Contact lenses are an excellent alternative to eyeglasses. They are perfect for patients with an active lifestyle and for patients who do not like the look of glasses. However, patients should learn how to take care of their contact lenses correctly. To prevent serious eye infections, you must clean and disinfect your contact lenses exactly as directed by your eye doctor.
Contact lenses are designed to improve your vision and, in turn, your quality of life. When used improperly, however, they can bring discomfort or worse, eye infections. Today’s post from Vision Care Plus shares the signs of eye infection as a result of the improper use of contact lenses.
Contact lenses remain a viable corrective eyewear option for people wanting to improve their eyesight. One of the great benefits of contacts is that they are convenient and comfortable to use. Even so, there are those who are not keen to the idea of wearing them due to certain misconceptions. This article breaks down some of the common myths surrounding contact lenses and the truth behind each. This might just be what you need to read before your contact lenses consultation.