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Acuvue Oasys 1-Week Overnight 54pk
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Air Optix Aqua
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Proclear 1 Day 90pk
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Proclear Multifocal Toric
Proclear Toric XR
Proclear 1 Day 30pk
PureVision 2 for Presbyopia
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SofLens 1 Day Toric for Astigmatism 30pk
SofLens Daily Disposables 90pk
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Dailies AquaComfort Plus 30pk
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Focus DAILIES Total 1 90pk
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Although 85% of contact lens wearers use soft lenses, there remains a niche audience that uses the original and still-effective hard contact lens. Keeping this in mind, it is important to understand the many differences in soft and hard lenses including their uses and caring needs.
Hard contact lenses are made with the polymers polymethyl methacrylate and silicone, the latter of which is used in rigid gas-permeable contacts (RGP). RGP contacts serve as the more common choice for hard contacts, as they allow for more oxygen to reach the cornea and, as a result, prove to be the more comfortable plastic. This silicone hydrogel, coupled with the simple fact that some contact users are allergic to materials used in soft contact lenses, is largely responsible for the enduring use of hard contact lenses.
There are numerous reasons why some opt for hard contact lenses over soft contact lenses, being that they do not always require the same tedious level of care that soft lenses demand. Soft contact lenses stand as the more difficult contact lens to handle on a daily basis during the routine of cleaning and insertion. In terms of comfort, the “hugging” nature of a soft lens may also limit oxygen intake and be problematic for those with asthma.
In most cases, the care involved with soft lenses and hard lenses will depend on your lifestyle. If you find yourself to be an active person (an athlete, hiker, biker, etc.), you may want to stick with soft lenses for the sole purpose that they cling more tightly to your eye and, consequently, are a lot less likely to fall out than a hard lens. If you happen to be a nurse at a hospital, however, hard lenses may be the way to go for a career that involves constantly being surrounded with dirty and dangerous chemicals on a daily basis. Soft lenses are prone to blotches and dirtying from pollutants in the air.
Both soft contact lenses and hard contact lenses share their individual burdens and faults, making the decision of which to wear a fairly personal and relative decision. You may find it helpful to consult your eye doctor about which to use and what particular regimen you should abide by for caring for and cleaning your contact lenses.
In most cases contact lenses are a medical expense. However, it may be most comforting to know that all contact lenses purchased through replacemycontacts.com are eligible as expenses under a Flex Spending Account (FSA).
If you have been issued a FSA Visa or FSA Mastercard by your workplace, you can use those cards during checkout as you would use a normal Visa or Mastercard. In some cases, the charge may not go through the first time, in which case you will need to call the phone number on the back of the card, and have them add our company to the list of approved vendors. If you have not been issued a FSA card by your provider, you can still use a regular credit card, and then submit the receipt we provide you to your insurance company.
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Here at ReplaceMyContacts, we strive to provide our customers the fastest, easiest, and cheapest contact lens purchase. ReplaceMyContacts performs a price comparison on over 10 separate internet retailers twice a week ensuring we always have the lowest price for our valued customers.
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UPP stands for Unilateral Pricing Policy. The contact lens manufacturers mandate the minimum price that they can be sold for. As a result of these policies, we are unable to offer any rebates or discounts like we have in the past.
UPP means the contact lens manufacturers dictate the cost their lenses are sold at, which unfortunately eliminates marketplace competition and your overall ability to shop for the cheapest price. UPP is the direct causes of such drastic price increases.
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