What Happens If Contact Lenses Are Made Too Thick?

Answer Contact lenses, like glasses, are corrective lenses for the eye, with the major difference being that contacts are worn directly on the cornea. The mechanics by which vision is corrected is the sam... Read More »

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What happens at a first time contact lenses exam?

First the optometrist does a lot of tests to see how well your eyes are working... The typical E f pt o zcharts...... zooming in on your eyes, asking you to read stuff, etc.MY lenses are the ... Read More »

What are contact lenses made out of?

There are two major types of contact lens: soft lenses and hard gas permeable (GP) contacts. Each type of lens is made out of different material.Soft ContactsSoft contacts are made from hydrogels, ... Read More »

Why do you have to take contact lenses out after so many hours, what happens if you exceed the time?

When you first get contact lenses, it can take a while to get used to them. One of the reasons you are advised to wear them for a short time is that your eyes may get dry. Don't panic too much. ... Read More »

How Are Colored Contact Lenses Made?

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