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Contact Lenses Versus Glasses

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As you probably already know, there are quite a few differences between contact lenses and eye glasses. Glasses have been around a lot longer than contacts, although most people prefer to wear contacts instead of glasses. Contacts have become popular over the years, proving to be the best alternative to wearing bulky glasses.

When you compare contacts against glasses, there are several things that stick out like a sore thumb. The first difference in the two is the field of vision. Glasses offer good front vision, although their peripheral vision is quite poor. Contact lenses on the other hand offer you a great field of vision, including peripheral. You won't be hindered to just looking straight ahead, as contact lenses allow you to look anywhere you want without any problems.

Another major difference is the weight. Glasses are uncomfortable weight on both your ears and your face. They also need to be tightened on a frequent basis, along with adjusting. Contacts on the other hand don't weigh anything at all. When you wear contacts you don't need to worry about tightening them or worry about them constantly sliding your face - which can be very annoying.

Glasses are also known to fog up frequently, and they are very distracting during any kind of sports you play. Contacts however, don't fog up. You can carry out any activity you choose without having to worry about them all. They won't fall off or slide down your nose when you run, nor will they limit what you can do when you play sports.

Another bad thing about glasses is the fact they need to match what you wear. If you have casual frames, they may not suit your evening attire. The colors may also clash, which is a bad thing for those who crave style. Unlike glasses, contact lenses will compliment everything you wear, for the simple fact that they don't stick out.

Although there are quite a few differences between the two, they do have a few things in common as well. Both glasses and contacts require cleaning and careful handling. You'll need to spray your glasses and wipe them off a few times each day. Contacts need to be cleaned as well, before you put them in and soaked in solution when you aren't using them. You may also need to use eye drops as well throughout the day when wearing contacts, especially if your eyes start to dry out.

Glasses and contact lenses can both correct astigmatism as well. If you have astigmatism, you can wear either glasses or contacts. Astigmatism is an odd cornea shape that impairs vision, common with older people. Although most people think that only glasses will correct this problem, contacts can fix the problem as well.

The best thing about both contacts and glasses is the fact that they are both affordable. You can get contacts and glasses at very affordable prices. Considering the fact that you will probably be wearing them for the rest of your life, they will be the best purchase that you'll ever make. Over the years, you'll get your money back and then some for each day you wear either of them.

No matter which one of the two you decide to go with, you are sure to get the vision you need. If you aren't lucky enough to have perfect vision, contact lenses and glasses are the perfect way to correct your vision. If you've been living with not so great vision, contacts and glasses are the ideal way to do the things you love - with perfect vision.

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Odd And Unique Contact Lenses

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Those of you who are looking for a wild, yet unique look would fall in love with the many designs of odd and crazy contact lenses. These contacts will give you a weird and unique look, depending on what you select. They are used in Hollywood in many movies, including horror movies to give the killers a strange and sadistic look.

Crazy contact lenses won't correct your vision, as they are used only for styling purposes. They have zero power and are mainly used to provide entertainment and fun. Unlike other contact lenses, you don't need a prescription for these. All you need to do is visit your local store that sells contact lenses, and select the pair that interest you. If you suffer any type of irritation or discomfort after you wear them, you shouldn't hesitate to visit an optician before you suffer any type of permanent or further damage to your eyes.

For those interested, there many designs of odd and crazy contact lenses to choose from, including zebra style, flags, spirals, colors, and many other designs. They come in two main types, monthly and standard. Monthly are very flexible, and you can use them for a month before you have to change them out. Standard on the other hand, ensure the best in comfort and can be worn long term for up to 18 months before they need to be replaced.

Even though they don't require a prescription, you should still take care of your crazy and wild contact lenses. They need to be cleaned before you use them, and soaked in solution when you take them out. Just like prescription contact lenses, you should always wash and clean your hands before you handle them. Although you may not realize it, not taking care of them (although they have zero power) could easily damage the health of your eyes and lead to serious infections.

If you need vision correction but want to wear a pair of crazy contact lenses, you should visit your optician and ask about wild lenses that have power. There are a few varieties of them, contacts that look crazy and offer you vision correction. Halloween contacts are the most common and most popular, as they offer you insane looks with corrective power. Even though they are mainly used during Halloween, you can wear them anytime you want to spook people or just mess with them.

