What's the difference between soft contact lenses and hard contact lenses?
If you wear your lenses full time, you should have an up to date pair of glasses.
You've been told that you have to stop wearing your contact lenses if you have an eye infection. But when can you start to wear them again?
You shouldn’t wear contact lenses for longer than advised, as this can restrict the oxygen reaching your eye. So how long should you wear them for?
Wearing contact lenses whilst playing sports can be more stable than wearing glasses.
There are many reasons as to why your lenses may be giving you headaches after a fitting consultation.
If you have no need for glasses for distance vision but are reliant on wearing glasses for reading you could discuss the various contact lens options available to you with your optician.
There are many advantages and disadvantages of wearing contact lenses to glasses.
Your optician will advise how long your prescription will be valid. This will depend on your wearing schedule, how often you replace your lenses, and your eye health.
Contact lenses are made of a plastic material that is able to mix with the water in your eye.