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Progent ®

Progent ® cleans lenses and loosens and removes surface protein deposits after a short soak without manual rubbing.

To ensure comfort, eye health and to prolong the life of gas permeable lenses, it is recommended that patients remove proteins with Progent ® bi-weekly.

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.

Progent ® provides deep cleaning for gas permeable lenses without the mechanical rubbing or abrasives used in conventional cleaning or polishing. In fact, it is ideal for the growing number of gas permeable lenses that have surface coatings for comfort that should not be mechanically cleaned or rubbed.

Progent ® Large Diameter (Scleral) Lens Case-Designed for deep cleaning large diameter lenses (11 mm to 23 mm) in Progent ®.

A non-vented barrel style contact lens case fabricated with clear polycarbonate (PC) cylinder with acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene (ABS) copolymer non-vented screw cap and lens holder/basket.

Each lens basket is molded with a letter, "L" or "R", for ease in proper lens identification. The left lens basket is also colored grey to assist patients who are not currently wearing their contact lenses. The lens case is capable of holding the 10 mL of Progent ® Protein Remover A/B mixed solution for effective protein removal.

How supplied

Progent ® is supplied in 7–treatment or 1-treatment packages.

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.

The 1-treatment package contains

  • One 5 mL container of Progent ® A solution
  • One 5 mL container of Progent ® B solution
  • One 10 mL container of Rinsing Solution
  • One Progent ® Vial.

The outer carton and each solution container are marked with a lot number and expiration date.

The Progent ® treatment is recommended every two weeks. The frequency may vary according to the condition of your lens. Follow your eye care professional’s directions (to a maximum of every 5 days).

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