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Risk of Infection or Injury

Precaution while using Contact Lenses

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Risk of Infection or Injury

1Problems with contact lenses or lens care products could result in serious injury to the eye. Proper use and care of your contact lenses and lens care products, including lens cases, are essential for the safe use of these products.2 Eye problems, including sores or lesions on the cornea (corneal ulcers) can develop very rapidly and lead to serious consequences including loss of vision. 4The risk of an infected sore or lesion on the cornea (ulcerative keratitis) is greater for people who wear extended wear contact lenses than for those who wear daily wear lenses. 5The overall risk of ulcerative keratitis may be reduced by carefully following directions for lens care, including cleaning the lens case. 6The risk of ulcerative keratitis among contact lens users who smoke is greater than among nonsmokers.


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Additional Information
Put on soft contact lenses
Handling Precautions
Basic Contact Care
Keep false eyelash cement
Dont reuse contact lens solution
Make sure its not damaged
For Daily Disposable Wear
Store lenses in the proper case
DO NOTtouch your contact lenses with your fingers
Use hairspray before putting on your contacts
Requirements for Wearing Contact Lens
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