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Everything You Need to Know Before Making the Switch from Glasses to Contact Lens

Feb 03,2023 | MYEYEBB

Contact lenses are a great way to get rid of your glasses and see the world in a whole new way. But before you make the switch, there are some things you should know. For instance:

There are many upsides to switching from glasses to eye contacts.

If you're tired of dealing with glasses, there are many upsides to switching to eye contacts.
  • Eye contacts are more comfortable than glasses. They fit better and don't feel as heavy on your face, so you can wear them longer without feeling any strain or discomfort.
  • Contact lenses are less expensive than glasses. Glasses require frequent replacement and repair, which adds up over time--and we haven't even mentioned the cost of frames yet! Eye contacts last longer and therefore cost less money in the long run.
  • It's easier to wear contact lenses than it is to wear glasses all day long every day (or night). You don't have to worry about keeping track of where your glasses are at all times; instead, just put them on when needed and take them off when not needed anymore--simple!

Contact lens wearers can enjoy a wider field of vision and less distortion.

Eye contacts provide a wider field of vision and less distortion.
Eye contacts can also help you avoid wearing your glasses when they're not necessary, like when you're swimming or playing sports. And if you do wear your eye contacts when they're not needed, like while sleeping or showering in the morning before putting on makeup, there's no need to worry about them slipping down your nose or getting foggy--and if they do get wet (or dirty), they're easier to clean than regular glasses!

They are much easier to clean than a pair of glasses.

When it comes to cleaning your contact lenses, you can't beat the ease of a daily routine. Since they are not in direct contact with the skin around your eyes and nose, they are much easier to clean than a pair of glasses.
Contact lenses are also more hygienic than glasses because they don't touch any part of your face except for the cornea--the clear dome at the front of your eye that lets light pass into and out of it. This means there is less chance of dust or germs getting trapped between your eyelids or seeping into places where they shouldn't be (like if you were wearing glasses). The only way bacteria could get into one's eyes would be if they were rubbing their eyes too hard while sleeping or working out at the gym--something that can happen regardless if one is wearing eye contacts or not!

Contact lenses won't fog up like glasses!

If you wear glasses, you know that they can fog up while you're out in the cold or when you're exercising. Contact lenses don't have this problem because they are breathable and allow oxygen to reach your cornea. They also sit on top of the eye instead of being placed inside it, so there's no room for moisture or other irritants to build up and create foggy vision.
Contact lenses are made from soft materials that allow oxygen to reach your cornea better than hard plastic glasses do!

They don't slip down your nose constantly.

If you're used to wearing glasses, you know that they can be a pain in the butt when it comes to keeping them on. They'll slide down your face or fall off if you're not careful--and they can even get lost! Eye contacts are different: they stay in place because they're designed specifically for your eyes, so they fit better than any pair of glasses would ever fit (and with less effort). You won't have to worry about losing or breaking them either; Eye contacts are durable and easy-to-clean items that will last for years if properly cared for by their owners.

Eye Contacts can be great for sports!

Contact lenses are more comfortable than glasses and they're also a lot more hygienic. This is because contact lens wearers don't have to constantly clean their glasses with a microfiber cloth or spray them with anti-glare solutions like those who wear glasses do. Plus, if you're an athlete, you won't have to worry about your eye contacts falling out during playtime either--they'll stay secure thanks to the tight fit around your eye socket (and that's why some athletes choose to get fitted for custom-made eye contacts).
So what are you waiting for? Make the switch from glasses to eye contacts today!