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Caring for Your Ortho-K Lenses

Inserting your lenses:

Removing & cleaning your lenses:

To see these methods in action, feel free to check out this video!

 

Important to Remember: 

  • Make sure that the lenses are always centered correctly. If not centered the following morning, re-center before removal and contact us for follow up to check lens fit.
  • Lens must be moving before removal. If the lens is not moving, add a few tears until they move freely with the blink of the eye.
  • Stop lens wear if you experience persistent discomfort or redness.
  • Always check your contacts for any cracks, chips or scratches to the lenses. If any damage is found, stop use of lenses and contact our office about a replacement set.

 

For any other questions, please feel free to call or text the office at (714) 841-9888.

In the event of an emergency, please contact Dr. Smith at his direct line (562) 537-1173.