Sleeping in Your Contact Lenses… On Purpose?

​Have you ever been to your doctor’s office and been scolded for sleeping in your contact lenses?

Did you know that there are three types of lenses that you can sleep in if you are directed to by your doctor?

First is the typical soft “night and day” lenses, second is a bandage lens for certain corneal injuries, and third is a lens called an Ortho K lens. This last type of lens is the most exciting. It is the newest service provided to you by Jensen Eye…

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Corneal Disease and Contact Lenses

If you have read some of the previous contact lens blogs, you know that one possible sign of corneal disease is a difficulty with regular contact lenses and high astigmatism. Also included among the symptoms listed in those blogs are glasses that are never quite clear and frequent changes in your vision. These symptoms are likely pointing to a specific corneal condition called keratoconus. This disease is a progressive thinning of the cornea such that it becomes deformed and distorts the light…

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A Culture of Care—Travis’ Story

​Meet Travis.

Travis was looking for a new contact lens option when he found Jensen Eye Care. After being unimpressed with other places in town, he came through the doors and liked what he saw—more specifically he was impressed with the technology, the speed with which he got in and out of his exam, and the care he received.

“The exams are very thorough,” he…

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What Makes a Good Contact Lens?

There are three contact lens factors that affect the success of a contact lens wearer. (There are also factors of the eye that can affect contact lenses such as disease and dry eye. However, for this article, I am concentrating on the factors specific to the lens itself.)

The three contact lens factors are fit, material, and prescription. For someone to like their contact lenses, all three of these things must be aligned and done well.

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