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  1. How do you remove your contact lenses? Follow these easy steps!

    How do you remove your contact lenses? Follow these easy steps! Not only do we tell you how to put in your lenses, we also tell you the best way to remove them. Removing your soft lenses isn't easy for everyone. Especially at first it may take some getting used to, but over time you'll notice that it becomes easier and easier. And by taking out your lenses in the right way, you also have less chance of damaging Read more...
  2. How do you put in your contact lenses? Follow these easy steps!

    How do you put in your contact lenses? Follow these easy steps! To ensure your contacts feel as comfortable as possible, it's essential you put in your contacts correctly. But what's the correct way, you ask? What things are worth watching out for? Naturally, it takes time and practice to perfect putting in your contact lenses when you first start using them. We've put together a selection of tips to make Read more...
  3. Is Switching From Glasses to Contacts Safe?

    Is Switching From Glasses to Contacts Safe?

    When having trouble deciding between glasses vs. contacts, many people end up getting both. Prescription eyewear comes in many forms, and having two to choose from opens up your options for protecting your eyes. 

    If you’re interested in switching from glasses to contacts, remember that it’s safe for most people. Whenever you transition between two types of eyewear, you may experience distorted vision or other eye issues. However, these symptoms are often temporary.

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  4. Who Cannot Wear Contact Lenses?

    Who Cannot Wear Contact Lenses? Did you know that approximately 1 in 4 people ages 18 to 24 use contact lenses? That statistic is not surprising, understanding the benefits of contacts. And 45 million U.S. citizens wear contacts as their primary form of vision correction. With so many people choosing contacts instead of glasses, it begs the question: is there anyone who Read more...
  5. Do Rigid Gas-Permeable Contact Lenses Help With Astigmatism?

    Do Rigid Gas-Permeable Contact Lenses Help With Astigmatism? Without seeing an eye doctor, it can be challenging to know the type of prescription eyewear you’ll need for astigmatism (a refractive error caused by a misshaped cornea). Having an eye exam once per year can help you stay aware of any changes in your vision and enable your optometrist to modify your prescription if necessary. Eyeglasses are Read more...
  6. Are Hard Contact Lenses a Good Choice?

    Are Hard Contact Lenses a Good Choice? Did you know that 45 million people in the U.S. use contacts, with the majority being nearsighted? No matter your age, the idea of wearing contact lenses is appealing since you can conceal the fact that you’re wearing corrective eyewear while maintaining the prescription power you need.  Most people prefer soft lenses due to the comfortable Read more...
  7. Can I Wear Normal Contact Lenses With Astigmatism?

    Can I Wear Normal Contact Lenses With Astigmatism? Does your vision ever get blurry out of the blue? Perhaps, some things look more distorted than usual. If this sounds like you, you could have astigmatism, a condition caused by a cornea with an unconventional shape, such as a football instead of a soccer ball.  Astigmatism occurs in families and due to issues with the cornea or as a result Read more...
  8. What Are FSAs and HSAs?

    What Are FSAs and HSAs? Did you sign up for an FSA plan in 2020? If it ends on December 31, you may have until March 15, 2021 to use your funds and until March 31 to send in the necessary paperwork for repayment. Don’t wait too long, though. With the deadlines right around the corner, you’ll want to use your funds and send in documentation right away.  For Read more...
  9. What Is the Grace Period for an FSA?

    What Is the Grace Period for an FSA? A flexible spending account (FSA) is a service you can set up through your employer to take care of approved healthcare expenses. In 2020, employees can contribute up to $2,750 from their annual income before taxes. Most people’s FSAs end on the final day of the year (December 31), but that doesn’t mean you need to spend all your FSA by then. Read more...
  10. FSA-Eligible Expenses: 10 Things I Can Buy With My FSA

    FSA-Eligible Expenses: 10 Things I Can Buy With My FSA The grace period for your flexible spending account (FSA) may be coming to an end. Put that money to good use, and assume control of your eye care today by taking advantage of some FSA-eligible expenses.  10 FSA-Eligible Expenses We know the cost for eye care can add up, which is where FSAs come in handy. While they may not cover everything Read more...

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