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Synonyms for contact lens

a thin curved glass or plastic lens designed to fit over the cornea in order to correct vision or to deliver medication


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According to the American Eye-Q survey, 59 percent of contact lens wearers admit wearing their disposable contact lenses longer than the suggested duration.
Table 14: World 15-Year Perspective for Contact Lenses by
And for people who don't ordinarily wear contact lenses and haven't been trained to correctly insert contact lenses in their eyes, there is a significant risk of scratching the cornea or front of the eye.
Melimine is produced by the body's own immune system and protects the eye from various microbes, enabling the use of contact lenses for a long duration.
Since being in practice in St Albans, I have extended my interest in contact lenses by participating in trials with Visioncare Research, as well as with Alcon, Bausch & Lomb, CooperVision and Johnson & Johnson.
It is essential that you learn and practice good hygiene when handling contact lenses, and follow your doctor s instructions for contact lens wearing and replacement schedules, lens care, and disinfecting routines, explains Dr.
2 Use homemade solutions to clean or soak their contact lenses
09 million to establish a plant in the Central Taiwan Science Park to fabricate contact lens, adding that the contact lens market is growing in Taiwan and China, with contact lenses made in Taiwan selling at higher prices than those made in China.
Theatrical contact lenses are hot items, particularly with teens," says Dr.
Today you can find soft and gas permeable contact lenses designed to correct presbyopia, or you can undergo laser surgery.
One of the great hurdles to extended wear of contact lenses is the potential for infections caused by bacterial colonisation of the lenses.
Buying Contact Lenses on the Internet, by Phone or by Mail: Questions and Answers
In the early days of hard contact lenses, many wearers found themselves uttering this alarm, then dropping to their hands and knees to search for the wayward piece of plastic.
Once popular primarily among Hollywood makeup artists looking to turn mere mortals into monsters or aliens, cosmetic contact lenses have found an entirely new market: trick-or-treaters.
AN increasing number of people who need glasses are opting instead for contact lenses.
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