What happens when your contacts stick together?

Place the lens in the palm of your hand and soak it thoroughly with solution. Gently roll the lens with your index finger in the palm of your hand in a back and forth motion. If gently rubbing does not separate the lens edges, soak it in solution until it resumes normal shape. Adding a drop of lubricant to the eye prior to lens removal will hydrate the lens and prevent it from sticking together.  Never take off your contacts if they are sticking to your eyes because your eyes are dry. You will get a corneal abrasion which can be an eye emergency.  This can happen if you have dry eyes, do alot of closework or staring at long distances when driving and forced air environments from heat or air conditioning in your office or home!  Schedule An Appointment! http://www.genbook.com/bookings/slot/reservation/30150274   www.EyewearGallery.com

Dr. Warren Johnson/Dr. Do Nguyen

Do your contact lenses ever stick to your eyes or together?




About Eyewear Gallery

Eyewear Gallery was established 30 years ago and our office likes to write about many topics that are related to eyecare, glasses and stories that we hope you enjoy. We write about your vision, health and educational facts as well as some fun information. We pride ourselves in medical eyecare and designer eyewear and have received the Peoples Choice Award more than once. We have designer frames such as Lunor, Tiffany, Oliver Peoples and Tom Ford. We also have non designer eyewear and cater to all ages. We stock alot of sunglasses such as Oakley, Wiley X, Costa del Mar, Ray Ban and Maui Jim for sports and outdoor fun. Eyewear Gallery is also known as one of the few Custom Sports Sunglass providers in the USA in both prescription and non prescription. Please visit our website www.EyewearGallery.com Thanks for visiting and following our blogs.
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