FAQs

Contact Lenses Without A Prescription- Are They Safe?

Even though you can get non prescription contacts, they aren’t meant to correct your vision. Known as plano, the most common type of non prescription contact lenses are the opaque color contact lenses. Even though they don’t require a prescription, those who want them need to consult with an optometrist first to ensure they get the right fit.

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How To Put In Contact Lenses

People often say ‘no’ when they are asked that whether they know how to put contact lenses in their eyes. They usually say that it’s irritating to even think of putting any kind of plastics in the eye. But if the contact lenses are applied in a correct manner then such feeling can be avoided.

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Near And Far- How To Know Which Sight You Have?

You may be well aware that your vision is less than perfect. You may not know however whether you are nearsighted or farsighted. Although most people just trust that their eye care professionals are great with paper work and note the correct choice of the two, you may be curious to know where you fall in the spectrum.

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The Differences Between Vision And Eyesight

Many people are so used to seeing a blurry world or dealing with eyestrain. It is perfectly normal for those who sight problems to not see as clearly as they should and not know the difference. Once their vision is corrected they see a clearer world for the first time and things appear so much different and the strain has been released.

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The Latest And Greatest In Vision Correction

More and more people have recently been looking to have their vision corrected on a long term basis. Determined to throw away their contact lenses and glasses forever, they are looking into other options and many are going under the knife, or laser as it may be, to experience these modern day miracles of science for themselves.

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