Specialty contact lenses can feel and look a bit different than typical styles. Staying informed can maximize chances of a positive experience with your contact lenses.
There are various resources online that you can look to for guidance surrounding your ocular health and vision. We recommend gathering information from trusted sources, such as the American Academy of Ophthalmology and the American Optometrists Association.
Taking care of your contact lenses will help to minimize the risk of infection and irritation associated with contact lens wear. Here are some basic guidelines you should be following:
Contacts that are old or ill-fitted can cause significant damage to your eyes, including vision loss. We recommend only using eye drops as directed by your doctor as some types of eye drops may cause problems with your contacts.
If your contact lenses become damaged or painful to wear, remove them immediately. Signs of irritation and infection include red, sore, or watery eyes.
Blurry vision or discharge may also indicate a severe problem is developing and should be addressed immediately. Additionally, sensitivity to light may also be a sign of an issue.
We’ve gathered some useful links if you’d like more information on proper contact lens care and maintenance:
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Pflugerville, Texas 78660