Tuesday, April 14, 2009

How to Remove a Broken Contact Lens

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How to Remove a Broken Contact Lens

In earlier times, contact lenses were made from glass and generally came in the size of your entire eyeball. Should one of these lenses break in your eye, it could prove a serious hazard. Today, however, modern contacts are made from better material. Modern hard contacts are difficult to break or crack: if struck in the eye with enough force to break the lens, the strike itself would be much more of a concern. Modern soft contact lenses can tear, but rarely cause damage to the eye.
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