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A police officer stops a driver to give him a ticket. He looks at the guy's driver license and says, \"This says here that you need to wear corrective lenses when you drive.\" The guy replies, \"I have contacts.\" The cops says, \"I don't care who you know, you still need corrective lenses.\"
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Any patient that needs constant vision correction, and does not have persistent eye health issues (like severe dry eyes, or those susceptible to eye infections), makes for a potentially good candidate for wearing contact lenses. Being active with sports or fitness activities does not preclude one from wearing contacts. There is no minimum age for wearing contacts, so children may be a candidate to use them with the main caveat that proper care and maintenance is adhered to.
Buying top brand contact lenses online through Lens.com is fast and easy. Just three easy steps and your lenses will be shipped right to your door. At the top of every page on our site you will find three easy-to-use navigational dropdowns which will allow you to locate lenses by Lens Name, Manufacturer Name, or Lens Type. Simply browse through our Web site, either to find the lens that you currently wear or to explore possible alternative lenses to discuss with your eye care professional. When you find the lens you would like to purchase, simply select the correct prescription and add it to your shopping cart by clicking \"Add to Cart\". The shopping cart will hold everything for you until you are ready to check out. In short: find your prescribed contact lens, enter your prescription - it's on the side of your contact lens box, enter your doctor's name and phone number, checkout, and then we'll do the rest for you.
Generally, yes you need a copy of your prescription to order contacts from most retailers. However, at Lens.com, you do not need a physical copy of your prescription in order to place an order with us. You need only to provide us with your eye doctor's name and contact info, and we'll handle the prescription verification for you. If you do have a copy of your prescription, we can use this to satisfy verification of your prescription (our system will prompt you to email us a picture of your prescription, or you can fax it to us as well). For your information, Federal Law now requires your eye care provider to release a copy of your prescriptions. Make sure to get a copy of your contact lens prescription, as it belongs to you. Again, having this in your possession is not required to place an order with us, but it's something that is owed to you once you complete an eye examination, so that you can choose where to purchase your contacts.
Yes, contact lenses can generally be a better option than eyeglasses for a number of reasons. Apart from the aesthetic advantages, contact lenses move with your eye, allow a natural field of view, and have no frames to obstruct your vision. They also do not fog up or get splattered by mud or rain and are excellent for sports and other physical activities. Contacts do require care in handling and maintenance, however (especially with reusable lenses), so this is a consideration for some.
Yes, you should be able to wear contact lenses every day, no matter the type and modality of contact lenses you opt to buy. The only time you may not be able to wear your contact lenses every day is if you are experiencing eye dryness, irritation, or light sensitivity, among other symptoms.
Not typically, no. Contact lenses are generally more expensive than prescription eyeglasses because they need to be replaced regularly. However, you may be able to bring down your annual contact lens cost by taking advantage of discounts, rebate offers, and other promos from online contact lens retailers, like Lens.com. If on a strict budget, discounted monthly contacts can be a very affordable solution, costing only a few cents per day.
Prescriptions for contacts and glasses typically last for 1 to 2 years, depending on the state in which it was issued. Prescriptions to purchase corrective contacts & glasses are meant to be used soon after being issued as a person's visual acuity can change over time. To mitigate time and cost of renewing a prescription, there are options to do this online which are cheaper and more convenient than going to an ECP's office. Lens.com offers this online vision exam service.
Yes, there are contacts designed as bifocals (lenses that offer 2 prescriptions in one lens) and contacts that offer 3 or more prescriptions in one lens (often referred to as multifocals). These contacts are designed to address presbyopia, where age-related changes to the eye cause difficulties in focusing on close objects. Bifocal contacts come in soft and hard form.
Yes, reusable lenses are generally safe. FDA-approved contacts go through an objective and thorough review process to ensure they're generally safe and effective, apart from the testing manufacturers put them through. As an added layer of safety, all contacts in the US are prescribed by an ECP to ensure contacts are matched to an individual's needs. Lens.com sells only FDA-approved contacts, and a valid prescription is required to make a purchase.
Any contact lens brand that is approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is considered safe. These include ACUVUE, DAILIES, and ULTRA, among many others. Although generally safe, it still requires an ECP to match an approved contact lens with an individual, as everyone's needs are unique.
Contact lenses can cost anywhere from $30 to $100 a box, depending on the brand and type. On average, most people should be able to get a year's worth of contact lenses for between $200 to $500, and rebates and promotions can further reduce this cost.
Yes, there are contacts designed to correct for astigmatism, also known as toric lenses. Toric lenses correct for the irregular curvature of the eye which results in blurry vision and an inability to discern fine details. Bifionity Toric (monthly), and Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism (bi-weekly) are 2 popular examples.
Buying top brand contact lenses online through Lens.com is fast and easy. Just three easy steps and your lenses will be shipped right to your door. At the top of every page on our site you will find three easy-to-use navigational dropdowns which will allow you to locate lenses by Lens Name, Manufacturer Name, or Lens Type. Simply browse through our Web site, either to find the lens that you currently wear or to explore possible alternative lenses to discuss with your eye care professional. When you find the lens you would like to purchase, simply select the correct prescription and add it to your shopping cart by clicking \\\"Add to Cart\\\". The shopping cart will hold everything for you until you are ready to check out. In short: find your prescribed contact lens, enter your prescription - it's on the side of your contact lens box, enter your doctor's name and phone number, checkout, and then we'll do the rest for you. 59ce067264