Contact Lens Base Curve – What Is & How Importance Is It?

Contact lenses are not one-size-fits-all. Having the right fit is essential for clear vision and long-term comfort and satisfaction with your lenses. A well-fitted lens covers the cornea properly and prevents dryness due to an exposed cornea. A proper fit ensures full coverage of the cornea, optimum edge alignment and adequate movement of the lens… Continue reading Contact Lens Base Curve – What Is & How Importance Is It?

Will The Wrong Base Curve of Contact Lenses Cause Discomfort?

We do love to wear different sizes of lens or colored lens to have larger eyes visually, or to wear it as per the cosplay character’s colors or design. Somehow it can affect us for not following our right base curve and diameter size in order to achieve the look we wanted. Wearing the wrong… Continue reading Will The Wrong Base Curve of Contact Lenses Cause Discomfort?

Why do my Contact Lenses Keep Shifting?

Contact lenses are meant to help you see clearly whilst maintaining crisp visual acuity. Should the trigger a sense of awareness of something into eye; meet your optometrist at your earliest convenience. Several things are responsible for contact lenses that shift and pop out including poor fitting, poor tear film or contact lenses that are… Continue reading Why do my Contact Lenses Keep Shifting?

Understanding Contact Lenses for a Comfortable Fitting

More than 30 million people in United States alone wear contact lenses. What excuse do you have to neglect the blessings of these tiny plastic devices that have been a popular mode of vision correction for this huge population? Contact lenses may be uncomfortable for many but this must not call for a drop out.… Continue reading Understanding Contact Lenses for a Comfortable Fitting

Base Curve: Get the Right Size of Circle Lenses?

Base curve of a contact lens is the most important feature responsible for a comfortable fit. It is the measure of the curvature of the back of circle lenses which help them stay firm & floating over the surface of the cornea. An average iris ranges from 8.00mm to 10.00 mm. Unless contact lenses match… Continue reading Base Curve: Get the Right Size of Circle Lenses?