Hard Contact Lens

Gas Permeable Contact Lenses- Caring

Also known as oxygen permeable contacts, gas permeable contact lenses are a lot easier to take care of then other types of contacts - including soft contact lenses. GP (Gas Permeable) contacts are made from a combination of fluorine and silicone, meaning that they won’t attract protein near as much as other types of contacts.

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Hard Lens And Soft Lens

Contact lenses are easy and comfortable enough to get fitted over the eye to replace the traditional spectacles by providing superb peripheral vision without sacrificing on the part of the appearance or outlook.

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How To Clean Hard Contacts?

Hard, or rigid contacts are comprised of material that is known as PMMA (polymethylmethacrylate). This material is very rigid, and doesn’t contain near as much water as soft contacts.


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Removing Rigid Contact Lenses is as simple as that!

Wearing contact lenses and then removing them is a process which needs to be done with utmost care so as to not irritate the eye. Removing your rigid contact lenses, however, is not going to be very difficult and people just find it pretty easy once they are used to it.

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