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Precilens laboratory,
innovation and expertise in contactology
for over 30 years

progressive soft lens

French laboratory and manufacturer, inventor of the first progressive soft lens in the world, Precilens never stops innovating and its expertise in lens design, especially in presbyopia and orthokeratology, has acquired an international dimension.

Several commitments support this expansion:

- Major innovations giving rise to international patents.
- The mastery of technology transfers allowing Precilens to export its know-how and to forge partnerships with other manufacturers around the world.
- Coordination and management of R&D programmes in collaboration with various French ophthalmologist partners, European and American contactologists, hospitals, as well as materials manufacturers.

Recognised by all professionals as a benchmark in terms of technical expertise, the Precilens laboratory now has a range of contact lenses that meet all needs, ranging from the simplest lens, through maintenance solutions, to the most complex.

The stages of international success

1984 : Invention of the first progressive lens, the C2
2007 : Launch of BIB Excel: its "Slab Off" design revolutionises the design of rigid lenses for presbyopic patients
2008 : Launch of C2 quarterly lenses, frequent renewal lenses for presbyopic patients and presbyopic patients with astigmatism
2010 : Launch of “Absolue”, monthly silicone hydrogel lenses
2012 : Launch of C2 multifocal lenses, monthly silicone hydrogel lenses for for presbyopic patients
2013 : Launch of the Progressive Expert, rigid lenses designed as progressive lenses
2014 : Launch of the DRL night lens whose unique double reservoir design marks an advance in reducing myopia
2017 : Launch of Click&Fit software
2018 : Launch of the DRL PREVENTION night lens, dedidacted specifically to myopia prevention in young children (< 7 years old)
2019 : Launch of the AMYOPIC range (available in soft and gaz permeable versions) for myopia control to wear on daytime when orthokeratology is not adapted.

The Precilens laboratory’s Charter of Values and Commitments

Our certifications

The Precilens laboratory organisation complies with the requirements of the ISO 9001 and ISO 13485 standards, and all of its products meet the requirements of the French Public Health Code.
Precilens is audited and certified by the G.MED (Medical and Health Certification Body) and is a member of the EFCLIN organisation (European Federation of the Contact Lens and IOL Industry).