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Please click to learn more >> How to place an order

If there’s anything we can do to help you, please contact us by emailing hello@anytimecontacts.com.au or call us 02 9960 7587 (Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm AEST)

To ensure that your shopping experience is fast, efficient and easy, please have a copy of your valid contact lens prescription or your contact lens box information handy when you're searching for your prescribed brand of contact lenses >> How to Read My Rx

Please click to learn more >> How to Re-order

If there’s anything we can do to help you, please contact us by emailing hello@anytimecontacts.com.au or call us 02 9960 7587 (Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm AEST)

Mostly likely you have not created an account with Anytime Contacts yet. You need to have an account before you can re-order.

>> Please create an account

Learn more >> How to Re-order

If there’s anything we can do to help you, please contact us by emailing hello@anytimecontacts.com.au or call us 02 9960 7587 (Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm AEST)

If you have different parameters for each eye in your contacts prescription, you will need to order one box for each eye. One for your left eye correction and the other for your right eye correction.

If there’s anything we can do to help you, please contact us by emailing hello@anytimecontacts.com.au or call us 02 9960 7587 (Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm AEST)

Use the search bar conveniently located at the top right of every page to search for specific item.

Simply enter the product name to find the item.

Alternatively you can view our entire product range, via the top navigation bar categorize by Brands, Lens Types or Package Size to find what you are looking for.

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If there’s anything we can do to help you, please contact us by emailing hello@anytimecontacts.com.au or call us 02 9960 7587 (Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm AEST)

If you need to make urgent changes to your order please email us within 2 hours of order placement. Anytime Contacts works hard to get your order out fast, usually within the same or the next business day. To achieve this we cannot make any amendments once your order has been processed/dispatched. This includes shipping address, product changes or cancelling orders.

We do have a return policy within 30 days of delivery. For more information please click >> Return Policy.

If there’s anything we can do to help you, please contact us by emailing hello@anytimecontacts.com.au or call us 02 9960 7587 (Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm AEST)

We recommend that each order is for one wearer only. Please place the other person’s order separately, with their own personal & product details.

Order must be placed in the name of the health fund member in which the claim will be made (correct membership name in the Shipping Address).

If your order includes lenses for more than one person and you need individual receipt to make claim, please provide us details of each individual with their full name and their respective contact lenses and we’ll send you (via email) separate health fund receipt per request.

If unsure, please send us individual contact lens prescription to hello@anytimecontacts.com.au and quote your order# for reference.

You can enter your promo code at the Checkout - Contact Information page.

Copy & paste the exact code into the Discount box and click Apply button.

If there’s anything we can do to help you, please contact us by emailing hello@anytimecontacts.com.au or call us 02 9960 7587 (Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm AEST)

Please click to learn more >> How to read My Prescription Rx

If there’s anything we can do to help you, please contact us by emailing hello@anytimecontacts.com.au or call us 02 9960 7587 (Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm AEST)

Yes. You must have a valid contact lens prescription from a registered optometrist that is not older than 2 years, for the contact lenses you are ordering.

Regular eye tests are important for maintaining healthy eyes and good vision.

If there’s anything we can do to help you, please contact us by emailing hello@anytimecontacts.com.au or call us 02 9960 7587 (Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm AEST)

Yes. You must have a valid contact lens prescription from a registered optometrist that is not older than 2 years, for the contact lenses you are ordering.

Regular eye tests are important for maintaining healthy eyes and good vision.

If there’s anything we can do to help you, please contact us by emailing hello@anytimecontacts.com.au or call us 02 9960 7587 (Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm AEST)

No, a contact lens prescription is different from a spectacles prescription and spectacles prescription cannot be used to purchase contact lenses.

Please consult your optometrist for a contact lens fitting first before placing your order with Anytime Contacts.

If there’s anything we can do to help you, please contact us by emailing hello@anytimecontacts.com.au or call us 02 9960 7587 (Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm AEST)

If you do not have a prescription we recommend you consult your optometrist to have your contact lenses professionally fitted before ordering. The fitting process is crucial for safety reasons. Fitting fee may apply for a contact lens consultation.

If you already have a contact lens fitting with your optometrist then you can request for a copy of your contact lens prescription.

Please note: A contact lens prescription is different from a spectacles prescription and spectacles prescription cannot be used to purchase contact lenses.