If you are tired of being like everyone else and sticking with traditional contact lenses, or if you just want to mess with your family and friends, crazy and unique contact lenses are worth the purchase. They offer you plenty of creative and unique designs that are certain to make people take a second look into your eyes. Although most have no power, you use them the same way as traditional contact lenses. They go in your eyes and they are removed the same way, and need to be cleaned when they aren't in use.

Available at great prices, crazy contact lenses are a great investment for anyone who wants to enhance the look of their eyes. Keep in mind that they can lead to severe problems if they aren't taken care of, which is why you should always use caution and make sure that you know how to take care of them. If you aren't sure about what to get, you can always visit an optician and have your eyes fitted for contact lenses. Even though you may not need contacts - an optician can tell you which contacts will work with your eyes.

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Bifocal Contact Lenses

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For a majority of us, presbyopia is something we have to live with. In definition, presbyopia is the lack of focusing on things in close range. The cause for this, is the lens in our eyes becoming less and less flexible as we grow older. The bad part is, most of us will need some type of corrective lenses, such as contact lenses or glasses and possibly even bifocals at some point in our lives as this condition gets worse.

Up until recently, those who wore bifocals had very limited options when they chose their corrective lenses. Years ago, glasses that contained bifocal lenses were just about the only option available. Over the years, no-line lenses were created, and glasses became a bit more attractive. This was a very definitive time for bifocal correction lenses, as they looked a lot better than they ever did in the past - eliminating the bulky and unattractive appearance they were well known for.

Now days, you can find many different types of bifocal contact lenses on the market. They are gaining in popularity, as they give those who wear bifocal glasses a very attractive alternative to wearing bulky glasses. They are very affordable as well - which makes them a more popular choice in the world of corrective lenses.

What many may not realize, is the fact that bifocal contacts are very similar to glass lenses in the way they work. With glass lenses, each separate lens provides a range of focus adjustments, one for distance and another for being close up on something. With bifocal contact lenses, both of the adjustments are included. There are different manufacturers that produce different types of bifocal contact lenses, meaning that it may take you a bit of research and experimenting to find which type works the best for you.

Some lenses however, are made with a unique design, known as concentric. Similar to concentric circles, there are two adjustments - one in the middle the other around the outside. These two adjustments in the contact lens are very distinct, with a sharp line between them. Even though they may sound hard to use, most people find that they are easy use with a little bit of practice.

One type of bifocal lens is the aspheric lens, which have a more gradual change of focus. Both power are in the central area of the pupil, and similar to the concentric lens, your eye will immediately adjust to these lenses and decide on the focus that is best to use.

The third and possibly best lens for bifocal use is the translating lens. Just like bifocal glass lenses, the near correction is found at the bottom of the lens, and the distance correction is found at the top. These lenses aren't able to shift when in the eye, as they are normally made so they aren't able to shift around. This can be great for older individuals, as these contacts won't move around no matter what you do.

When it comes to bifocal contact lenses, you should always ask your optician what he thinks is best for your eyes. If you meet the right criteria, chances are you'll be prescribed bifocal contact lenses. If you wear bifocal glasses, you may find these contacts to be the perfect alternative. You can get bifocal lenses in extended wear, daily disposable, or even conventional - which is great for anyone who likes plenty of choices. With a lot to choose from and a lot to offer - bifocal contact lenses are the ideal alternative for anyone who needs bifocal correction lenses.

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Tips For Buying Contact Lenses

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There are some people out there who wonder why people spend money on expensive contact lenses or expensive glasses. If you've never worn glasses or contacts, then chances are that you have really good vision. On the other hand, those that don't have really good vision will need to get either contact lenses or glasses in order to have near perfect vision.

Contact lenses, in most cases, will drastically improve your vision without having to get glasses, which is reason enough to invest in a pair of contacts. They are very lightweight, and they offer you a full range of sight and mobility. Unlike wearing glasses, contacts don't hang on your face - when you wear them others won't able to tell. If you wear glasses, you may want to look into getting a pair of contact lenses.

You can buy contact lenses in several different ways. You can order them online, which is what most people tend to do. Companies such as contacts.com offer hundreds of contacts and prescriptions, which they deliver right to your door. When you order online you can get a great price, and then have the contacts brought right to you - with no travel or waiting in line required to get your contact lenses when you need them.

