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If it’s your first time wearing contact lenses, or you’re considering getting them, it’s important to know the proper instructions to follow as you practice applying them to your eyes. With time and patience, putting in your contact lenses will become an easy part of your daily routine.
Removing your contacts at the end of each day and storing them properly is an important responsibility. It takes just a few minutes to do and is crucial to the health of your eyes.
Cleaning your reusable lenses involves a few simple steps that are essential in performance and long-lasting healthy vision. If you wear daily disposables, remember to remove and discard them at the end of every day.
Keeping your contact lens case clean on a daily, weekly and monthly basis is essential to the health of your contact lenses and to your vision overall. It’s important to establish a regular cleaning routine to avoid the possibility of an eye infection.
Contact lens wearers have many different options when it comes to choosing comfortable and clear lenses such as length of wear, maintenance level, eye sensitivity, cost, and more. Considering key factors like your prescription and lifestyle needs will help you and your eye care provider determine the type of lenses that will work best for you.
The most common types of contacts are soft and rigid lenses. Within these two categories there are different wear forms including daily disposable, bi-weekly/monthly replacements and extended wear. Each type can also have different specialty features added to correct vision impairments such as astigmatism and presbyopia.
For first time contact lens wearers, the thought of a foreign object on the surface of your eye might be intimidating. However, with a little time and patience, adjusting to the responsibility of wearing and caring for your contacts will become a natural part of your daily routine.
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