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How to Buy Contact Lenses

Buying contacts isn't the same as buying glasses for reading. You can't simply walk into a department store and try on a few pair and decide what works best for you. Contact lenses are medical devices, which require wearers to follow a prescribed process to get them.

The Right Contact Lenses for You

While your optometrist must make the final decision on which contact lenses are the right fit, your opinion counts, too! Before you head out for your eye exam, think about how often you'd like to replace your contacts with new ones. Daily contact lenses offer you a fresh new pair every day. That means no daily cleanings with no need to buy contact lens solution, making this option extremely convenient.

Call for an Eye Exam

Make an appointment to visit our eye doctor. We'll perform the eye examination to see if wearing contacts are right for you, take you thru the steps of eye and contact care. Call for you appointment: 412-621-6673.

What Happens in an Eye Exam for Contact Lenses?

Having an eye exam is easy; it's also something you should have once a year. In general, you can expect your eye doctor to examine the health of your eyes and ask a few questions. Check out our article for a more detailed breakdown of eye exams for contact lenses.

Wearing Contact Lenses for the First Time

After you start wearing your contact lenses, be sure to keep up with your eye doctor's advice regarding them. Sticking to the prescribed cleaning and replacement schedule is very important. And of course, you'll need to learn how to insert contact lenses and remove them. While buying contact lenses involves a few more steps than a milk and bread run to your local supermarket, it's easy and painless. And once you get new contact lenses, you're going to love seeing the world around you clearly without sacrificing any personal freedom.