Can you lose a contact lens in your eye?

Answer You cannot lose contact lens in your eye, according to the Contact Lens Centers, because the back of the eye is a closed system. The membrane that covers the eyeball and lining of the eyelid, is at... Read More »

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I accidentally used hydrogen peroxide cleaner for contact lenses on my contact lens. Did it ruin my lens?

It is a little unclear what happened, it sounds like you used peroxide contact cleaner for re-wetting solution or something like that. This stuff is made to clean contacts, how could it ruin them, ... Read More »

How Does a Soft Contact Lens Differ From a Normal Contact Lens?

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How to Find a Contact Lens in Your Eye?

Losing a contact lens in your eye might seem scary, but there is a way to find it. Your eye naturally blocks the lens from sliding behind your eye, so the lens will still be on the front part of yo... Read More »

How to Insert a Soft Contact Lens Into Your Eye?

Soft contact lenses allow you the possibility of good vision without needing to wear glasses. With new technology, contact lenses are designed for wearers not to feel anything in their eye. For a b... Read More »