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Contact Lens Guide


Do’s


Do remove your contact lenses and consult your eye care practitioner if you feel any discomfort whilst wearing your contact lenses or if you experience any pain, blurring of vision, redness, excessive watering, burning sensation, or increased intolerance to the contact lenses.

Do make sure that you maintain your regular aftercare appointments with your qualified practitioner. This is important to maintain continued ocular health whilst wearing your contact lenses.

Do consult with your eye care practitioner every 12 months to ensure that your contact lens specifications are kept up to date and that any changes in the health of your eyes can be monitored.

Do comply with the wearing regime provided by your eye care practitioner. This includes wearing schedules and instructions on type and frequency of use of contact lens solutions.

Do be aware that over wearing your contact lenses can seriously affect the health of your eyes.

Do remove your contact lenses before going to sleep unless they are a specific type of contact lens designed for overnight wear and you have been advised that it is safe to do so by your practitioner. Sleeping in unsuitable contact lenses can have serious effects on your ocular health.

Do remove and replace your contact lenses if they become torn, damaged, heavily deposited or uncomfortable for any other reason.
Do always wash your hands thoroughly before inserting or removing your contact lenses or before handling your contact lenses at any time.

Don’ts


Don’t wear your contact lenses if you are using any type of eye drops or eye ointment or any other eye medication unless it has been advised ok to do so by your eye care practitioner.

Don’t at any time, allow your contact lenses to come into contact with tap water. In some areas there organisms living in pipes that can cause serious infection if they come into contact with your eyes.

Don’t let your contact lenses come into contact with saliva as this can contain harmful bacteria which may cause serious infection to your eyes.

Don’t allow your contact lenses to come into contact with aerosol sprays, creams, gels unless specifically advised by your practitioner.

Don’t allow your contact lenses to become exposed to excessive heat.

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