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Contact Lenses

Common Contact Lens Solution Problems

Contact lens cleaning solutions are essential for contact lens hygiene, but they can cause problems in select individuals. Problem...

How to Remove Toric Contact Lens Suction

Soft contact lenses are the most popular type of contact lens prescribed in the United States. Toric contacts are a type of lens t...

Top Rated Toric Soft Lenses

Toric contact lenses correct astigmatism caused by a slightly irregular-shaped cornea. They differ from regular lenses in that to...

Problems With Multifocal Contact Lenses

Wearing multifocal contact lenses gives individuals the ability to focus through different strength prescriptions, but through the...

Issues with Soft Contact Lens Tearing

Of the 24 million Americans who wear contact lenses, about 80 percent wear soft lenses, according to the Ohio State University M...

List of Eye Disorders As a Result of Contact Lenses

Contact lenses can cause a variety of eye disorders, depending on the type of contact lens worn, cleaning solutions, hygiene, fit ...

How Does Sleeping With Contacts Cause Pink Eye

Pink eye, the more common term for conjunctivitis, is the inflammation or infection of the eyelids. Contact-wearers are at a great...

Dangers of Colored Contacts

Though used for cosmetic purposes to change your eye color, colored contact lenses are still considered medical devices. Federal l...

Contact Lenses for Football Players

Contact lenses help athletes see better because the lenses sit right on the eye and provide a more natural field of vision than gl...

Tips on Inserting Contact Lenses

Contact lenses, also known simply as contacts, are thin disks of plastic that float on the surface of your eyes to correct vision....
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