Eye Health

Updated 15 March 2018

Worn out contact lenses?

Typical signs that a lens is approaching the end of its life are hazy vision, discomfort, and lens discoloration and deposits.

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Typical signs that a contact lens is approaching the end of its life are hazy vision, discomfort, and lens discoloration and deposits. These can lead to allergies and other complications. Today, frequent replacement lenses,are prescribed to be replaced before problems can develop rather than after as sometimes these complications are difficult to reverse. It is important that you replace your lenses according to the product labeling or your eye care practitioner's directions.

 

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Megan Goodman qualified as an optometrist from the University of Johannesburg. She has recently completed a Masters degree in Clinical Epidemiology at Stellenbosch University. She has a keen interest in ocular pathology and evidence based medicine as well as contact lenses.

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