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Buy Contact Lens

Updated on September 15, 2010

Contact lens have a lot of functions, they can be used for corrective, cosmetic or restorative purposes.  Typically a contact lens is placed in the cornea.  Most people buy contact lens because it is more favorable in terms of comfort and cosmetic purposes.

If one is planning to buy contact lens, the first thing one must do is to consult an ophthalmologist or optometrist.  A person may be suffering from ailments like myopia, hyper-metropia, or astigmatism, so its best to undergo an eye examination for diagnosis. 

After the consultation, this is the only time a person should decide what type of contact lens he or she will get.  Would you prefer a soft lens or a hard lens?.  Before buying, it’s better if you can get a valid prescription from an ophthalmologist or optometrist.

Buy Contact Lens
Buy Contact Lens

When people buy contact lens they tend to be impulsive.  They often make mistakes in purchasing contact lenses because little do they know that these contact lenses have different benefits.  Purchasing contact lens will also depend on the individual’s need and choice.  Another important factor to consider is the fitting of the lenses, they should be comfortable to prevent any abrasions and inflammation.

Before making up your mind, one must be sure that the contact lens deals with the problem that required the patient to buy contact lens.  It must properly fit the eye and must center correctly, move slightly especially if the eye is blinked, and of course, it must be of correct prescription.
 
Finally, before deciding to buy contact lens, especially for the cosmetic kind, always ask the consent of an ophthalmologist and optometrist so they can recommend the right brand, the right prescription and of course the right treatment. You should only buy contact lenses that are FDA approved to be safe and avoid eye irritations caused by the contact lens.

It is important to exercise caution and care discernment when buying contact lens.  Being too careless about buying a contact less may cause serious eye injuries, this is why it is of utmost importance to review and discern a product properly because we do not want to hurt the most important part of our face.

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      Lori J Latimer 

      8 years ago from The River Valley, Arkansas

      I have always been curious on how these work. Thanks for all the info.

    • HubMania profile imageAUTHOR

      HubMania 

      8 years ago from India

      Thank you DeBorrah K. Ogans and Pinkchic18 for your nice comments.

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      Sarah Carlsley 

      8 years ago from Minnesota

      Very cool hub, I've always wanted to try these. I think they look very cool but I'm not sure I could stand poking my own eyes!

    • DeBorrah K. Ogans profile image

      DeBorrah K Ogans 

      8 years ago

      HubMania, Nice informative hub! You are so right! It is important to take your time when considering purchasing contact lenses! There are many factors to weigh! Discernment is key... Thank you for sharing, Peace & Blessings!

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