You can also purchase your contacts at your opticians office as well. Buying this way is a great decision if you don't have access to the Internet. You can also purchase at a local store that sells contacts and glasses, such as Wal-Mart. The prices are great here as well, as they offer a variety of different contacts for those who need them. You can also buy solution here as well, making it well worth the trip to get your contact lenses.

If you shop around, you can normally find some great deals for your lenses. Depending on the brand and type your optician prescribed, the prices will vary. If you are buying the latest and greatest brands of contacts, you can obviously count on the price to be a bit higher. This is to be expected, as contacts cost the most when they first come out and are available for purchase.

Several people who need contacts will want them, although they think bad things and normally don't end up purchasing them - choosing to go with glasses instead. Contrary to what many think, contacts don't get stuck behind your eyes, nor do they damage your eyes when you wear them. If this was indeed the case, contacts wouldn't be legal to sell - or recommended by top opticians.

In order to buy contacts, you'll need a prescription. When you go to an optician for the fitting process, he will examine your eyes and let you know if you can wear contacts. There are a few types, such as soft and hard. Depending on your eyes, you may have to get a special type of contact lens. The optician will give you his recommendation, and tell you everything you need to know and do for the contacts that he will give you a prescription for.

If your vision is bad, or if you just want to ditch the glasses, you should look into a pair of contact lenses. They are very affordable, easy to take care of, and easy to use. You can wear them during the day, then take them out at night - or get a pair that you can wear night and day. They won't stick out like glasses, as it is very hard to tell if someone is wearing contacts. With many ways to buy them - contact lenses are the best option for those with not so great vision.

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Putting In And Removing Contact Lenses

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If you are new to contact lenses, there are 2 things that you will need to overcome - putting your contacts in and taking them out. Even though you may have got in some practice with your doctor during your fitting exam, you'll find things to be totally different once you step in front of your mirror at home and try to do it by yourself.

The first thing you'll notice is that it can be tricky to put your contacts in. If you are putting them in for the first time, it can be a little tricky getting them in your eye. With a few days or a few weeks to practice, you'll be more than comfortable with your lenses. Always keep in mind that no one is perfect, it takes all of us time to get good at it. Below, are a few tips that will help you with inserting and removing your contacts.

Putting your contacts in

Before you put your hands on your contacts, you should make sure that you clean your hands thoroughly, and that you dry them off. Once your hands are clean, sit the contact lens on your index finger. Next, place a drop of solution in the center of the lens. Now, use your other hand and pull down your lower eye lid with your thumb then look up with the eye you will be inserting the contact lens into.

Take your index finger with the contact on it and place it into your eye. Don't close your eye immediately, rather leave it open a few seconds to let the contact settle. After a few seconds, close your eye and your contact should be perfectly in place. If it feels uncomfortable, take it out and try again. It may take you a few tries, although the more you put them in the better you'll get at it.

Taking your contacts out

Same as before, you want to make sure that your hands are clean and dry. When you are ready to take them out, look up with your eye then use your fingers to grab the contact by the sides and pull it out. You can normally get it out on the first try, with a little practice. Once the contact is out, blink a few times to clear your eyes. If it doesn't want to come out, put some drops in your eye to moisten it up, then try again.

Contact lenses are a great innovation to vision correction, and they are easier to use than most people may think. Once you have worn contacts for a few days or a few weeks, you'll find that it becomes second nature to put them in and take them out. Once you have got the hang of it, you'll be able to put them in and remove them in a matter of seconds.

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Products For Cleaning Your Contacts

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No matter what type of contacts you have, you'll need to clean them on a regular basis. Normally, you should clean them at night when you take them out. If you have night and day contact lenses, you'll need to take them out on a regular basis and clean them. There are a few products you can use to clean your contacts, which we will look at below.

1. Saline

Saline is a common product for rinsing contacts, most used for storing and rinsing your lenses. When you take your contacts out at night, you'll normally put them in saline solution. Even though it is perfect for storing and rinsing your contacts, it should never be used to clean or disinfect them.

2. Daily cleaner solution

Daily cleaner is used to clean your contacts. Simply place a few drops of the cleaner in the center of your hand and then rub the lens gently in the solution. You should rub the contact around for about 30 seconds, ensuring that you clean both sides. When you need to rinse and disinfect them, simply use other products that are designed for that purpose.

