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Thursday, June 16, 2011

Contact Lenses Versus Specs

By Owen Jones

Has your eyesight deteriorated to the stage where you have to wear spectacles? Are you happy about that? Well, there are a number of alternatives available nowadays, so you do have other choices. If you do not want to undergo surgery, you can still choose contact lenses. In fact, contact lenses have been a feasible alternative to spectacles for decades.

Surgery can be a more permanent solution to problems with eyesight, but for various reasons, some individuals do not want to take up this option. This leaves contact lenses as the best alternative. The first thing to notice about contact lenses is that most people will not know that you are wearing them. This is very important to some people and not significant to others at all.

Contact lenses offer better all-round or peripheral vision than glasses. When you look to the side wearing glasses, there is no glass there, but contact lenses cover your entire pupil so that your vision is closer to normal. This is safer if you are driving a car or riding a bike or even attempting to cross a road.

Another difficulty that many people find with spectacles is that they leave indentations on the nose. Some people find these ugly. Spectacles also need frequent cleaning, which numerous people find annoying, whereas contact lenses are cleaned by the eyes' normal cleaning system - in other words, automatically.

Stylists also think that their prescription specs have to go with what they are wearing. This can mean that you have to have a dozen pairs of glasses. If your eyesight deteriorates further, which is fairly likely, all those spectacles will have to be up-graded too. This is not the case with contact lenses obviously.

Both glasses and contact lenses can adjust for astigmatism or bad eyesight, which comes to most people after the age of forty. Sometimes earlier and occasionally later, but it will happen. Your choice, if you do not want to undergo surgery, is whether you would rather wear spectacles or contact lenses.

In the past, contact lenses were very costly, which is why many people still discount using them, but in fact it is no longer the case. Contact lenses are more expensive, but not much more now. In fact, you can buy disposable contact lenses and many people do do that.

The fact is that there are better alternatives to wearing either contacts or spectacles, but most individuals do not know it. It is possible nowadays to have one eye operation and never have to wear glasses again. Or you could have laser surgery and probably not require spectacles again for ten or twenty years, but some people are adverse to having surgery and so they opt for glasses or contacts.

In the long run, surgery is almost definitely less costly than wearing contact lenses and wearing contact lenses is almost definitely cheaper than wearing spectacles, but it is the same with most things, people merely look at the up-front costs and cheaper is rarely better.

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