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Contact Lenses Are Not One-Size-Fits-All

Did you know that there are different kinds of contact lenses??

Not only are there different materials, prescriptions, and brands, but there are also different types that perform different functions!

Some contact lenses are primarily used to help a person see more clearly, while some are made to help correct eye issues like irregularly shaped corneas.

Other contacts are intended to be used purely for cosmetic reasons, and some are made to be worn for extended periods of time.

Read this article from the AOA about the various types of contact lenses!