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Contact Lenses are becoming increasingly popular amongst the millions of people who suffer from vision problems such as myopia, hyperopia or astigmatism. If you’re considering getting Lenses, you’ve probably heard of the benefits and advantages of Colored Contact Lenses. Contact Lenses are available in two basic types: opaque color contacts, and translucent color contacts. The primary difference between the two is the way they light up and change colors. Here’s a quick look at some of the pros and cons of colored contact lenses to help you make the right choice for you.
Pros: Contact Lenses offer an effective solution to vision problems that would prevent otherwise effective solutions. Contacts eliminate eye infection, because they do not allow any foreign materials to get into your eyes and cause irritation, or even increase your risk of eye infection. Additionally, contact lenses may even help to correct your refractive errors, or to slow down the process of aging.
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Cons: One of the cons of using contact lenses is that the color you see through them may not be your natural colour, and their appearance can be altered by frequent cleaning. However, coloured contact lenses contain a gas called polycarbonate, which changes color when light hits its surface. This change is natural, and does not affect how you perceive colour. Therefore, if you choose to wear coloured contacts you need to understand that the colour you see through them will vary with the intensity and duration of light. In addition, if you frequently wear contact lenses, your eyes may experience dryness or irritation of your eyes, which can be uncomfortable or even harmful.
Another pro of wearing coloured contact lenses is that they do not hinder your natural colour. Therefore, if you like your natural colour, you can wear it. It is also easy to care for. All you need is to blink your eyes often, and you will remove any dust that may have settled upon your eyes. Contact lenses contain no chemical irritants, and therefore are very safe for your eyes.
As we mentioned above, there are some disadvantages associated with the use of contact lenses. Although, these are a relatively small part of the overall health picture, they can be a big disadvantage if you spend a lot of time wearing contacts, because they can change your appearance. For instance, if you choose dark colours for your contact lenses, your eye may appear much darker upon waking in the morning. Therefore, if you choose a different colour contacts for different seasons, your eye doctor may recommend that you switch your lenses.
This is why you should speak with your family doctor, and an eye care professional, regarding your contact lenses, before making the final choice. Do not forget that changing your lenses is not the answer to your eye problems. You need to take good care of your eyes, and you need to consult with an eye doctor and a vision care professional regularly. Finally, keep in mind that colored contact lenses may not be right for all of us. If you have allergies, or you need other types of corrective lenses, then make sure that you discuss that with your eye care professional.