Home > Medical > Eye Health > Contact lenses Contact lenses All sections in Eye » About Eye » Contact Lenses » Eye Disorders » Eye Function » Eyestrain » FAQs » Health Tips » Infections » Laser Surgery » Living with Eye Problems » Multimedia » Eye News » Pain and Discomfort » Real-life Story » Squint (Strabismus) » Vision Problems » Growing Older Anti-reflective coatings Advanced lens coating technology allows crystal-clear vision in any weather, it repels dirt and simplifies lens maintenance. It can even enhance the appearance of your eyeglasses. Lenses or laser? Thanks to laser treatments and modern contact lenses anyone can now see clearly without glasses. The question is which option is best for you? Reshape your eyes with Ortho-K Orthokeratology offers an easy, safe and non-surgical solution for many people who don't want to wear prescription glasses during the day. Healthy eyes on the digital world A journey through the human eye: how we see Keeping contact with your lenses Contact lenses are small, fragile little things. How can you be sure you haven’t inverted the lens before popping it into your eye? Why different types of contact lenses? It seems that there are dozens of types of contact lenses available, but choosing the best ones for your eyes isn’t as difficult as it might seem. How to insert your contact lens Some people are a little squeamish about sticking a little piece of plastic into the eye. Here’s how to put your contact lenses in without tears. Can they damage my eyes? If you’ve never used contact lenses before, putting a piece of plastic into your eye can seem rather daunting. But they're unlikely to harm you if you follow basic cleaning steps. What types of contact lenses are available? Contact lenses can be a wonderful blessing, but the variety can seem confusing. Here’s a quick explanation of the types of lenses available and what each one does. Glasses and Contact Lenses Lenses for glasses are tougher and thinner than ever before and can be coated with anti-glare tints. Contact lenses can be hard, soft, disposable or even tinted or coloured. How to remove your contact lenses Once the contact lens is in the eye it can be removed only by shaking you head vigorously or sneezing with your eyes open, right? Wrong. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Your retirement - a healthy mindset So many people, why so alone? You can still enjoy the sweet things in life Take the sugar test, it could save your life.