Contact Lenses

Contact Lens Health Week 2019

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Do not sleep in contact lenses. Do not top off, or add new solution to old solution in a contact case to store lenses. Do replace your lenses as often as prescribed by your eye doctor.

Protect Your Eyes!

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Water and Contact Lenses Don’t Mix

When cared for properly, contact lenses can provide a comfortable and convenient way to work, play, and live for the 45 million people in the U.S. who wear them. While contact lenses are usually a safe and effective form of vision correction, they are not entirely risk-free—especially if they are not cared for properly. Contact lenses are medical devices, and failure to wear, clean, and store them as directed can increase the risk of eye infections, such as microbial keratitis. To reap the benefits of wearing contact lenses, it is essential to practice healthy habits. Remember: Healthy Habits = Healthy Eyes.

Page last reviewed: August 1, 2019