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Top 10 Myths About Contact Lenses

Considering wearing contact lenses? Discover the truth about contact lenses here. In this article the ten most common myths about contact lens and misconceptions are corrected and explained.

Myth 1: Wearing contact lenses might be painful

Soft contact lenses are designed with the comfort of the wearer comfort as the primary concern. Many seasoned contact lens wearers forget that they are even wearing contact lenses when they are in their eyes. Although it is common for contact lens wearers to feel a new sensation in their eyes when they wear contact lenses for the first time, the eyes will soon grow accustomed to the contact lenses.

Myth 2: I won't be able to get contact lenses into my eyes

Learning how to insert contact lenses into your eye does take a little practice. Your Optician will ensure that you are fully trained in how to do this before they prescribe you with contact lenses. Putting your contact lenses in soon becomes a quick and simple habit for people. For more information on how to insert contact lenses safely, have a look at Lenstore.co.uk's Guide for Contact Lens Wearers.

Myth 3: Contact lenses could become stuck to my eye

Contact lenses are designed not to stick to your eye. If you are experiencing difficulty in removing your contact lensesScience Articles, it is likely that they have been worn for too long and have become dry. This is easily remedied by adding a few drops of contact lens eye drops to the contact lens. This will lubricate the contact lens and loosen it. The contact lens should then be easy to remove.

Myth 4: Contact lenses could get lost inside or behind my eye

It is absolutely impossible for your contact lenses to get lost inside or behind your eye. A thin membrane which stretches between the eyelids covers the eye. Contact lenses sit in front of this membrane and the membrane is more than strong enough to prevent contact lenses from moving behind the eye.

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