What are the dangers of extended wear contacts?

Answer Extended wear contacts offer many advantages. You sleep in the lenses and only have to change them every week or two. If you are awakened in the middle of the night, you wake up with clear vision. ... Read More »

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Do they make extended wear contacts for astigmatism?

Astigmatism causes blurred vision due to an irregularly shaped cornea, lens or front of the eye. There are a wide variety of contact lenses available for astigmatism, including hard, soft and exten... Read More »

How long can you wear extended wear contact lenses?

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the silicone hydrogel or "super-permeable" extended wear contact lenses for continuous wear of up to 30 days, according to All About Vision. Other... Read More »

How long do you wear extended wear contact lenses?

Most extended wear contact lenses can be worn for seven days without removing them. However, some types of extended wear contact lenses have been approved for up to 30 days of wear without removal.... Read More »

Dangers of Colored Contacts?

If you've ever wanted to give yourself seductive emerald eyes for a special night, or to put the finishing touches on a Halloween costume with crazy yellow eyes, you may have thought you could buy ... Read More »