What do contacts do?
To help you see better, contact lenses are little, transparent discs that you wear in your eyes. On the tear film that protects your cornea, contacts float.
Contact lenses, like eyeglasses, are used to treat refractive defects that affect vision. When the eye does not properly bend or focus light into the eye, this is known as a refractive error and results in a blurry image.
For those with the following refractive defects, contacts can enhance vision:
- Myopia (nearsightedness) (nearsightedness)
- Hyperopia (farsightedness) (farsightedness)
- Astigmatism (distorted vision) (distorted vision)
- Presbyopia (changes to near eyesight that generally occurs with ageing) (changes to near vision that normally happen with age)
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Contact lens varieties
There are numerous varieties of contact lenses, each with unique benefits and drawbacks. By comparing each variety side by side, you can learn more about each.
Gas-permeable rigid (rgp)
Made of plastic that is only slightly flexible and allows oxygen to reach the eyes.
Available in soft or rgp lenses for overnight use.
Soft lenses that have been used for a long time (often one to six days) and then removed. There are other lenses that can be worn for one to 30 days.
Soft daily-wear lenses that are changed on a regular basis, most frequently every two weeks, monthly, or every three months
Why use a lens?
When you are not burdened by anything, life is lot simpler. You can live better, more freely, and more liberatedly thanks to contact lenses, which enable you to live life to the fullest.
Maintain good eye health when wearing contact lenses, and keep a pair of glasses with you at all times in case you need to remove your contacts.
Contact lens: cons
Compared to spectacles, they provide more natural eyesight. Nothing prevents you from seeing them since they move with your eye. When it's chilly or raining, they don't fog up or become wet.
Playing sports doesn't interfere with contacts.
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