We advise only to order contact lenses with the exact prescription of the same brand as prescribed by your optometrist.

If there’s anything we can do to help you, please contact us by emailing hello@anytimecontacts.com.au or call us 02 9960 7587 (Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm AEST)

You can send your contacts prescription to hello@anytimecontacts.com.au

Contacts prescription must be issued from a qualified optometrist and includes the eye doctor’s contact information, the customer's name, a valid expiry date and the parameters of the customers eyes.

If there’s anything we can do to help you, please contact us by emailing hello@anytimecontacts.com.au or call us 02 9960 7587 (Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm AEST)

A routine eye exam is not the same as a contact lens exam.

For contact lens wearers, a contact lens exam is necessary to ensure the lenses are fitting both eyes properly and that the health of the eyes is assessed whether the eyes are suitable for contact lenses.

COMPREHENSIVE EYE EXAM

A comprehensive eye exam is an essential part of your overall health care whether you need vision correction or not. By looking into your eyes, your doctor can check for signs of serious health conditions like hypertension and diabetes.

During a comprehensive eye exam, your doctor will look for signs of glaucoma, perform tests to check your vision sharpness, determine your prescription strength, examine how your eyes work together, and check the fluid pressure in your eyes. The doctor may also dilate your eyes to see if you have any eye conditions or signs of other serious health conditions.

CONTACT LENS EXAM

If you wear or want contacts, you need a contact lens exam in addition to a comprehensive eye exam. Your eye doctor will perform special tests during a contact lens exam to evaluate your vision with contacts. The first test will measure your eye surface to determine what size and type of contacts are best for you. Your doctor may also do a tear film evaluation to make sure you have enough tears to comfortably wear contacts.

With the results of those tests, your eye doctor can provide a contact lens prescription that is the right fit for your eyes. An eyeglass prescription is no substitute for a contact lens exam because the two are very different. An eyeglass prescription measures the lenses that are positioned approximately 12 millimeters from your eyes whereas a contact lens prescription measures for lenses that sit directly on the surface of the eye. An improper fitting or prescription of contacts can damage the health of the eyes.

Once you have the correct fit and prescription for contacts, you will need to decide whether you want disposable contacts or extended wear, and if you want your contacts to be coloured.

Your doctor will fit you with a trial pair of contacts and have you wear them for a few days, In about a week, you will need a follow up exam to make sure you have adjusted to your new lenses.

Whether you wear glasses or contacts, it's a good idea to get a yearly eye exam to maintain good eye health and to ensure your prescription is giving you the best possible vision.

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Please follow your eye care practitioner's recommendations. Regular eye tests are important for maintaining healthy eyes and good vision.

We will only process your order after all order details are confirmed correct especially the first time purchase.

Free EXPRESS shipping for any order over $99. Use Code: FREESHIP. *Can't combine with other discount offer.

We charge a flat fee of $8.99 for premium express shipping to Australian addresses through Australia Post Express Service.

If your order/re-order includes both ACUVUE and ALCON products, the shipping fee may double up & come to $17.98 (a glitch in the system and we apologize for the mistake and confusion caused), in that case we'll refund you the overcharged $8.99 ASAP.

We've arranged the ACUVUE and ALCON products come to you in separate packages. This way you can receive your items faster at NO extra cost to you.

Unfortunately we do not ship outside Australia.

If there’s anything we can do to help you, please contact us by emailing hello@anytimecontacts.com.au or call us 02 9960 7587 (Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm AEST)

We will only process your order after all order details are confirmed correct especially the first time purchase.

Express Delivery 2-6 business days (after processed) to major metro areas - Express Post Delivery Network.

*Please allow extra time during Easter, BFCM, December, public holidays and extreme weather conditions period. We appreciate your patience and understanding.

All products are packaged and shipped from Sydney, Australia.

If there’s anything we can do to help you, please contact us by emailing hello@anytimecontacts.com.au or call us 02 9960 7587 (Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm AEST)

Our promise: Tracked delivery on all orders.

We'll send tracking number once your order has been updated by Star Track. Please note that it can take 1-2 business days for tracking information to become available.

