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Tag: contact lens care

How to take care of contact lens?

Not really focusing on how to take care of your contact lens appropriately can prompt an assortment of eye infections. If serious, including some eye infections that cause visual impairment. An expired, overworn contact lens over the recommended period or that doesn't fit well can scratch your eye. They can likewise cause veins to develop into your cornea, a hazardous condition that undermines your vision. Eye drops can cause issues with your contact lens. It is ideal to try not to utilize any eye drop when wearing contacts. Notwithstanding, you can utilize wetting drops or additive-free lubricating eye drops as suggested by an ophthalmologist or optometrist. Stop using your contact lens and visit the opthalmologist if your eyes are red, painful, watery or sensitive to light. Do likewise if you…

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How to wear contact lens for beginners

If you’ve just know about contact lens for the first time, you may have questions about how to wear them. It may not be as simple on slipping on a pair of eyeglasses. And it may take longer to get used to them. In this article, we will explain about what contact lens beginners should know. (more…)

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5 signs to replace your contact lens

In this article, we will explain 5 signs to replace your contact lens. As we all know that all contact lens must be replaced frequently, even those that are perfectly maintained. If contact lenses are not replaced frequently enough, protein deposits and contamination may build up on the surface of the contact, increasing your risk of developing an eye infection. Most people use soft contacts, which are especially susceptible to deposits and contamination. Gas permeable contact lenses can last a year or longer before requiring replacement. (more…)

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How to take care of your contact lens

Contact lenses are a medical device which require a prescription even if they are not for vision correction. The way how you take care of your contact lens could be crucial part. When you have an eye exam, your eye care professional will assess the health of your eyes and also check for nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia), and astigmatism. While you look at an eye chart, your eye care professional will measure your vision precisely, and, if necessary, determine a prescription for corrective lenses. You can get a serious eye infection if you do not clean, disinfect and store your contact lenses correctly. Contact lenses that are old or that do not fit well can scratch your eye. They can also cause blood vessels to grow into your cornea, a…

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Contacts Wear & Care amidst COVID-19

Many things have changed since COVID-19 first made its appearance, contacts wear & care should remain the identical. Simply practice safe care hygiene habits, advises by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and follow the recommendations of your eye care professional. But what about the contact wearer? Many of us wonder if they’re taking a risk by continuing to wear their contact lenses day after day. (more…)

6 important steps of contact lens removal

1. Before contact lens removal, it is highly recommended to thoroughly wash your hands with soap and water . This is to reduce the chance of an eye infection. The ophthalmology group recommends not to use any soaps that contains extra oils or fragrances, as soap can stick to the surface of a lens. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kq2WRc99on4 2.Flip over your storage case and shake out any leftover contact-lens solution, then air dry it or dry the case with a fresh, clean cloth. 3. During contact lens removal, stand in front a mirror. 4. Look upward. Using non-dominant hand, raise your upper eyelid away from your eye with your index finger.With the dominant hand, pull lower eyelid down with middle finger. 5. To remove contact lens gently pinch the lens with the pads…

RGP Lenses – 5 Reasons why you should consider

Rigid Gas Permeable (RGP) lenses have been in market since 1960’s. The latest RGP contact lenses has the best advantages as it allows more oxygen to pass through our eye. They are often referred to as oxygen permeable lenses and are available in daily wear and extended wear options. (more…)

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Contact lens solution top 5

We are going to introduce top 5 contact lens solution recommended by our optometrist. It is important to take good care of your contact lenses in order to extend the life of your contact lenses, and protect the safety and health of your eyes. Lens care varies depending on material and wearing schedule. Daily disposable lenses are discarded after a single use and thus require no cleaning. Other lenses require regular cleaning and disinfecting to prevent surface coating and infections. There are many ways to clean and care for contact lenses, typically called care systems or lens solutions. Two types of solution that are commonly used included: Multipurpose solutions Multipurpose solutions are the most common method for rinsing, disinfecting, cleaning, and storing soft lenses. Clean your lenses, then rinse and disinfect, all…

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Difference between Solflens 38 and 59

Difference between Soflens 38 & Soflens 59

Soflens 38 and Soflens 59 are manufactured and owned by Bausch & Lomb, a global and leading company in the eye care industry. Both of these lenses are monthly disposable options and have 6 lenses per box, but it has different material in each lens. Let’s check it out for the difference between Soflens 38 & Soflens 59. Soflens 38 The Bausch & Lomb Soflens 38 contact lens is designated for the correction of myopia (nearsightedness) and hyperopia (farsightedness). The Soflens 38 contact lens combines performance with a time-tested and deposit-resistant lens material that provides freshness, clear vision and is just comfortable. A pack of 6 Soflens 38 lenses will last around half a year. For Soflens 38, it is made with Polymacon A; which has a hydrogel with a…