So, what can you do about these problems?
- Try a new lens. Ask your doctor to change your prescription to something else.
- Get a new lens from your current supply.
- Try a new solution. As previously stated. It’s important to call to ask which kind of solution is recommended based on the contact you are using.
- Stop sleeping in them.
- Wear them for five days a week instead of all seven.
There is a solution that can cover all of these problems—daily lenses! (This, however, is not for everyone.) None of my patients who wear daily lenses get infections.None.
If the lens is new every day, there is no over wear, no solutions to bother with, the lenses never get old, and our office has both silicone and non-silicone daily lenses to cover any possible troubles with allergies.
If you are personally struggling with the comfort of your contact lenses, please contact Jensen Eye Care for help at 307.265.7008 and schedule an appointment. Dr. Clark and I are more than happy to help anyone who wants more out of their lenses.