Boston Gas Permeable lenses
Insist on the highest quality materials for your vision, comfort and eye health
Boston is a recognized name in innovative materials and solutions for gas permeable (GP) contact lenses. We provide exceptional contact lens materials for your eyes, as well as peace of mind—so you know you're getting the best in vision care.
GP lenses are made of rigid plastic materials and can provide crisp vision for a range of irregular cornea shapes
Some GP lenses are smaller in diameter and float on the pupil and some on the iris (the colored part of the eye). Other GP lenses, called scleral lenses, have a larger diameter and float over the entire iris and onto the sclera (the white part of the eye). Your eye care professional will order GP lenses in exact parameters for your prescription.
Whether you're new to contact lenses, looking for contacts with updated features, or just ready to replace your old lenses, make Boston your choice for corneal health and exceptional vision.
Are GP lenses right for you?
Boston gas permeable contact lens materials are made for all different eye conditions and needs. They will provide excellent vision care for the diagnoses listed below. Click on your condition to learn more.
Boston gas permeable contact lens materials can be made into a wide variety of special designs. GP contact lenses provide exceptional vision for high myopes and astigmatic patients.
As you age, your eyes change. People in their forties often need glasses for reading smaller print on devices and in print. Boston materials are available in several different multifocal and bifocal designs to meet your changing visual needs.
One option is the Boston MultiVision GP lens. It's a convenient alternative to reading glasses for people with presbyopia. The special design of this GP lens provides exceptional distance, intermediate, and near vision. Boston MultiVision is made from Boston ES material.
- Exceptional vision at all distances
- Comfortable lenses
- Excellent durability promotes a long lens life
If you don't want to wear eyeglasses, ask your eye care professional about this option.
Patients with conditions such as keratoconus, post surgical ectasia and pellucid marginal degeneration often find that specialty lenses made from GP materials provide excellent vision correction.
GP lenses of various sizes are used to correct patients with irregular corneas. Scleral lenses, with a larger diameter, float over the entire cornea and provide comfortable lens wear. For tips on care and handling of scleral lenses, watch this video.