Glasses not your things? Depending on your vision and lifestyle needs, contacts might be the right choice for you. Find out by reading helpful tips on the pros and cons of contacts as well as how to care for them.
Thinking about decorative contact lenses?
6 watch-outs you should know
Here’s a hair-raising statistic: More than 80% of contact lenses wearers admit they put themselves at risk for eye infections, according to the Centers for Disease Control.1 We have a hunch that many of them do so around Halloween. The …Read more
Get better vision with smarter contacts
While a quality pair of glasses can complement any outfit, sometimes you just might be more in the mood for contacts. You’re in luck, too, because new advancements range anywhere from automatic adjustments depending on varying light conditions to monitoring …Read more
10 bad habits that could hurt your contact lenses — and your eyes
From a dip in the pool to applying mascara, there’s a wide range of seemingly harmless daily activities that could compromise your contact lenses – and therefore your vision. We’ve got a list of 10 common behaviors for maintaining better …Read more
Glasses not your thing? Here’s how to make sure contacts are right for you.
Whether you have an active lifestyle, need peripheral vision correction or simply want freedom from eyeglasses, contact lenses could be the right choice for you. Contact lenses are even easier to wear and available for more patients’ prescriptions with advancements …Read more
3 must-have contact lens qualities that will keep the red out
Contact lens manufacturers are continually improving technology in order to provide the most comfortable experience for wearers. Let’s take a look at dry, red eyes and how lens technology is pioneering new solutions in the quest for comfort. As everyone …Read more
Contacts emergency! How to fix those common contact mishaps
In the 2012 animated film “Hotel Transylvania,” a cape-drawn Dracula figure is suddenly repulsed when he sees a teenage boy attempt (clumsily) to remove a contact lens from his eye. Dracula only saw the half of it. Stuck lenses, torn …Read more
What your vision symptoms say about the kind of lenses you need
Finding the world around you a little out of focus lately? You’re far from alone. More than 75 percent of Americans require vision correction. And while vision symptoms can put a damper on your daily activities, they can be corrected …Read more