Being a great alternative to wearing glasses, contact lenses can improve your vision and provide unparalleled comfort. The industry of lenses develops new technologies constantly to create more comfortable and accessible products, and there are many various types of lenses to wear for a day, for a week, and even for a month. Thanks to contacts, many people can forget about eyeglasses and enjoy their active lifestyle. Of course, if you’re going to buy contact lenses, you should first discuss it with an experienced eye doctor who will make sure that your eyes are healthy enough to wear contacts and help you to choose the right type of lenses.
Whether you are thinking about getting your first pair of contacts or updating existing ones, our qualified specialists will assist you in picking up the best product to fit your specific needs. Visit our store EuroOptica, at 280 Columbus Ave, Manhattan, New York, and get a contact lens consultation from our experienced professionals. When our patients opt for contact lenses, two things are very important: a proper and comfortable fitting of contacts and the right hygiene. A contact lens exam consists of two parts: the first is a comprehensive eye exam to check vision prescription and a contact lens evaluation.
Wear and Care
If you’re a newbie in contacts, read some advice you’ll need for wearing and caring for your contact lenses. There is no denying that trying corrective lenses takes some getting used to. But once people overcome their doubts and fears and try lenses that properly fit their correction needs and lifestyle, most can get used to wearing them rather quickly. Once it happens, you’ll discover a whole new world of freedom and clear vision. They will become a part of your daily routine and, as with any new habit, you will just need a little practice. As soon as you get your new contact lenses, don’t forget to set up a cleaning routine.
Cleaning and disinfecting your contacts is a must when you're wearing reusable lenses! The whole process only takes a couple of minutes: 1) make sure your hands are clean and dry to avoid irritation; 2) always start with the same eye in order not to mix your lenses up (since each eye has different prescription); 3) clean your contact lenses immediately after removal using the disinfecting solution recommended by your eye care professional; 4) never use tap water to clean your lenses or lens case! By following these simple rules, you’ll be surprised how easily you'll get used to contact lenses and make them a part of your daily life! Visit EuroOptica at 280 Columbus Ave, Manhattan, NYC, to get the best fitting lens that will meet your vision and lifestyle needs.