ORDER TRACKING:

Click on the order tracking link we provided to check your order delivery status.

or manually track your order > Star Track tracking

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We use premium express service and normally requires a signature on delivery. However AusPost/StarTrack now has the authority to leave your package on your premises if it's safe to do so. Otherwise they'll take it to the nearest post office for collection.

If the courier is unable to deliver, your order will be available for collection at your nearest Australia Post location.

Please leave your comment in the 'Note to Anytime Contacts' box on the cart page. We'll try our best.

Ex. 'Authority to leave unattended' - only on safe premises and at your own risk.

or 'Don't leave unattended' - implies collection at your nearest local post office.

Please click to learn more > > Return Policy

If there’s anything we can do to help you, please contact us by emailing hello@anytimecontacts.com.au or call us 02 9960 7587 (Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm AEST)

Yes. We have a return policy within 30 days of delivery. Please see our Return Policy for more details. If there’s anything we can do to help you, please contact us by emailing hello@anytimecontacts.com.au or call us 02 9960 7587 (Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm AEST)

Please click to learn more >> Health Fund Rebate Information

If there’s anything we can do to help you, please contact us by emailing hello@anytimecontacts.com.au or call us 02 9960 7587 (Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm AEST)

Yes. We support rebates from all Australian Health Funds.

Health fund provider name: Dr William (Huyliem) Trinh optometrist (and not 'Anytime Contacts')

If there’s anything we can do to help you, please contact us by emailing hello@anytimecontacts.com.au or call us 02 9960 7587 (Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm AEST)

After your order has been dispatched, you’ll get an itemised receipt (via email) which contains the health fund provider name (Dr William (Huyliem) Trinh optometrist and not 'Anytime Contacts'), provider number, health fund item numbers, that you can submit directly to your health fund for reimbursement.

Note: When placing your order, please tick "I have Health Fund Optical Cover (optional)" at the bottom of the Cart page.

Please check your Inbox, Spam folder or under 'Promotions' tab for your health fund receipt. Look for the pdf text link at the bottom of the email.

If there’s anything we can do to help you, please contact us by emailing hello@anytimecontacts.com.au or call us 02 9960 7587 (Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm AEST)

Yes. Please provide us details of each individual with their full name and their respective contact lenses and we’ll send you (via email) separate health fund receipt per request.

If unsure, please send us individual contact lens prescription to hello@anytimecontacts.com.au and quote your order# for reference.

Note: Health Fund Regulations stipulate that the name on the health fund receipt has to be the same as the name appears on the contact lens prescription for whom the contact lenses are ordered for.

The breach of health fund regulation is criminal offense for fraudulent claim.

Healthcare fraud occurs when someone provides false information or withholds information to get a financial benefit.

Health Fund Regulations stipulate that the name on the health fund receipt has to be the same as the name appears on the contact lens prescription for whom the contact lenses are ordered for.

The breach of health fund regulation is criminal offense for fraudulent claim.

Please check your Inbox, Spam folder or under 'Promotions' tab for your health fund receipt. Look for the pdf text link at the bottom of the email.

If there’s anything we can do to help you, please contact us by emailing hello@anytimecontacts.com.au or call us 02 9960 7587 (Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm AEST).

We accept all major credit and debit cards, PayPal and digital payment: VISA, Master Card debit and credit cards, Shop Pay, JCB, PayPal, Apple Pay, Google Pay.

For payment over the phone, please call our friendly support on 02 9960 7587 during business hours (Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm AEST)

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Australia’s only no-fee buy now, pay later offering for consumers, PayPal Pay in 4

Pay In 4 in 3 easy steps:

1. Checkout with Palpal

2. Choose 'Paypal Pay in 4*' and complete your purchase

3. Make the first payment at the time of purchase and pay the rest in 3 instalments - one every two weeks

Pay in 4 is fast, flexible and secure

- Make interest-free payments.

- No late fees.

- Get a decision in seconds.

- Backed by the same security and PayPal Buyer Protection you expect from PayPal.

- Available on eligible transactions between AU$30 and $1,500.

- Use may impact a customer's credit score.

*PayPal Pay in 4 will only appear as an option at checkout for consumers who have a PayPal account in good standing and for eligible purchases valued between $30 and $1,500.

