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  1. 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...
  2. 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...
  3. 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...
  4. How Do Toric Contact Lenses Work?

    How Do Toric Contact Lenses Work? Do you often look at the reviews for the best contact lenses for astigmatism? Having astigmatism can make it challenging to narrow down your eyewear options, especially when everyone’s level of astigmatism is different.  And we understand what it’s like to spend hours searching for the top contact lenses when all you want is someone to Read more...
  5. What Are the Best Extended Wear Contacts for Astigmatism?

    What Are the Best Extended Wear Contacts for Astigmatism? Can you imagine having one pair of contacts that you can reuse for multiple days? Extended wear contacts are the answer. They’re comfortable for your eyes and simple to use. All you’ll need to do is wash them nightly to ensure they stay clean and to reduce your risk of eye infections. If you have a refractive error, you might be wondering, ‘ Read more...
  6. Which Contact Lenses Can You Sleep In?

    Which Contact Lenses Can You Sleep In? Were you aware that nearly 33 percent of adults have fallen asleep while wearing contacts? We understand the struggle. After all, who wants to get out of bed and remove contact lenses after forgetting to take them out?  Sometimes, it feels like removing them when you’re tired can take forever. And other times, you might be so comfy in your Read more...
  7. What Are Extended Wear Multifocal Contact Lenses?

    What Are Extended Wear Multifocal Contact Lenses? The best part about shopping for contacts at For Eyes is there’s something for everyone. We offer affordable options for every budget and even sell contact lenses online.  Some of our most popular lenses include daily wear, tinted, and toric. We also offer extended wear multifocal contact lenses to give you plenty of flexibility and the Read more...
  8. What Are the Effects of Wearing One Contact Lens?

    What Are the Effects of Wearing One Contact Lens? When you get up in the morning, do you ever find yourself spending too much time searching for your contacts? If you don’t keep them in the same place each night, it can be challenging to track them down.   Perhaps, you can only find a single contact lens, and if so, you might be wondering, ‘What are the effects of wearing one contact Read more...
  9. What Are the Problems With Multifocal Contact Lenses?

    What Are the Problems With Multifocal Contact Lenses? Most people’s experiences with multifocal contacts are positive. The lenses adjust your level of vision, allowing you to see at multiple distances with ease. However, multifocal contact lens problems are likely if you don’t know what to expect or if they’re not right for your eyes. So, what are the most common issues with this eyewear? Let Read more...
  10. Are Bifocal Contact Lenses for Astigmatism?

    Are Bifocal Contact Lenses for Astigmatism? According to the American Optometric Association, astigmatism is one of the most common refractive errors. It happens when your cornea or eye lens has an abnormal shape or curve, keeping light from fixating on your retina.  Those with astigmatism can face symptoms such as blurry vision, eye irritation, and headaches. This visual condition is Read more...

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