Hard Contact Lenses Vs Soft – Which is Better?

Learn the pros and cons of hard contact lenses vs soft! Check out our full guide to Contact Lenses for here 👉 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wlPyYkq3LnY&list=PLzi60fSuOmPBqiF3B2n-j2OMoH9QJClA2

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đź”· Soft Contact Lenses vs Hard Contact Lenses đź”·

Soft Contact Lenses have the benefits of
Easy to learn how to put in
Available immediately or within several days
Easy to clean
Can be disposable
Available in many powers
Gives Good clear vision
Can adapt to them and feel comfortable within minutes
Cons: Can be expensive and may not come in your powers

Gas Permeable Contact Lenses (Hard contacts)
Can be tailor made to your eyes
Provides EXCELLENT vision
Can last years
Are often cheaper than soft lenses
Cons: Takes longer to fit/ more doctor visits
Required careful lens cleaning and maintenance
Takes longer to adapt to lenses and may be uncomfortable for several days to weeks

Learn How to put in and take out HARD Contact lenses:

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About This Video:
Have you ever heard of rigid gas permeable contact lenses? Hard contact lenses (aka rgp contact lenses) are often considered a thing of the past but in fact, still remain a viable and excellent option for vision correction. Do you know the differences between rgp vs soft contact lenses? In this video, Dr. Allen reviews the pros and cons of these two contact lens types.

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