Please read and understand before acquiring or using the service. See Paypal Full Terms and Conditions for more details. >> Palpal Pay In 4 Official Site

Information Disclaimer:

The information provided on this page is intended solely as a general information aid. We assume no responsibility for any consequence relating directly or indirectly to any action or inaction you take based on the information or services.

Anytime Contacts offers many secured, quick and easy payment service. These payment gateways are compliant with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (Level 1 PCI DSS) that exceeds the most stringent security standards.

Through the secure socket layer (SSL) your payment details are never exposed to us and are securely encrypted to prevent your personal sensitive information from being stolen.

Please click to learn more >> Coloured Contact Lenses Guide

If there’s anything we can do to help you, please contact us by emailing hello@anytimecontacts.com.au or call us 02 9960 7587 (Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm AEST)

Coloured contact lenses allow you to change your eye colour and create a look that's subtle, bold or anywhere in between — whether you want to enhance your everyday look or other special occasions.

All colour contact lenses are prescribed medical devices that must be fitted and followed up by your optometrist. And remember, never share them with anyone. Sharing lenses can lead to serious eye problems.

>> FIND MY COLOUR CONTACT LENSES

Please be advised all plano (non-power) products are no longer available from our online store, including the following:

1 Day Define Plano 30 Pack

Air Optix Colors Plano 2 Pack

Dailies FreshLook 1 Day Plano 10 Pack

Dailies FreshLook Illuminate Plano 30 Pack

We apologize for any inconvenience

>> FIND MY COLOUR PRESCRIPTION CONTACTS

Your eyes’ health and safety are important. A contact lens fitting by your optometrist is necessary to help you find an option that suits your eyes and preserves your eye health. You need to maintain proper lens care and follow the instructions provided by your optometrist. It’s safe to wear coloured contacts.

Discuss with your optometrist to decide which brand will guarantee maximum comfort and eye safety.

>> SHOP COLOUR CONTACT LENSES

Coloured contact lenses are designed to blend with your natural eye colour. Consequently, the effect given by the coloured contact lenses may vary depending on the natural colour of your iris.

The only sure way to know which colour looks great on you is to have a colour contact lens fitting with your optometrist to trial different colours of lenses to find the ones look best on you. A fitting fee may apply.

Many different colours are available for coloured lenses. Having a fitting for coloured contact lenses with your optometrist usually includes the opportunity to trial different colours of lenses to find the one that looks great on you.

Contacts for light eyes: Enhancement tints are usually best with lighter natural eye colours.

Contacts for dark eyes: In general, the darker your eyes are, the darker and/or more opaque a coloured lens you’ll want to select. A contact lens made for lighter eye colours (blue or green) isn’t going to show up as much on a darker eye.

The only sure way to know which colour looks great on you is to have a colour contact lens fitting with your optometrist to trial different colours of lenses to find the ones look best on you. A fitting fee may apply.

Categories of colours, tints, and features:

1. Enhancement tints: Contacts that enhance your natural eye colour for a more subtle change.

For natural look contacts:

>> Air Optix Colors - Subtle range: Brown, Pure Hazel, Gray, Green, Blue, Turquoise, Amethyst, True Sapphire.

>> FreshLook OneDay - Natural range: Blue, Green , Gray, Pure Hazel.

>> Acuvue Define Vivid

>> Acuvue Define Natural Shine

2. Vivid tints: Vibrant and brighter colours that will attract all eyes on you!

>> Air Optix Colors - Vibrant range: Brilliant Blue, Sterling Gray, Gemstone Green, Honey.

3. “Circle” lenses (also called “doll’s eye” or “Limbal rings” lenses): Increase the appearance of your pupil size. Enlarge and make your eyes stand out.

>> Acuvue Define

>> Dailies FreshLook Illuminate

>> SHOP COLOUR CONTACT LENSES

All coloured contact lenses, including non-correcting (plano cosmetic) lenses, are medical devices and you DO require a valid colour contact lens prescription clearly shows the parameters, lens style, brand and colour specification when placing the order.

Unfortunately, we do not provide free samples.

Make a time to have a colour contacts fitting with your optometrist to trial different colours of lenses to find the ones that look great on you. A fitting fee may apply.

All coloured contact lenses, including non-correcting (plano cosmetic) lenses, are medical devices and you DO require a valid colour contact lens prescription clearly shows the parameters, lens style, brand and colour specification when placing the order.

