Every lens wearer has to ask themselves this question when they find out they have vision problems - will I choose daily, monthly, or annual lenses?
If you choose monthly or yearly lenses, you will soon realise that in some situations daily lenses are more beneficial. Whether it's a camping trip, a sporting event, or a longer holiday, these kinds of situations don't allow you to care for your lenses properly. That's when you realise daily lenses could be more practical in certain situations.
Our reader Matteo asked us this question:
"Is it possible to wear daily lenses if I usually wear monthly lenses?"
Yes, this change is possible as your visual acuity does not change. However, you must have seen your optician beforehand to make sure that your daily lens corrections are still valid.
Other factors to consider
Daily and monthly lenses differ in the frequency of their replacement and the materials they're made of.
Try out your new daily lenses first and ask your specialist for advice, as each lens must be adapted to your eyes.
Here are the things you should pay attention to:
Your lenses should be comfortable to wear
Your lenses should not be itchy
Your lenses should not burn you
Contact lenses can be a vision correction option for most people. However, it is important to consult an optician before wearing contact lenses to ensure that they are suitable for the shape of your eye. Contact lenses are not suitable for everyone and some people are at risk of eye complications when wearing contact lenses.
There are many types of contact lenses on the market and it is important to choose the ones that best suit your eyesight and lifestyle. Contact lenses can be worn occasionally or daily, depending on your vision needs and eye health. Contact lenses should be replaced regularly, depending on the type of lens. They should also be cleaned and disinfected regularly to prevent eye infections.
There are many advantages to wearing contact lenses. However, it is important to follow the advice of your optician.
If in doubt, you can always ask your optician for advice! They will be able to provide you with trial lenses to see which ones suit you best!