Technological advances have made wearing and caring for contact lenses convenient and easier than ever. New multipurpose solutions make quick work of disinfecting, cleaning and storing them. The most convenient option is daily disposables because you just wear them once and then throw them away- no cleaning and no storage.
Certainly. Contact lenses give players crisp, clear vision, and you won't have to bother with lenses fogging up, getting damaged or falling off, as glasses might. In addition, there is no loss of peripheral (side) vision, also an issue with glasses. Finally, contact lenses are easier and more comfortable to wear with protective goggles. For water sports, such as swimming, please consult with your eye doctor about wearing contact lenses.*
*Exposing contact lenses to water may increase the risk of eye infection from microorganisms.
It depends. Certain contact lenses can be worn as you sleep. However, the risk of eye problems increases with overnight wear. Your eye doctor is the only one that can determine if overnight wear is the right option for you. If so, he/she can offer you information on proper overnight use and replacement schedules.
Yes. In the past, astigmatism was sometimes a barrier to wearing contacts, but with technology advances, people with astigmatism are able to enjoy all the benefits and the freedom of contact lenses.
Daily Disposable lenses are used just one time and then discarded, as a result most doctors agree that they are the healthiest option for contact lens wearers. In addition to this benefit, if you suffer from allergies, clinical research shows that daily changing of your contact lenses (made from etafilcon A) may improve comfort for people suffering from mild discomfort and/or itching associated with allergies while wearing contacts, compared to lenses replaced at intervals of greater than two weeks.
Finally, daily disposables offer the convenience and ease of not having to use contact lens cases or solution.