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Posted on 03-23-2017
Both glasses and contact lenses can correct common eye problems like nearsightedness and farsightedness, but contact lenses may be a better fit for your lifestyle. For reasons of aesthetics and convenience, you may consider contact lenses in Tacoma or Gig Harbor.
At Family EyeCare Associates, we’ll start with a Tacoma eye exam. You can then speak with a Tacoma eye doctor to choose the contacts that best fit your lifestyle.
Here are some considerations to make when choosing your contacts.
Are you part of a Tacoma sports team? Do you always spend your spare time at the gym? Contact lenses in Gig Harbor are ideal for your active lifestyle. Of course, if you plan on going swimming, make sure to take your contacts out first.
Some contacts are meant to be worn once and then thrown away. Others are reusable for a limited time. Talk to your Tacoma eye doctor about which types of contacts are best for you. You can get daily contact lenses, which you use for one day. Weekly contact lenses should be used for no longer than a week. There are even monthly contacts!
No matter which types of contacts suit your needs, you must care for them. Your eye doctor should tell you how to take care of your Tacoma contact lenses. For weekly or monthly contacts, you’ll often soak them in a cleaning solution overnight.
Don’t feel like taking that time and effort? Dailies should be thrown out after usage so you don’t have to stress about cleaning.
Are you looking for contact lenses in Gig Harbor? Maybe you want contact lenses in Tacoma instead? Contact us at Family EyeCare Associates. We serve both Gig Harbor and Tacoma.
For more than three decades, our eye doctors have worked with Texas families to treat dry eye and low vision. Led by Dr. Spencer Garlick and Dr. Erick Hartman, we specialize in LASIK and eye disease management. You can also get a contact lens exam in Tacoma.
To schedule an appointment to get fitted for your Tacoma contact lenses, call us today. You can also visit us at Family EyeCare Associates on 6314 19th St W #1 in Tacoma.
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