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Frequently Asked Questions

Queries? Questions? Searching for answers? You should find just about everything you need below. If not, please get in touch with an eye care professional.


    There may be times when contact lenses are more convenient than glasses. You may prefer to wear contact lenses to work, or when you read or watch TV at home. You may want to play sports without feeling encumbered by glasses. Alternatively, you may prefer to have a glasses-free look for aesthetic reasons, so you always look and feel like yourself.

    If you are wearing contact lenses, we recommend you have a spare pair of up-to-date glasses too.

    If you have eyes that love precise vision, all-day comfort and easy handling, then we would recommend wearing contact lenses. Pretty much anyone can enjoy wearing contact lenses. To find out what’s the most suitable lens for you, visit your local eye care professional. They are essentially scientists for your eyes and will be able to answer your questions. Find one here and try PRECISION1™ contact lenses today.

    It’s important that your contact lenses feel as comfortable as possible. If you have sensitive/dry eyes, tell your eye care professional and they’ll be able to advise if you can wear contact lenses, and which ones are suitable for you.

    Your friendly local eye care professional is the person to ask. Book your fitting consultation and they’ll identify what lens is the most suitable fit (in more ways than one) for your eyes. Find one here.

    Contact lenses work in a similar way to glasses. Contact lenses correct nearsightedness using a concave lens, and farsightedness with a convex lens. When either type of lens is placed in front of the eye, it moves the image back to the retina and focuses it, resulting in clear vision. Contact lenses also correct astigmatism by using different correctional powers. Astigmatism is a common and usually minor eye condition that causes blurred, distorted or ‘fuzzy’ vision. It occurs when the cornea isn't a perfectly curved shape.

    The materials used to make contact lenses depend on the type of contact lens. Some soft contact lenses are made of hydrophilic ‘water-loving’ polymers called hydrogels. Others are made from a newer material called silicone hydrogel, which allows a high amount of oxygen to travel through the lens.

    Your local eye care professional will measure your eye and recommend a suitable type of lens for you to help achieve a comfortable wearing experience.

    If you are experiencing discomfort, please speak to your eye care professional. If you do not have one, you can find one here.

    This is a common question before people try contact lenses for the first time. The fear that contact lenses hurt is understandable because it may be related to a natural human reluctance to touch the surface of one’s eye. Your eye care professional will guide you on how to apply and remove lenses comfortably. Find one here and try PRECISION1™ contact lenses today.

    PRECISION1™ contact lenses are designed for easy handling.1,2 Here’s a short video that shows how easy they are to apply and remove.

    This video does not replace the need of undergoing insertion and removal consultation with an eye care professional. It is designed to support the advice given to you by your eye care professional.

    PRECISION1™ contact lenses are daily disposable lenses. Simply use a fresh pair each day and discard them when you’re done.

    Your eye care professional will provide contact lens application and removal training and advise you on the Do's and Don'ts in contact lens wear. But here are a few things from us:

    • Despite being perfectly sized as a hat for your favourite action figures or fingertips, contact lenses should always go on your eyes. Check our application and removal tips for how to do this like an expert here.

    • PRECISION1™ contact lenses are daily disposables, so make sure you take them out before going to sleep.

    • Have an eye exam with your eye care professional every year, or as soon as you notice a change in your vision, so you’ve always got the right prescription.

    It is always best to remove your contact lenses before swimming. If you do swim with your contact lenses on, wear proper eye protection such as a pair of goggles. After swimming, your lenses should be taken out and disposed. Please follow the recommendation of your eye care professional, and if you have any problems after swimming, contact your eye care professional as soon as possible.

    Always consult the instructions for use related to the contact lenses you are wearing currently.

    *Eye exam may be required. Professional fees may apply.

    1. Cummings S, Giedd B, Pearson C. Clinical performance of a new daily disposable spherical contact lens. Poster presented at 2019 American Academy of Optometry Annual Meeting and 3rd World Congress of Optometry; October 23-27, 2019; Orlando, FL.
    2. Perez-Gomez I, Valente R, Vonbun H. Survey of patient and ECP satisfaction with a new daily disposable toric contact lens. Poster presented at 2021 American Academy of Optometry Annual Meeting; November 3-6; Boston, MA.

    Consult your eye care professional for wear, care, precautions, warnings, contraindications and adverse effects.