Well, if only one of your eyes needs correction then you only need one lens. As long as the lenses are colored it is unlikely anyone will notice any difference. Some people are sensitive to contacts and when they wear them their eyes get redder. If this is the case with you then people will probably notice the redness in one eye but will usually assume that there is a cause other than contacts.
Hope this helps!
No, there's no difference.
For most people, yes--your prescription will USUALLY be different in each eye.
The left one goes in the left eye and the right one goes in the right eye... ;)
The O.D. designation on an eyeglass or contact lens prescription means the right eye or oculus dexter. The O.S. means left eye or oculus sinister.
dang you blind!!
Well if your right handed (which apparently you are) it's because for right handed people your left eye is always sensitive. For left handed people their right eye is more sensitive. Hope this helped!
As such there is no difference between the lenses as long as prescription is same for both the eyes. So in mostly both the eyes have same prescription. If there's a difference, then mark the case with some indicators to distinguish. When you are getting your contact lens prescription the first time, the eye doctor will mark the box for you if you have a different precription for each eye. L means the contact lens will go in the left eye and R will go in the right eye.
a convex lens
A convex lens
In the US, spectacle lens prescriptions will generally follow the following format: Right Lens Sphere Power - Right Lens Cylinder Value - Right Lens Cylinder Axis Left Lens Sphere Power - Left Lens Cylinder Value - Left Lens Cylinder Axis Reading Addition Power Other information may also be included on the written prescription, but the necessary information listed above will always be included in the format indicated.
sometimes if you dont put them on right
i used to wear lens when i was 14, but i suggest you to ask your eye care professional
There are different types of Contact Lenses. Few names are here:Contact Lens TypesDisposable SoftDailyExtended WearSphericalToricMore types of Contact LensesMultifocal / BifocalRigid Gas PermeableColor variation in Contact lensesOpaqueEnhancersVisibility Tinted
Any easier way is to use contact lens remover which can be used for soft and hard contact lens.
There are many different types of contact lens solution available. What is considered 'the best' will rely partially on one's opinion of the product and its use.
at least 7 years of age
If there is a difference in prescription that this can cause a reduction in overall acuity.Also, if you use 2 different lens parameters for each eye this may also affect comfort and/or vision.Furthermore, you can possibly spread infections more easily by "mixing up" the lenses
the contact lens drops are of a different consistency than the regular and ingredients aren't as strong, I think
Glasses, contact lens, lasik surgery
a contact lens case is a case where you keep your contact lens compact and clean and if you do not no what a contact lens is its something you put in your eyes to help you see better in stead of using glasses
I believe that they measure your eye or something for you contact lenses. You do know they're custom fit for you, right?
Lens is part of contact.
I have a prosthetic eye. It's like a contact lens, and it goes in similar to a contact lens
There are many different types of contact lens colors. There are full color lenses like theatrical contacts. There are enhancing lenses. There are ones that make your eyes gold.
the first contact lens ever made was made out of glass.