Due to the strict safety and health regulations, we can only accept returns for unopened, unmarked and sealed boxes of coloured contact lenses within 30 days of delivery.

We only guarantee your satisfaction with our coloured contact lenses if and only if you have ordered the exact prescription, lens style, brand, and colour specification as prescribed by your optometrist. And you must have a valid colour contact lens prescription at the time of placing your order.

We can not accept return/exchange for colour dissatisfaction if the coloured lenses are not prescribed by your optometrist. However you can order different colour from your colour contact lens prescription but these lenses can not be exchanged or refunded.

We do recommend that you take care in choosing the colour and reviewing your order before submitting it.

Please choose carefully as 'Change of mind' returns are not available on these medical items.

If there’s anything we can do to help you, please contact us by emailing hello@anytimecontacts.com.au or call us 02 9960 7587 (Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm AEST)

Only one per purchase! Please be advised that you cannot combine discount offers/codes together.

Kindly choose the one which gives you the most benefits and apply the discount code at the checkout page for your purchase. Thank you.

If there’s anything we can do to help you, please contact us by emailing hello@anytimecontacts.com.au or call us 02 9960 7587 (Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm AEST)

Yes. Free EXPRESS Shipping for any order over $99.

- Use code: FREESHIP

- Cannot be combined with any other offers.

- During checkout, you must enter the valid promotion code for the discount to be applied.

- Promotions are subject to change without notice.

- We reserve the right to cancel any orders deemed fraudulent.

If there’s anything we can do to help you, please contact us by emailing hello@anytimecontacts.com.au or call us 02 9960 7587 (Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm AEST)

Yes. Enjoy extra 5% off your first purchase.

- Use code: WELCOME5

- Cannot be combined with any other offers.

- During checkout, you must enter the valid promotion code for the discount to be applied.

- Offer is limited to one use per customer.

- Promotions are subject to change without notice.

- We reserve the right to cancel any orders deemed fraudulent.

If there’s anything we can do to help you, please contact us by emailing hello@anytimecontacts.com.au or call us 02 9960 7587 (Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm AEST)

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ANYTIME CONTACTS only stocks the world premium brands of contact lenses. These are of the same exact high quality from your optometrist. All stock is original, genuine and factory sealed, sourced directly from Johnson & Johnson Australia and Alcon Australia.

Get the highest quality at a better price by switching private label name to a branded equivalent using the list below.


Private Label Name

Branded Equivalent at Anytime Contacts

easyvision VITREA Daily

Dailies AquaComfort Plus

easyvision AQUAYES Monthly

Air Optix Night & Day

easyvision IRISIAN Monthly Sphere

Air Optix Plus HydraGlyde 6 Pack, 3 Pack

easyvision IRISIAN Monthly Toric

Air Optix Plus HydraGlyde for Astigmatism

easyvision IRISIAN Monthly Multifocal

Air Optix Plus HydraGlyde Multifocal



Product Upgrade


Air Optix Aqua

Air Optix Plus HydraGlyde 6 Pack, 3 Pack

Air Optix for Astigmatism

Air Optix Plus HydraGlyde for Astigmatism

Air Optix Plus HydraGlyde Multifocal

The new HydraGlyde Moisture Matrix Technology serves to improve wettability with a longer lasting moisture boost, making it more comfortable to wear for longer period.

Need more help? Call us (02) 9960 7587, Mon - Fri 9am to 5pm AEST or get in touch at hello@anytimecontacts.com.au

Please click to learn more >> How to read Rx

All our contact lenses have at least 2 year expiry date. You will be getting the latest batch directly from Johnson & Johnson Vision and/or Alcon Australia.

AnytimeContacts is an online store, we do not have all the overheads of a brick-and-mortar store that many optical retailers are burdened by. We simply pass those savings straight to our customers.

We are keeping our prices as low as possible to support our fellow Australians through this difficult COVID time.

All our contact lenses are exactly the same high quality products as those sold through your optometrist, sourced from within Australia, direct from the world leading manufacturers like JOHNSON & JOHNSON and ALCON.

Please click to learn more about >> Maintaining comfort

Please follow your eye care practitioner's recommendations. Regular eye tests are important for maintaining healthy eyes and good vision.