3. Multipurpose solution

This is about the best type of solution you can get for your contacts, as it cleans, rinses, disinfects, and stores your lenses. You can do everything with this type of solution, including soaking your lenses at night. Once you have finished cleaning your contacts, simply rinse them with this same solution and they will be ready to wear. With multipurpose solution, you won't need any other products.

4. Hydrogen peroxide

Hydrogen peroxide is a solution that cleans, disinfects, stores, and rinses your contacts. You don't need to rub your contacts in the solution, simply allow them a few minutes to soak. Hydrogen peroxide is a no rub solution, and contains chemicals that doesn't burn your eyes. Before you put the contact lenses into your eyes, you should always rinse them with another produce first.

5. Cleaning and disinfecting

As the names imply, this is for both disinfecting and cleaning your contacts. Cleaning is normally achieved by either ultrasonic waves or agitation, where the disinfecting is done by multipurpose solution or UV light. The instructions for the brand you selected will be on the bottle, and you should always follow them to avoid damage to your eyes or your contacts.

6. Enzymatic cleaners

These types of cleaners are ideal for removing protein on your contacts, normally on a weekly basis. They come in the form of tablets, which you can use with either disinfecting or saline solution to clean the protein from your contacts.

7. Protein removers

These products come in the form of liquid, and remove the protein from your contact lenses on a daily basis. They can be used with multipurpose solution as well, as they will get all of the protein buildup off your contacts. To use daily protein remover products, simply add your normal solution to your case, then add a drop or two of the remover to your solution and put your contacts in.

8. Eye drops

Eye drops are a common commodity with contact lenses. They lubricate your eyes, re-wet your contact lenses, and help to give you relief from dryness. When you choose your eye drops, make sure you select a brand that is safe to use. This way, you won't experience any problems when you start using the drops.

There are other products you can use with your contacts, although the above are the most common and the most popular. You can find these products in your local department store, at great prices as well. If you wear contacts - you should never be without your cleaning supplies.

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All About Contact Lenses

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As most of us know, contact lenses are the best alternative to glasses. They are small, plastic shaped discs that are made to correct eyesight problems like nearsightedness, astigmatism, farsightedness, and other problems. Contact lenses are also used by those who have had cataract surgery, as they can help the eyes to heal a bit faster.

Contacts are used in the eye, where they will float above a sea of tears that rest in front of the cornea. You should always go to a doctor to be fitted, as the proper fitting and design is very important for safety, comfort, and the accurate vision. If you don't get fitted for your contacts, you could very well get a pair of contacts that could damage your eyes.

There are several types of contact lenses available in two main types - hard contact lenses and soft contact lenses. The hard contact lenses include gas permeable and the conventional hard lenses. Soft contact lenses include daily wear, extended wear, and disposable wear. These are all great contacts, although you should check with your optician to see what he recommends.

If you are just starting to wear hard contact lenses or have thought about them in the past, you'll need a 2 - 4 week break period, where you will gradually wear the contacts longer and longer with each passing day. Soft contacts on the other hand, will take less time to get used to, as most people who wear them can break them in a few days.

Contact lenses, as we all know, have many different uses. They are mainly used to correct vision, although they can also be used for those who have just had cataracts, especially if the natural lens around was removed. Contacts can also be used in the treatment of various eye diseases, and scars on the cornea that have been caused by infections or injury.

Contact lenses are a great choice for those who have active lifestyles, such as athletes. They won't fall off like glasses when you run, nor do they hang off your face or fog up. They also offer you a full field of vision as well, which is great for sports. The lens and focus is the same as glass, meaning that you will get the same vision from contacts as you would with a pair of glasses.

A lot of people who have vision problems consider getting Lasik eye surgery to fix their vision problems so that they won't have to wear glasses or contacts. On the flip side, there are several risks and problems associated with this procedure, besides the fact that it is very expensive. Contact lenses aren't expensive, and they are a safe alternative to vision correction.

Keep in mind that contact lenses aren't available without a prescription. Although you can get certain contacts without a prescription, they won't correct your vision. To get contacts that correct your vision, you'll need to visit an eye doctor and get fitted for them. Your doctor will tell you the health of your eyes, as well as the contacts you need to correct your vision.

