Why you need daily disposable lenses?

THE PROS OF DAILY CONTACT LENSES

There are many considerations to make when deciding if daily contact lenses are right for you. Understanding the benefits and drawbacks of these lenses can help you make a final decision.

There are several benefits to daily contact lenses, including:

Convenience

Daily contact lenses are more convenient than other options. All you need to do is put a new pair of lenses in every morning. Daily contact lenses are a more convenient option for many people. You don’t need to worry about keeping your lenses secure; you can throw your pair away at the end of the day. Another benefit is that you don’t need to spend time cleaning your contacts like with reusable lenses.

Safer for Your Eyes

Daily contact lenses don’t require any additional care like disinfection or storage when not in use. Protein, calcium, lipids, and other substances can build up on your lens, making your contacts less comfortable and more prone to infection. There is no accumulation of these elements when using daily contact lenses.

Easy-to-Use

Daily contact can be helpful for people with less experience using contact lenses. Without the need to maintain your lenses, you only need to replace them daily.

Compliance

You don’t need to follow detailed care instructions with daily disposable lenses because there’s no need to disinfect and store daily contacts. Wearing daily lenses places you at a lower risk of eye infections than reusable contacts.

Material

While reusable contact lenses have a variety of material options, daily lenses don’t have this luxury. Daily disposables are always soft contact lenses and are typically thinner than reusable options.

How Do You Know Which Lenses Are Best?

Many factors can influence which type of contact lenses are best for your needs. You may have a personal preference for your contacts, or your eye health may affect your ability to wear a specific type of contacts. Your optometrist can help identify your overall eye health during a comprehensive eye exam before recommending the most appropriate lenses for you.