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It is estimated that over 24 million Americans wear contact lenses; however, hundreds of these individuals’ contract eye infections daily by not following recommendations regarding hygiene and care. While the act of cleaning and storing your contacts properly are key to good eye health, sometimes contact lens wearers skip these and other important steps. By doing so, they have an increased risk of contamination. Below are the leading causes of eye infections from contacts:
Keratitis Eye Infections
Keratitis infection is the medical term used when a person contracts an infection of the cornea through contact lens. Keratitis infections can be caused by a variety of factors including exposure to fungus, bacteria, microbes, and, in rarer case, herpes. If left untreated, this serious infection can lead to impaired vision or even cornea scarring. It is very important to note that the chances of this happening are unlikely if you take proper care of your contacts.
Dry Eye Infections
Though it’s fairly rare, soft contact lenses can sometimes cause dry eye in patients, depending on age and the shape of the cornea. When dry eye syndrome overstimulates the wearer’s tear production, the excess in moisture can lead to an eye condition called keratoconjunctivitis sicca. If left untreated, this type of infection can damage eye tissue and potentially scar the cornea, leaving the tears open for infection.
Environmental elements can also lead to eye infections in contact lens wearers. Pink Eye, also known as Conjunctivitis, is one of these infections. There are three types of conjunctivitis possible to contract, either caused by allergies, bacteria, or a virus. As this condition can eventually lead to corneal ulcers and other complications, eye doctors will prescribe a topical steroid for treatment.
When first introduced, extended wear lenses were approved by the FDA to be worn a maximum of two weeks. However, many patients who slept in their contacts began to complain of infections.
Today’s newer lines, like Air Optix Night & Day Aqua, are made from a silicone hydrogel material and allow more oxygen to pass through the lens. However, regardless of these improvements, wearing contact lenses while sleeping still poses a risk and can lead to eye infections, which is why doctors still recommend removing your lenses on a regular basis.
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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