CooperVision are a leading contact lens manufacturer, producing a wide variety of products to suit all types of contact lens wearers. These products include bestsellers such as Biofinity, Proclear, and Biomedics, which are popular among our customers for their affordability, high levels of comfort and quality. CooperVision’s range of lenses includes lenses designed for astigmatism and presbyopia such as Biofinity Toric and Proclear 1 Day Multifocal, meaning that no matter what your prescription is, you can find a CooperVision lens to suit your needs. CooperVision create lenses to suit a wide range of budgets and wearing habits, so whether you prefer to wear daily or monthly lenses, you’re sure to find the right ones for you.
Researchers from CooperVision collaborated with Linköping and Ottawa Universities and more for a study exploring the partial success of using artificial cornea transplants to treat poor vision.
1958: CooperVision’s parent company, The Cooper Companies, Inc. started as the Martin H Smith Co.
1980-1983: CooperVision becomes incorporated, begins to sell Permalens extended-wear soft contact lens and goes public.
1994: Introduction of Preference Toric, a frequent replacement lens which was their first foray into the toric lens market.
1997: The acquisition of the Natural Touch line of cosmetic soft contact lenses results in CooperVision beginning to produce coloured contact lenses.
1998: CooperVision launches Frequency 55 Sphere
2004: CooperVision acquires soft contact lens manufacturer Ocular Sciences Inc., to become the third-largest manufacturer of soft contact lenses in the world.
2009: Biofinity Toric are released, the first silicone hydrogel toric lens from CooperVision
2010: Launch of Biofinity Multifocal to correct vision affected by presbyopia