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If you think contact lenses would suit you best, our optometrists will carry out an in-depth contact lens examination.
They will also talk to you about any lifestyle factors that may influence the sort of lens you should choose. These factors might include whether you have an active lifestyle and how often you think you will wear the lenses.
You will then be guided through the fitting process and given aftercare advice. Following a trial of your new lenses, you will be asked to return for a final assessment and to ensure everything is well.
CONTACT LENS OPTIONS
We have a variety of contact lenses to suit patient requirements.
Our range of contact lenses includes flexible options such as daily disposable and monthly contact lenses for either everyday or occasional wear.
We can recommend the ideal contact lenses to best suit your lifestyle.
USING YOUR CONTACT LENSES
When wearing contact lenses, it's important to take extra care and precaution to keep your eyes healthy. If you are experiencing any discomfort or think you may have an infection, please contact us.
We will talk you through everything at your appointment but just in case you need a reminder, here are some quick notes on good practice for contact lens wearers.
Be sure to have clean and dry hands prior to handling your contact lenses
Attend regular check-ups at your opticians
Have a pair of back-up spectacles with your up-to-date prescription, just in case.
Carefully follow product guidance for any contact lens solution or drops you use.
Don't wear/use your contact lenses for longer than they should be worn/used.
Insert your contact lenses before applying makeup and remove them before your makeup is taken off.
Avoid any contact between your contact lenses and tap water.
Don't sleep in your lenses unless told otherwise (some specialist contact lenses like Ortho-K are meant to be worn overnight)
You should discard any expired contact lenses, solution etc. They may no longer be safe to use.
Do not share contact lenses with anyone else.
Don't wear your contact lenses if you think you have an eye injury, infection or are experiencing any discomfort or change in vision.