Contact Lens Care

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The Ick Factor: The Gross, Bad and Icky when it comes to contact lens care.

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All About Contact
Lens Care

Learn the basics about contact lens solutions.

Important Tips

Do’s & Don’ts every contact lens wearer should know.

Lens Care and You

Assess your contact lens care habits and discover the truth behind some lens care myths.

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Contact Lens Care Hygiene Habits

Currently, more than 38 million Americans1 wear contact lenses to correct vision conditions like myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), astigmatism (irregular curve to cornea or lens inside the eye), or a combination of one or more of these conditions. A thorough eye exam and assessment of lifestyle can help eye care professionals determine which contact lenses and lens care solutions will work best for you. However, optimal eye health doesn’t end there. Good contact lens care hygiene habits are essential to help avoid discomfort, blurred vision and risk of eye infection.

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Eye Care Professional

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Ophthalmologist Ophthalmologist:
Medical or osteopathic doctors (M.D.s or D.O.s) diagnose and treat eye diseases, prescribe medications and corrective lenses, and perform eye surgery.
or Optometrist? Optometrist:
Eye doctors (O.D.s) examine eyes for vision and health problems. They may prescribe corrective lenses, and in some states, they can prescribe medications and perform some eye care procedures.

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Lens Care

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