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Significance of Contact Lenses. An excellent substitute

19th March 2010
Contact lenses are those pieces of plastic which let a person to see without wearing glasses. They can be used as substitute of eyeglasses. Generally, they are used for the treatment of certain eye diseases. There is a strong relation between an ophthal... Read >
Author: Paul Kramer

Air Optix For Astigmatism Toric Contact Lenses Feature Outstanding Wearing Comfort

16th February 2010
Are you tired of toric contact lenses for astigmatism that stick to your eyes, cause you terrible itchiness and redness, or are just plain bad? If so, you may want to consider Air Optix For Astigmatism lenses from CIBA Vision. Approved by the US Food and ... Read >
Author: David Long

Optima Toric Lenses Are Long-Lasting Eye Contacts Ideal For Custom Fitting

16th February 2010
Some people need the sturdy, custom-fitted options that only conventional toric contact lenses for astigmatism can provide. If that describes you, then you may want to consider Optima Toric lenses from Bausch & Lomb. These long-lasting lenses are for dail... Read >
Author: David Long

Getting Used to Monovision

05th February 2010
Monovision is the contact lens technique for presbyopia that involves fitting a corrective lens for distance on a patient's dominant eye* and a near-vision one on the other. As with bifocal or multifocal lenses, it is an option that allows the same pair o... Read >
Author: Chelsea Francis

Pinhole eye glasses

29th December 2008
There are many varieties of eye glasses in the market today. If you go to a major store like a mall, or Wal-Mart, you can easily get a prescription eye glasses or contact lens that come in many different styles. However, there is another kind of glasses t... Read >
Author: Stanley

How Vision Exercises Can Restore Your Natural Eyesight

19th December 2008
A significant portion of our population suffers from some form of eyesight defect. The most widely known are nearsightedness, farsightedness or hyperopis, and presbyopia(also referred to as old age sight). If you visit your Opthalmologist with one of ... Read >
Author: Joel Sherman

Wearing Contacts with Allergies

13th December 2006
Allergy season can be a very trying time for those that wear contact lenses. Often, allergy sufferers have itchy, watery eyes or a buildup of protein deposits which can make it hard to see out of contact lenses and also cause quite a bit of discomfort. Wh... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Contact Lens History, Where Did They Come From?

15th November 2006
While there are several people who thought of contact lenses, before they were ever made, there were also several people that improved and adjusted the lenses to the way that they are today. The contact lens history starts in the year 1508.1. 1508In the y... Read >
Author: Penni Markle

Costume Contact Lenses Be Noticed in the Crowd!

30th December 2005
Costume contacts have always been a favorite tool of movie costume designers. What makes a werewolf appear like a real monster and not just an actor in a costume? The eyes, of course! The eyes make the entire image seem real and very believable. But th... Read >
Author: Tatyana Turner

Contact Lenses vs Glasses, What is Best for You?

30th December 2005
Many people wear contact lenses for reasons of convenience and beauty, but they also have practical advantages over glasses. Here are some of them: Vision becomes more natural and the sizes of objects are represented correctly. Glasses distort the form a... Read >
Author: Tatyana Turner

Contact Lenses and Healthy Eyes - 12 Rules Every Contact Lens Wearer Should Follow

30th December 2005
Do you want to switch to contact lenses from glasses, but you're not sure if contact lenses are safe or if caring for them is too much of a hassle? Or do you wear contacts already and want to make sure that you do the best for your eye health? Taking p... Read >
Author: Tatyana Turner

Color Contact Lenses for Light Eyes - What Works Best?

30th December 2005
You may ask why a person with naturally blue or green eyes would want to wear color contact lenses? One reason is to make the natural color look brighter and more defined. Another reason is to change the hue just a bit - ad a touch of emerald to naturally... Read >
Author: Tatyana Turner

5 Things to Know About Color Contact Lenses

17th December 2005
Are you the type of person that likes to play around with your looks? On the other hand, maybe you have always wanted green eyes instead of blue. If either of these descriptions sounds like you, you might be interested in colored contact lenses. Maybe you... Read >
Author: John Mancini

Contact Lenses for Teenagers

22nd November 2005
Does your child need to wear glasses, and hates them? There is another option - teens can wear contact lenses, as well as adults. Find out what the pros and cons of contact lenses for teenagers are, and see if contacts could be a solution for your kid.Whi... Read >
Author: Tatyana Turner

Tips On Wearing And Removing Contact Lenses

13th August 2005
By Lee DobbinsAs a new contact lens wearer, you have 2 main obstacles to get past putting your lenses in and taking them out. Sure, you practiced in the doctors office, but once you get in front of the mirror by yourself it's a whole different ball ... Read >
Author: Lee Dobbins
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