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Welcome to SaveOnLens Eye Care Info.
Have your eyes examined regularly and always follow your eye care professional instructions for the proper use and care of your contact lenses. If you experience any pain or discomfort from your contact lenses, REMOVE them immediately! Should the pain or discomfort persists, please consult your eye care professional. TAKE your contact lenses, storage case and cleaning solution with you - it will help them establish what has happened. The following info. is for your references only. Please consult your eye care professional should you have further concern.
Tips on caring your eyes with contact lenses
Contact Lens FAQ:
Can I purchase a different brand of contact lenses from the one prescribed to me?
Contact lenses come in different sizes and must be fitted to your eyes by an optometrist or ophthalmologist. As a replacement center, we cannot sell you contact lenses that you are not already wearing successfully. You will need to be a successful contact lens wearer before we can help you. Please consult your eye doctor and get a new prescription for a new brand.
an Eye Care Practitioner required by law to release
my contact lenses prescription?
do I read my soft contact lenses prescription?
I wear soft contact lenses if I have astigmatism?
"2-week" disposable contact lenses be worn part time?
I extend the use of '2-week' disposable contact lenses?
my Daily Wear contact lenses be worn on a continual
Daily-Disposable lenses be used for more than one
are bifocal lenses?
a prescription needed to wear color contact lenses?
you recommend a type of colored contact lenses for
dark colored eyes?
patients with 'dry eye' problems wear soft contact
type of soft contact lenses is best for occasional
contact lenses be worn while traveling by aeroplane?
Can contact lenses fall out of the eye from blinking?
No. In normal use with a proper prescription, contact lenses will stay firmly in position. However, they can come out under certain conditions. High winds can cause the eyes to water and pull the eyelid tight against the eye, increasing the chance of lens loss. Rubbing your eye carelessly may result in a lens lost or it may move under the eyelid.
it okay to play sports while wearing contact lenses?
type of lens care system is best?
contact lenses block ultraviolet light?
contact lenses be fitted after refractive surgery?
do I know if my contact lenses are "worn out"?
contact lenses be worn if the eyes are sensitive or
are contact lenses made of?