Many contact lens wearers have a dirty little secret: They sometimes sleep or nap in their lenses. But this bad habit could raise their risk of serious eye infections and even lead to vision loss. Read more about why sleeping in contacts can be so dangerous.
You probably know that prescription eyeglasses are covered, but did you know that sunglasses, safety glasses, and goggles (as long as these all have prescription lenses) are also FSA eligible? If you prefer contact lenses, not only your lenses, but also the shipping costs, are qualifying expenses. Hurry before it is too late!
Never buy colored contact lenses from a retailer that does not ask for a prescription. There is no such thing as a "one size fits all" contact lens. Lenses that are not properly fitted may scratch the eye or cause blood vessels to grow into the cornea. Learn more how some retailers are selling illegal contact lenses! Learn more here!
Are you unsure whether to get contacts or glasses this year? At Sunshine Optometry, we want to make the choice a little bit easier for you. From now until October 31, 2018, Any one (1) year supply of soft contact lens purchase qualifies for a free pair of select sunglasses.* See details. Restrictions Apply.
Contact lenses are prescription medical devices. Even if you just want to purchase cosmetic contact lenses that change your eye color, you will still need an eye exam and a prescription from an eye doctor. The same applies to costume or theatrical contact lenses. Watch the video on how to wear them!