One of the most common complaints of contact lens wearers is that their eyes begin to feel dry later in the day So don’t feel alone if you encounter this, too. Fortunately for many contact lens wearers, their eyes just feel a sensation of dryness—they don’t really have dry eyes. Click here to learn more about Contact Lenses And Dry
DO: Stick strictly to the wearing schedule prescribed by your eye care practitioner and dispose of your contact lenses as directed. Click here to read to review full list of Contact Lenses DOs and DON’Ts
Contact lenses are a safe form of vision correction when prescribed by an eye care practitioner and used and cared for properly. Please pay close attention to all instructions provided by your eye care practitioner. When not worn or cared for properly, you put the health of your eyes at risk. Click here to learn more about how to care
If you’re allergic to pollen, mold, dust mites or pet dander, you know how uncomfortable they can make wearing your contact lenses. And if you have seasonal allergies, the sneezing, coughing and red, itchy eyes you experience can make contact wear seem almost impossible Click here to read tips for reducing allergy-related symptoms
Short wavelength visible light, the spectrum from 380 to 500 nm that includes violet, indigo, blue, and some blue-green light, plays a paradoxical role in health and vision. Click Here To Read Full Report E Y E C O M P L I C A T I O N S O F E X P O S U
This video provides practice staff with the knowledge and skills to ensure new contact lens wearers achieve a successful start in wearing and caring for their soft contact lenses. It is also a valuable resource for use during an application and removal tutorial appointment.