There is no "best" brand of contacts or "best" manufacturer. Just like there is no "best" automobile and no "best" soft drink. There are many good lens. You need to discuss with an optometrist or ophthalmologist the best lens for your son. NOTE: teenage boys are frequently non-compliant with taking care of contacts (much worse then girls) and a daily wear disposable might be a safer lens than a 24 hr/day contact.
Actually, he is wearing day lens, but I thought maybe if we have some lenses for night it would somehow improve his condition, because mis Myopia is getting worse day by day and I don't know how to help him till he gets 18 and have a chance to make LASIK.
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