Risk of infection varies somewhat depending on the type of contact lens. Single-use daily disposable lenses are the safest type of soft contact lens, in terms of reducing the risk of infection. Rigid gas permeable lenses are a safer alternative than any type of soft contact lens. Your ophthalmologist can help you decide which type of lens is right for you.
Regardless of the type you decide on, proper care of the lenses is essential to eye health.
Here is the Answer to All Your Queries Regarding Contact lenses in and out
how to put in contact lenses?
- Rinse each side of your lens for five seconds with solution.
Based upon your individual tear chemistry and lens-wearing schedule, your eye care professional may recommend additional care for your lenses such as placing 3 drops of this solution on each lens surface and rubbing for 20 seconds before rinsing. This ensures that your lenses are free of debris and deposits. Make sure to follow the routine your eye care professional recommends.
- Place your lenses in a clean lens case.
- Fill the case with fresh Contact solution.
- Soak your lenses for at least four hours.*
Now your lenses are ready for the next time you need them.
- Never reuse solution.
- Replace your lens case every month.