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  • Emillee R. 1 month ago
    Who is the author of this article?
  • Cindy W. 1 month ago
    I have worn glasses for most of my life. When I get a new pair of glasses I save the older one in case something happens to my new glasses. ( I have really bad eyesight and need to always wear glasses to see) The glasses before the older set get donated to the Lions club. Usually eye doctors will have a place in their building to drop them off.
  • tommy b. 1 month ago
    today
  • Karen K. 1 month ago
    DANGER - DANGER
    Some people have a NEED for daily lenses vs other options.
    Some excrete more 'oobies' than others which may get trapped under a lens and slowly ulcerate areas of the eye.
    Additionally, cleaning of a soft lense has it's own issues.
    If lucky, we get two eyes. We must listen to ourselves selves AND our doctors on this topic!
    *We CAN research which brands provide better ecological options in their processing and packaging -- AND hope they manufacture the size that fits our eyes.


    NOTE: Soft lenses are larger than hard, provide more sizing options and can cause less damage than hard lenses.
    Years ago, I did note that clarity can be enhanced with hard.
  • Karie R. 1 month ago
    I don't wear contacts or glasses but really need to go to the doctor and get some.
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