Yes because usually younger eyes tend to be a bit smaller than when you are older. It sometimes can hurt your eyes to try and put contact lenses in them, or they just might not fit!
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-No it can not . It can just lead to a little higher risk to eye infection though . I got them when I was a few days before 11 . Just be responsible and be careful . Wash your hands , and learn how to put them on and take them off . Ask all the questions you need at the optometrist .
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Soft contact lenses were a big invention in the field of contact lenses. It dates back to 1959-60 when Otto Wichterle and Drahoslav Lim first developed soft lenses. These were much better than earlier versions of lenses which were very hard for the eyes. Being first lenses to allow oxygen permeability to the eyes, they soon become quite popular. However, you would be surprised to know that a lot of names are linked with the invention of first contact lenses. There is no single name you can attribute the invention of contact lens. From 1500 to 2000 a lot of research and development has taken place in the field and several names are associated with the development of contact lenses. Some of the prominent names are: Leonardo da Vinci(For conceptualostaion in 1508) René Descartes(1636) Thomas Young (1801) Sir John Herschel(1845) Adolf Eugen Fick (1887) Louis J. Girard (1887) William Feinbloom (1936, introduced plastic lenses) Otto Wichterle and Drahoslav Lim (developed soft lenses in 1960s which got approved in 1970 by FDA).
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It depends on the patient. Wearing contact lenses is a huge responsibility for someone that young. Hygeine is imperative, they must be kept as sterile as possible at all times. Lenses must also be handled with the greatest of care, even the slightest amount of damage to a lens can cause irritation and the patient needs to know what to do about it. The patient will also need to know what do if lens splits or a fragment breaks off in their eye, if this isn't dealt withcorrectly it could lead to a vry serious infection. If you are confident that a 13 year old can handle all the responsibility involved with wearing contact lenses, then they could wear them. However, you may struggle to find an Optometrist willing to prescribe them!
At such a young age, an Eye Doctor might advise the patient that it would be better for them for wear glasses and wait till they hit their teems. Just advise the doctor on what may and/or may not be the right option.
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One view:Avril's eye color is blue grey.Another view:As it can be seen in old pictures of her in a really young age,it is said that her real eye color is hazel and that she wears blue contact lenses.
The famous and versatile scientist, Leonardo Da Vinci first introduced the general concept behind the invention of contact lenses. He was more concerned about knowing the mechanism of eye accommodation and explained how the power of the cornea can be changed by immersing the eye in a bowl of water. It was only after three centuries following this observation that contact lenses were manufactured and used. After Leonardo, in the early years of the 17th century, Descartes proposed that corneal contact lenses be used to correct eyesight. His idea involved using a glass tube filled with liquid and a protruding end made of clear glass, which was to be positioned directly with the cornea. This was, however, impractical as it prevented blinking. In the year 1801, Thomas Young built on Descartes' proposal to correct his own vision by using a water filled tube of glass whose outer end was fitted with a microscopic lens and looked like an eyecup. However, this did not rectify the problems of light refraction. The English astronomer Sir John Herschel came up with two ideas of a sphere of glass filled with animal jelly and making a mould of the wearer's eye to fit exactly on the eye surface. However, Herschel never put his ideas to action and it was really Dr. Dallos who, much later, perfected the method of taking a mould from the wearer's eye to correspond to the actual shape of the eye. The forerunner of the contact lenses used today was was developed by a German named Adolf Fick who explained how afocal scleral contact "shells" could be placed on the less sensitive part of tissue surrounding the cornea. In 1887, he constructed and fitted the first ever workable contact lenses based upon this idea and these were made of heavy blown glass and covered the entire eye surface with the empty space between the cornea and glass filled with a sugar solution. As Fick's lenses were large and cumbersome, it was Muller who came up shortly with a more manageable glass blown scleral lens. Till the 1930's, the above-mentioned scleral leses were the only type of contact lenses available. Following this, plastic scleral lenses were constructed for the first time with the invention of polymethyl methacrylate - better known as Plexiglass. William Feinbloom introduced the first American lenses where the centre was made of glass covering the cornea with an outer band of plastic covering the sclera. In 1945, the American Optometric Association acknowledged the fitting of contact lenses to be an important part of optometric practice. In 1948, Kevin Tuohy started manufacturing contact lenses made entirely of plastic but still covering the entire cornea. However, in the later part of the same year, Butterfield modified Tuohy's design by manufacturing lenses, which had flatter curves and closely corresponded to the corneal shape to sit better on the eyes. Throughout the next two decades plastic corneal lenses were used, which were much smaller and thinner and were placed on the cornea rather than on the entire visible eye surface. One of the major drawbacks of these PMMA lenses was that oxygen could not pass through the lens to the cornea thereby potentially resulting in serious side effects. Therefore, in the 1980's and 1990's rigid oxygen permeable materials or polymers were developed to counter this problem. These are hard contact lenses and, though continuous improvements were made to make these plastic lenses smaller and thinner, these were in general quite uncomfortable for many users. < />In 1960, Otto Wichterle's experiments led to the path-breaking discovery of the use of soft contact lenses made of a soft water resistant plastic, which were more popular than the conventional rigid lenses due to higher and more immediate comfort level. The approval of the soflens material by the United States FDA came through in 1971 and became available for commercial distribution by Bausch and Lomb. Today about 90% of contact lenses sold in the U.S are soft lenses.
Yes, children as young as nine are able to wear contact lenses. In fact, because of their high levels of involvement in team sports, it is often recommended that children wear contacts, rather than trying to wear glasses, as it is quite simply more convenient.
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