Boston® Materials – Dedicated to vision care

Boston® Materials, coupled with a wide range of lens designs, provide a solid foundation for specialty lens practices. Boston® continually champions the GP industry with its commitment to education, a wide range of GP materials, high Dk levels and collaboration with laboratories.

Maybe that's why Boston has led the way for decades, giving our authorized labs the materials and educational tools which help solve the vision needs of millions of patients.

If you're looking for eye health and exceptional vision, look no further.

 

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The full and highly comprehensive complement of biocompatibility and physicochemical test reports are now available for all Boston® materials. To gain access to the online resource please contact us.

 

All you need to know as Medical Device Manufacturer under EU legislation:
New „Step by Step Guide Implementation Model for Medical Devices Regulation“ and „Factsheet for Manufacturers“ are now available! ... read more

 

BAUSCH + LOMB ANNOUNCES LICENSING AGREEMENT WITH TANGIBLE SCIENCE FOR USE OF TANGIBLE HYDRA-PEG CUSTOM CONTACT LENS COATING TECHNOLOGY BRIDGEWATER, N.J., June 25, 2018

Bausch + Lomb, a leading global eye health company, today announced that it has entered into a worldwide licensing agreement with Tangible Science, LLC, a company whose mission is to create technologies that improve the contact lens wearing experience. As part of the agreement, Bausch + Lomb will offer the Tangible Science Hydra-PEG® advanced contact lens coating technology for use with several of its Boston® gas permeable (GP) materials including Boston XO®, Boston XO2®, Boston EO®, and Boston ES®.
Please contact us for further details.

 
 

“Boston® Materials support manufacturer’s and eye care professional’s communication with patients by providing educational tools which help solve the vision needs of millions of patients. Myopia Management is a late-breaking topic. We cooperated with professional associations and recently released 2 videos on OrthoK.”