storage tube. Light blue colored
Prevents Damage: There’s no need to rub your lens to clean them. Menicon Progent removes excess protein deposits to see the world clearly
Easy Usage: Soak your RGP lens in the Menicon Progent Solution for 30 minutes, and then rinse with Unique pH Saline Solution
Progent cleans lenses and loosens and removes surface protein deposits after a short soak without manual rubbing. Progent is a highly effective deposit and protein remover and cleaner compatible with all RGP contact lenses. Simply soaking the lenses for 30 minutes will ensure the removal of deposits.
The 7-treatment package contains
Seven 5 mL containers of Progent® A solution
Seven 5 mL containers of Progent® B solution
Seven 10 mL containers of Rinsing Solution
One Progent Vial
REMOVE SCLERAL LENS: Squeeze the tapered handle of the DMV Scleral Cup and carefully apply it to the surface of the scleral contact lens. When the suction cup has been seated properly on the lens, release the squeeze pressure to apply suction and gently remove the contact lens from the eye. You may wish to place the Scleral Cup in the center of the lens. Remove the contact lens from the Scleral Cup by squeezing the handle again.
INSERT SCLERAL LENS: Lightly squeeze the handle of the Scleral Cup and place the properly wetted contact lens on the open end of the cup. Gently position the contact lens on the surface of the eye. Squeeze the handle again to release the Scleral Cup from the lens.