For several years, contact lenses have been an ideal way to correct your vision. They are more popular than glasses, and they won't limit what you can and can't do. Contacts fit snugly in your eyes and they won't make you feel out of place. You can wear them with any type of clothing you desire - as it is very hard to tell if someone is wearing them or not.

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Cheap Contact Lenses

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Although they may not sound like it at first, cheap contact lenses may very well be appealing to a large audience. As the name implies, cheap contacts don't cost a lot of money. While some brands of contacts may be very expensive, there are other brands that don't cost a lot. When you compare them, there really aren't that many differences.

A lot of contact lens users feel that the cheaper brands of contacts are reliable, dependable, comfortable, and above everything else - affordable. Even though cheap lenses are praised by some - others don't look at them that way. Some feel that cheaper lenses should be avoided at all cost, for the fear that they may damage vision or not offer the same quality that the higher priced brands of contacts offer.

Those who don't wear contacts but have interest in them, may find a cheap pair of contacts to be the ideal way to try them out. If you buy a cheap pair of contacts it won't cost you a lot of money, yet it will give you the satisfaction in knowing whether or not contacts are for you. Unlike glasses, contact lenses won't break or hang off your face. Contacts are an ideal choice for many, for the simple fact that they feel natural - almost like a pair of eyes that you never knew you had.

Something to keep in mind, is the fact that cheap contact lenses aren't the best of quality. As the name states, these types of lens are cheap in price - and also quality. Normally, they are the way to go for people who can't afford the better brands. Even thought the quality isn't the best in the world, those who wear cheap contacts normally don't have any complaints.

Although some people will view cheap contacts as the ideal purchase, others see them as a waste of money. This is all about preference, and what you feel is the best for you. If you have the money to spare, you would be better off getting a pair of brand name contacts. On the other hand, if you are on a limited budget, cheap contact lenses would do you good - at least until you get the money to buy one of the better brands.

Cheap contacts can be found on the Internet, or at your local optician's office. They won't set you a back a lot of money, yet they will give you the vision you need. Contacts are a great alternative to glasses, especially for those who need glasses but hate to wear them. Contact lenses are what they are - the ideal way to get the vision you need without wearing glasses. Cheap contacts are an ideal solution to glasses - at a price anyone can afford.

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Acuvue Advance Contacts

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Just like any other contact lens from Acuvue, the Acuvue advance contact lenses offer you plenty of quality and reliability. They are a cut above the rest, offering you excellent quality and comfort for a very affordable price.

The first thing you'll notice about the Acuvue advance lenses is the addition of Hydroclear, made by Johnson and Johnson. Although other types of Acuvue lenses now offer Hydroclear, the advance lenses were the first. Hydraclear is a break through in contact lens technology, perfect for those who have problems with their lenses drying out. This technology is considered to be among the best - and ideal for anyone who wants the best for their eyes.

Hydraclear is a rich moisture type element that is found throughout the exterior and interior of Acuvue advance contact lenses, helping to give them a soft, silky feel. Once you put a pair of advance lenses in your eyes, you'll notice the benefits of Hydraclear immediately. It doesn't dry out like other contact lenses, keeping your eyes refreshed while you wear them.

Acuvue advance contacts also offer you great protection as well. They offer the highest type of UVA blocking and UV ray protection available for contact lenses. You can enjoy wearing these contacts anywhere you go, which is great for those who travel. If you like to go to the beach you can rest assured in knowing that the Acuvue advance lenses will keep your eyes protected from the sun while you enjoy the beauty of the beach.

Acuvue advance contacts are made from a soft yet flexible material, which makes them a breeze to put in your eyes. There shouldn't any trouble putting them in your eyes, which makes them ideal for anyone who wears contacts. Simply put them in your eyes, and they will automatically conform themselves to your pupils, feeling comfortable from the start.

The advance contact lenses from Acuvue work pretty much the same as other contacts. You need to clean them and soak them in contact solution overnight. They are good up to a month per pair, which makes them ideal for everyday use. They normally come in boxes of 6, meaning that a single pair will last you up to 3 months.

If you wear contacts, you should look into the Acuvue advance. You can buy them online, through your local optician, or anywhere else that sells contacts. They are available in virtually every subscription, which is perfect for anyone who needs a dependable pair of lenses. The Acuvue advance lenses are unlike any other type, for the simple fact that they are very comfortable, dependable - and easy to take care of. Once you give them a try - you'll never to use any other brand again.

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