carminerobertThere are no age limits when it comes to contact lenses. Older customers may need different prescriptions for reading and for distance, but that's no problem, as contact lenses come in bifocal and varifocal options. And although as you get older your eyes may become dry, or develop other minor annoyances, you can get your contact lenses adjusted. Plenty of grandparents are comfy in contacts03/04/2015
Benjamin garyPhysically, a child's eyes can tolerate contact lenses at a very young age. Even some infants are fitted with contact lenses due to congenital cataracts or other eye conditions present at birth. And in a recent study that involved fitting nearsighted children of ages 8-11 with one-day disposable contact lenses, 90 percent of the kids had no trouble applying or removing the contacts without assistance from their parents.03/05/2015
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