It’s not a secret anymore, that contact lenses are used not only by people, who need to improve their vision. Nowadays, when contacts are so various and widespread, it’s very common to use them as a way to make your ...

Contact lens related health problems can occur, but they’re rare. Infections are most commonly related to poor cleaning routines or other lens care-related issues. If you follow your eye doctor’s directions for proper wear and care, you should be fine. ...

Contacts lens-related problems can occur, but they’re unlikely. Most common eye health issues are related with poorly fitted lenses or not following an eye doctor’s recommended lens wear schedule. If you do experience any unusual eye discomfort or changes in ...

Not likely. With proper fitting, contacts should stay in place almost all the time. Even on that rare occasion when a contact lens moves out of place, it usually stays on your eye until you can move it back. ...

Not a chance. It’s physically impossible for a contact lens to get lost “behind” your eye. A membrane covers your eye and connects to the inside of your eyelids, so the lens is unable to become lost. ...