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Posted on 06-21-2017
You recently visited your optometrist in Carmel IN for a contact lens fitting. Whether you wear dailies, bi-weekly disposables, monthlies, or even specialty contacts, proper care is key. Not only are you protecting your contacts, but your eye health as well.
Here are recommended contact lens care tips from an optometrist in Carmel IN.
According to an Eye & Contact Lens article from 2015, it’s crucial for contact lens wearers to avoid getting lazy with replacing and cleaning their contacts. If they do, they could develop fungal eye infections.
It can be hard to muster up the energy to care for your contacts sometimes, especially after a long day. For the sake of your eyes, though, make it a priority.
If you’re a woman, you can still wear makeup even if you have contacts. You just have to be careful when applying eyeliner, eye shadow, or any other makeup that will get near your eyes.
Choose non-allergenic brands to be on the safe side. Make sure your hands are clean before handling the eye area. At the end of the day, take your makeup off first, then your contacts, cleaning your hands in between.
It happens to everyone at some point: you go to take your contact out and it’s stuck. The most important thing to do is stay calm. You can moisten either your finger or the contact with rewetting drops. If you don’t have those, your contact lens cleaning solution or sterile saline works as well.
Do you need a contact lens exam? What about specialty contacts or even eyeglasses? Call on us at RevolutionEYES, your eye doctor in Carmel IN. We’re led by Dr. Hannah Downey, Dr. Katherine Schuetz, and Dr. Jeremy Ciano.
Services you can expect from our optometrist in Carmel IN are sunglasses fittings, sports vision treatment, computer vision treatment, Ortho-K, hard-to-fit contacts, contact lens exams, and eye surgery. To learn more or schedule an appointment today, call us at 317-844-2020. You can also schedule an appointment online or visit us at RevolutionEYES on 14250 Clay Terrace Boulevard, Suite 160.
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