|It is very important to follow the recommended wearing schedule provided by your Eyecare Professional, and wear lenses that were professionally fitted and prescribed to you.|
Contact Lens Insertion Procedure
The Right Procedure for Contact Lens Insertion
Contact lens insertion is a little difficult to handle even for an experienced contact lens wearer. However, by following the right procedure for contact lens insertion, anybody can handle the lens well. Most contact lens problems arise from poor hygiene, improper handling of contact lenses and wearing the lens beyond the manufacturer’s prescribed compliance.
Tips on Contact Lens Insertion
Follow the same procedure for contact lens insertion in the other eye.
By following the contact lens insertion process recommended by the optometrist, anybody can insert the lens successfully!
Frequent Asked Questions
| How do I interpret my soft contact lens prescription?|
| Do I need to visit my Eye-Doctor in a regular basis?|
| Is my Eye-Doctor obligated to release my contact lens prescription?|
| Can I wear colored contact lenses?|
| Do I need prescription to wear "Plano"/"0 power"colored contact lenses?|
| How often should I replace my contact lenses ?|
| Are the lenses sold at ContactLensHeaven.com the same quality as those sold by optical chains or eye care providers?|
| Do you offer Free Shipping?|
| Why certain lenses are offered only as packages?|
How do I interpret my soft contact lens prescription?
Please refer to 'How do I read my Prescription'. The prescription for contact lenses is different to the prescription for your eyeglasses. A contact lens prescription contains additional information as base curve, diameter etc.
Yes! A regular eye examination is useful to check your prescription and to evaluate the health of your eyes. This is important for soft contact lens wearers because wearing lenses can occasionally stress your eyes without necessarily causing any sensitivity or loss of vision. This occurs more frequently with extended wear lenses.
The law varies between states, but in most states the practitioner is required to release your prescription once the fitting is complete. Your practitioner is not required to release an expired prescription. Some practitioners are more willing than others to give your prescription to you. Your prescription is also found on the box in which your contact lenses were supplied. Please refer to 'How do I read my Prescription'.
Yes! Contact lens manufacturers offer opaque contact lenses for dark eyes, and enhancer tints opaque contact lenses for light eyes. Use link to view choices, Colored Contact Lenses.
Yes! You still need to be fitted for non prescription colored lenses even if
you don't need vision correction.
The recommended life of soft contact lenses varies, depending on the type of lens. With any contact lens, you should follow the prescribed wear and care instructions given by your eyecare professional.
Yes. We carry the exact same contact lenses prescribed by your eye-care provider at up to 50% off and make the process fast, easy, and worry free.
No!. We do not inflate our prices in order to provide a fictional "Free
We do accept and deliver international contact lens orders.Although a contact lens prescription is not required by law for interational orders, we encourage so, to ensure the correct delivery of your product. For orders delivered in the 50 US States, we verify your Rx with your doctor, for no additional or hidden processing fees.We carry all major contact lenses, like Acuvue, Acuvue oasys, Acuvue Advance, Advane for Astigmatism, 1-day Acuvue Moist, 1-day Trueye, Acuvue Oasys for Presbyopia, Biomedics, Purevision, Purevision for Astigmatism, Purevision2, Purevision Multifocal, Focus Dailies Auqa comfort plus, Focus Dailies, Air optix Aqua, Air Optix Night & Day, Biofinity, Biofinity Toric, Proclear, Proclear Toric, Proclear Multifocal, Avaira, Frequency 55, Frequency 55 toric, Preference toric, Soflens 38, Soflens 66 for Astigmatism, and more