It’s now easier and healthier to wear contact lenses than ever before. Advancements in lens technology provide options like soft bifocal lenses and astigmatic soft lenses for people who formerly thought contact lenses were not viable for them. Contact lenses are more comfortable now, too, so if you happen to be a previous contact lens “dropout”, ask your doctor about the new materials that make contacts more comfortable. Or choose from a variety of colors to brighten your eyes or improve sports performance.
Because there are so many contact lens options available, it’s vital that you have a doctor fit you for the lenses most suitable to your specific needs. To ensure ongoing eye health, it is important for contact lens wearers to have annual eye exams. Contacts interact directly with delicate eye tissues and an eye exam could detect problems before they negatively impact your eye health or vision.
Everybody’s eyes are different. So are their vision correction needs. As a result, your eye doctor will need to take measurements to fit you for contact lenses during your comprehensive eye exam. When contacts don’t fit properly, they can cause discomfort, blurred vision, or eye damage.
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After the dry eye condition has been treated you can try contact lenses. Certain materials work better than others for dry eyes. Because GP lenses don’t dry out the way soft lenses can, they may be the better option for some dry eye sufferers.