Reasons to consider contacts 

Reasons to consider contacts 

Are you finding it difficult to decide if you should wear contact lenses or eyeglasses? When trying to decide whether you want glasses or contacts, take a moment to consider all the benefits contact lenses have to offer. If you are leaning towards wearing contact lenses, then we encourage you to visit Mountain Eye Care today and check out our selection of contact lens brands. There are many reasons why you should consider wearing contact lenses as opposed to eyeglasses. If you are looking for more information about this, then you have come to the right place. In this article by Mountain Eye Care, we talk about a few reasons why you should consider contacts. 

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You don’t have to wear glasses 

One of the biggest advantages of wearing contact lenses is that you don’t have to wear glasses. Many people, especially new glasses wearers, tend to set them down and leave them somewhere. This could include losing them in your house or leaving them at a restaurant. It’s also easy to accidentally leave them at home for the day. With contact lenses, you don’t have to worry about misplacing your glasses or dropping them and breaking them. 

Change your eye colour 

Contact lenses also come in a wide range of colours so you can change the colour of your eyes while wearing them. There are some myths out there suggesting colored contacts can lead to a greater risk of eye infections, but they’re not entirely accurate. Additionally, if you go to an optometrist, you can get prescription coloured contact lenses if you are wanting to change the colour of your eyes and correct your vision. 

Don’t have to deal with fog 

One of the biggest complaints from glasses wearers is how the weather affects them. Basically, glasses fog up either because we are breathing on them or sweating on them. The vapor hits the glasses and turns to condensation on the lenses. This is an especially common problem when it’s cold outside. With contact lenses that are affixed to the surface of your eye, you don’t have to deal with fogged up lenses caused by the weather. 

As you can see, there are plenty of reasons why you should consider contacts. If you are looking for even more information about this, then we encourage you to get in touch with a representative at Mountain Eye Care today! 

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