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Contact Lens Care

Do

  • Wash your hands and dry them before handling your contact lenses.
  • Clean and disinfect your lenses each time you remove them. Have a back-up pair of current glasses in case of any problems with the contacts.
  • Rinse your lens case daily with fresh solution and let air dry.
 
  • Replace your lens case every 8-10 weeks.
  • Take off your contacts and wear your glasses if your eyes are red, painful, or there is any discharge and call the office.
  • Keep all your eye appointments as recommended by your eye Doctor.
  • Follow your Doctor's instructions to clean the lids if you have eyelid inflammation. This is important for increased comfort of your contact lenses.
  • Apply makeup only after you have put in your contact lenses.
  • Remove contact lenses before removing eye makeup.
  • Completely remove eye makeup at night. Consider SteriLid (TheraTears) or Lid Scrub (OCuSOFT) for make up removal.

Do Not

  • Sleep in your contacts.
  • Put contact lenses in a red, irritated, or light sensitive eye.
  • Swim or shower in your contacts.
  • Wear your contacts longer than the prescribed time— even if they feel comfortable.
  • Allow the tip of cleaning solutions to touch any surfaces (fingers, case, lenses).
  • Reuse any lens care solution.
  • Use eye drops or solutions not recommended by your Doctor. Solutions are not interchangeable.
  • Wear your contact lenses in the presence of harmful or irritating vapors or fumes.
  • Use expired contact lenses or solutions.
  • Put contact lenses in your mouth or use saliva to wet the lens.
  • Rinse contact lenses or the contact lens case with tap water or other non-sterile liquid.

Leading Multi-Specialty Eye Care

Most of our physicians have sub-specialty fellowship training in pediatric ophthalmology, glaucoma, retinal disease and surgery, oculoplastics and cosmetics, and corneal and refractive surgery.

Leading Multi-Specialty Eye Care

Premium Lens Implant Technology

With the latest advances, having clear vision at only one distance is no longer the only option.

Premium Lens Implant Technology

Cutting-Edge Glaucoma Treatment

Lexington Eye Associates has the most advanced diagnostic tools available to help to determine whether or not a patient has glaucoma, to assess the type of glaucoma that is present, and also to monitor the disease over time. 

Cutting-Edge Glaucoma Treatment

Advances in Macular Degeneration

We offer patients in Massachusetts the most advanced diagnostic equipment. Our fellowship trained retina specialists are skilled in the state-of-the-art treatments that are preventing vision loss.

Advances in Macular Degeneration

The Latest in Corneal Transplants

Advanced technology now allow for minimally invasive surgery by targeting disease and performing partial thickness transplantation, such as DSAEK surgery.

The Latest in Corneal Transplants

Current Therapy for Lazy Eye

Our pediatric ophthalmologists are the most highly skilled specialists in Massachusetts for treatment of Lazy Eye, Amblyopia and other related eye disorders.

Current Therapy for Lazy Eye