Question: Can I wear contact lenses if I have dry eyes?
Answer: In most cases, dry eye may not be a contraindication to contact lens wear. Ask your eye care professional for advice on your suitability for contact lens wear and to determine the type of contact lenses that will give you the best comfort.
Question: Do I have to wear contact lenses every day?
Answer: No. You may want to consider daily disposable contact lenses if you are planning of wearing your contact lenses infrequently.
Question: Can I sleep wearing my contact lenses?
Answer: It depends on the type of contact lenses you are wearing. Generally, it is recommended that you remove your contact lenses before going to bed as sleeping in your contact lenses may cause serious harm to your eyes.
Question: Can I re-use my daily disposable contact lenses if they are still comfortable?
Answer: No. Wearing contact lenses longer than its recommended replacement interval may cause serious harm to your eyes. Always adhere to the replacement frequency recommended by your eye care professional.
Question: Can the contact lens get lost behind my eye?
Answer: No. The continuous nature of the thin membrane called the conjunctiva, from the eyelids to the eyeball prevents anything from getting behind your eyes.
Question: What should I do if my contact lenses are inside out?
Answer: Wearing inside out contact lenses may affect your vision and also cause discomfort to your eyes.
Remove the contact lens and turn the lens the right way round gently. Rinse the lens with some contact lens solution before wearing it.
Question: What type of contact lens should I pick?
Answer: There are 3 modalities available from our range of soft contact lenses: 1-day, 2-weekly, & Monthly replacement. Visit your eye care practitioner to determine your wearing frequency and lifestyle needs.
Question: Can I wear contact lenses if I have astigmatism?
Answer: Yes. You can wear a soft toric contact lens to correct your astigmatism.
Question: Can I wear contact lenses for sport?
Answer: Yes. In fact wearing contact lenses for sport have many advantages. They provide natural vision, wider field of view and are not affected by reflections or rain. Our contact lenses also incorporates UV protection, making it an ideal for outdoor sports.
Question: Can I clean and store my contact lenses with tap water?
Answer: No. Tap water, or any other type of water contains lots of microorganisms which may potentially cause serious eye infections. Always use contact lens solutions recommended by your eye care professional to clean and store your contact lenses.
Question: Can I wear contact lenses after LASIK?
Answer: Yes. Patient who had LASIK may wear contact lenses 1 or 2 months after the surgery.