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Jonathan


12/02/2013

Regular soft contacts vs. daily disposable ones. Which one is better?

Can you tell me which one is better? Is it worth going from regular soft contacts to daily disposable ones? What are the advantages?
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  • Erin rupert

    12/02/2013

    I think it is not worth it. You can rinse your contacts with solutions every day. This can help keep your contacts clean too. Solutions are much cheaper than daily disposable contacts. So I will also choose regular soft contacts.
  • Shannon

    12/02/2013

    Daily disposable contacts are more expensive than regular soft contacts. Usually daily disposable contacts are more than twice the price of 2 week lenses or monthly lenses. You don't need to clean them every day. You can wear a new fresh pair every day. If you have enough money, of course it is worth it.
  • Zoe Wang

    01/07/2015

    Actually, they have their own advantages. Daily disposable contacts are convenient and healthful but expensive. Hope this helpful.
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  • Rebecca

    01/13/2015

    Daily disposable lenses are worn just one time and then discarded; as a result, most doctors agree that they are the healthiest option for contact lens wearers. In addition, clinical research shows that changing contact lenses daily may improve comfort for people suffering from mild discomfort and/or itching associated with allergies, compared to lenses replaced at intervals of greater than two weeks.
    Finally, daily disposables offer the convenience and ease of not having to use contact lens cases or solution.
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  • mae devera

    02/15/2016

    Obviously, the best choice would be the disposable ones but the disadvantage of using that of course is too costly. If you can afford it, go for it. Reusable lenses always have a chance of developing discomfort over time due to protein buildup on the lenses. Proper care and regular cleaning of lenses doesn't take away the buildup over time. I've used contacts for over 25 years and had even used lenses that you can sleep in with. Disposables were not available yet then. If using reusable contacts, make sure you do soak it in protein remover tablets every two weeks to help immediate protein buildup hence the longer life for your lenses. I no longer use contacts or eyeglasses after I had my laser surgery done. I could have done it earlier. This option though, is not for everyone. Hope this helps.
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