These sterile disposable contact lenses are designed for daily wear and must be replaced regularly. Ensure healthy vision and comfortable wear by adhering strictly to the advice of your eyecare practitioner who may advise more frequent replacement.
INSTRUCTION FOR USE
Always wash your hands before handling your lenses. Initially, and upon replacement, remove lens from foil packaging and check that the foil is intact and the lens is immersed in fluid. Do not use if packaging is not intact.
RIGHT LENS INSERTION:
Ensure that the lens is not inside out. Place the lens on your right index finger and verify the shape
(fig.1 and 2.)
1. If using a toric lens, please ensure the axis marks on both side of the lens stay horizontal when inserting the lens into the eye.
2. Hold up the upper lid using your left hand's index and second finger while holding down the lower lid with your right hand's second finger. You can now place the lens into the eye (fig. 3.)
LEFT LENS INSERTION:
Repeat the above procedure.
- Wash and dry your hands.
- Look up and while holding your right lower lid down, gently pinch the bottom edge of the lens and lift out of your eye with the pads of your index finger and thumb.
- Repeat the procedure for the left eye (fig. 4.)
- We recommend that you replace your lenses regularity and clean them daily. Your eyecare practitioner will recommend a wearing and cleaning regime, but if in doubt do ask for advice. Always follow recommendations and make regular visits to your eyecare practitioner.
- This lens is designed for daily wear and must be thrown away after the end of the prescribed wearing regimen. Any deviation from this should be done only on the advice of your eyecare practitioner.
- After cleaning the lenses disinfect them using new solutions as directed by your practitioner. This kills potentially harmful bacteria, fungi, etc. on the lenses.
- Follow the instructions on the bottles regarding soaking times and procedures. Do not cut this step short, and never reuse solutions.
If the lenses dry out……
…handle them with extreme care as they will be brittle. Put them in the case with some storage solution and leave them for 1 to 2 hours. Clean, disinfect and check them carefully for damage. If in doubt, see your eyecare practitioner before wearing them again.
DO AND DON'TS
Do remember that the health of your eyes is essential for good vision.
- Do not put it at risk through negligence or vanity
- Do remove your lenses and consult your eyecare practitioner if any eye reaction such as pain, redness, burning sensation, excessive watering, increasingly blurred vision, colored haloes around light sources and/or sensitivity to light occurs.
- Do remove your lenses before going to sleep, (unless otherwise advised by your eyecare practitioner).
- Do attend your routine follow up appointments. These are essential to monitor the health of your eyes.
- Symptom-free wear does not necessarily mean that your lenses are not causing undesirable side effects.
- Do comply with your eyecare practitioner's guide to wearing schedules. Overwear can have serious consequences.
- Do keep your nails short. Long nails harbor bacteria and scratched eye is vulnerable to infection.
- Do replace lenses if they become damaged or scratched, or if they have deposits which cannot be removed.
- Do wear makeup if you wish, but insert your lenses first. Remove your lenses before you take off your make up. Fiber-free mascara, non-waterproof eye make-up and oil free eye make-up removers are best.
- Do not ever use household products (e.g. disinfectants) with your lenses. They can seriously damage your eyes.
- Do not change your brand of care products without consulting your eyecare practitioner. You may have been fitted with lenses that are not compatible with certain products, or the product may have been chosen to suit your eyes.
- Do not wear your lenses when using eye medications or eye drops (unless advised to do so).
- Do not use saliva to wet your lenses. It is teeming with potentially harmful bacteria. It is not true that our own bacteria are safe.
- Do not use tap water to wet or clean your lenses. Tap water can harbour dangerous micro-organisms that can cause blindness.
- Do not allow hair lacquer or other cosmetic aerosols to come into contact with your lenses.
- Do not wear lenses in the presence of noxious or irritating fumes.
Tapaszto Optic Ltd.
Csanyi J. krt. 8.,
H-6000 Kecskemet, Hungary
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