Contact Lens Care Tips to Keep Your Eyes Healthy

If you wear contact lenses, proper care will be vital to the health of your eyes. The best way to avoid the pain and discomfort of infections and other issues is to follow the instructions provided by your eye doctor for the care of your contacts. Contact lenses that don’t fit correctly can scratch your eyes as well as possibly causing blood vessels to grow into your cornea, a dangerous condition that poses a serious threat to your vision.

You should always clean and disinfect any contact lens you remove from your eye before you put the lens back in. Your choice of cleansing products will depend on the type of lens you use, if you have allergies, or if your eyes tend to form protein deposits. Your eye doctor will be happy to assist you in deciding what kind of cleaning solutions you should use.

Here are some contact lens care tips that will help keep your eyes healthy:

When eye issues happen, call us here at Classic Vision Care for the best in eye care. We are always here for you!

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