Have your eyes examined regularly and always follow your optometrist's instructions for the proper use and care of your contact lenses.

Replace damaged, contaminated or scratched lenses immediately.

Avoid long nails, which harbour bacteria. A scratched eye is vulnerable to infection.

Replace your lens container every 3 months.

Do not share your contact lenses with others.

Do not sleep with your lenses on (unless they are designed for overnight use).

Do not wear your lenses beyond the period recommended.

Do not use household products (e.g. disinfectants) on your lenses.

Do not use saliva to wet your lenses.

Do not rinse your lenses or lens case with tap water.

If you experience pain or discomfort from your contact lens, discontinue use immediately and consult your optometrist.

Although many brands of contact lenses are approved for wearing overnight, sleeping in lenses does increase the risk of eye infection.

Check with your optometrist if it is appropriate for you and your lens type.

It is recommended that if you are a soft contact lens wearer, that you put on your lenses before applying your makeup.

Always remove your contact lenses before removing makeup.

Sports vision doctors agree that contact lenses are the best vision correction option for athletes. They can enhance visual skills like depth perception, peripheral awareness, and eye-hand/eye-foot coordination.

Unlike glasses, contacts offer athletes a competitive advantage because they stay in place under dynamic conditions, provide a wider vision field, and eliminate the risk of glasses-related injuries. Contact lenses also make it easy to wear protective goggles

Contact lenses are available for just about any prescription. They can correct your astigmatism, and multifocal contacts can help those with presbyopia to have sharp near, intermediate, and distance vision.

Numerous studies have found that children as young as eight years of age can adapt to, handle and care for contacts. Maturity, personal hygiene and motivation on the part of the young person are important factors to consider when assessing suitability for contact lens wear.

Please consult your optometrist.

No. Acanthamoeba and certain forms of bacteria present in water can become attached to contact lenses, resulting in potential infection.

It is recommended not to wear contacts while in a shower, bathtub or hot tub. Acanthamoeba and certain forms of bacteria present in water can become attached to contact lenses, resulting in potential infection.

If contacts are being worn while showering, in a bathtub or hot tub, care should be taken to avoid water being splashed into the eyes. It is recommended to keep the eyes firmly closed while showering. If lenses are accidentally exposed to water, instill a lubricating drop to help loosen the lens on the eye then remove the lens with clean, dry hands. Next, clean and disinfect the lens before re-inserting, or discard the lens.

Never sleep in a lens that has been exposed to water without first cleaning and disinfecting it.

This is a common and natural concern. It helps to first get used to touching your eyes without applying a lens. One very successful technique is to place a warm (not hot) drop of water on your clean index finger and bring it up to the eye and actually touch your eye. The water has a numbing effect such that you may not even feel your finger against your eye.

Please click here to learn more >> How to put on contact lenses in 4 easy steps

It's easier than you think to get used to lens application. If fact, often when people get used to inserting and removing lenses, they question why they did not make the commitment to contact lenses sooner.

Not a chance. It's physically impossible. A membrane covers your eye and connects inside of your eyelids so there's no chance that could happen.

Such contact lens-related problems can occur, but they’re unlikely. Most common eye health issues are caused by poorly fitted lenses, or by not taking care of the lenses like you should.

Not likely. Contact lenses can be easily removed using the method your Optometrist recommended. All it takes is practice and patience.

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 in your eye until you move it back.

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 can be surprisingly affordable. And with vision insurance, out-of-pocket costs may be even less. Plus, replacing a lost contact lens can be cheap and easy compared to replacing lost or damaged glasses.

If your need vision correction, contact lenses are an easy, always-there alternative to wear when you need them for certain activities, such as sports. And, unlike glasses, contacts won’t smudge, steam up, fall off or break, and you won’t lose any peripheral vision.

Please consult your optometrist for your contact lenses need.

No. Your contact lenses have been specially fit to your unique vision needs and the unique shape of your eye. Friends don’t let friends share contacts.

In general, no. Unless your Optometrist has instructed you otherwise, you can safely wear your lenses every day.

Contact lenses are safe. Be sure to stick to the replacement schedule and cleaning instructions that your Optometrist provides and you’re good to go.

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