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Can I wear contact lenses?

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Published on May 3, 2012

We are now able to provide a contact lens prescription to almost any patient. Whether you're very long-sighted or very short-sighted, lenses are now available to correct your vision, and we also have varifocal contact lenses. If you have high amounts of astigmatism (this is where your eye is shaped more like a rugby ball) we can fit toric or gas-permeable lenses that will allow us to provide you with high levels of vision. If you want to wear lenses on a very occasional basis we have daily disposable lenses that you can wear once and then throw away. Alternatively, if you want to wear lenses continually, or even sleep in your lenses because it's more convenient for you, we have continuous wear lenses that you can leave in for up to one month.


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