Colored Contacts

Discussion in 'Contact Lenses' started by Nuggett, Nov 23, 2003.

  1. Nuggett

    Nuggett Guest

    I got a trial set of color contact lenses from my eye doctor this week
    to see if I would like them. I have dark brown eyes and now they can be
    a light brown. There is a blur around the edges of my vision where I guess the
    color of the contact gets in the way. This irritates me
    because I like the way they look, but I stopped wearing them
    because the color gets in the way. How do people put up with color
    lenses if they can't see clearly wearing them? Could a different brand
    produce better results and can they be made with a slightly larger
    "clear area" in the center so the color doesn't interfere with my
    vision? Or are these lens not fitting properly?

    Nuggett, Nov 23, 2003
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  2. Nuggett

    Dr Judy Guest

    The same way some women put up with the discomfort of high heels,
    appearance is more important to them than comfort or function.
    Maybe, ask your fitter if other lenses are available and try some in office.
    If you are only looking to lighten your eye colour instead of change it, ask
    your fitter about the Fresh Look Radience colours, they may interfere less.

    and can they be made with a slightly larger
    Maybe, your fitter will need to check.

    Dr Judy
    Dr Judy, Nov 24, 2003
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  3. Nuggett

    Nuggett Guest

    Thank you for such an intellegent response.
    Nuggett, Nov 25, 2003
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