Contact Fill will gladly answer any questions, contact your eye care professional
and assist you in determining the best box quantity for you to save the most money.
Contact Fill offers a 30-day satisfaction guarantee on all unopened products in
original and undamaged packaging.
Is a contact lens prescription different than an eye glass prescription?
Yes. When you order contact lenses, you must have a current contact lens prescription which
specifies the power of the lenses, the size of the lens, the type and brand of lens.
If my 2 week disposable lenses are still comfortable and in good condition
beyond 2 weeks, can I continue to wear the same pair?
In order to maintain optimal eye health and comfort, it is important to adhere to the wearing
schedule prescribed by your doctor. The main advantage of wearing disposable lenses is that
you are putting a fresh new pair of lenses in your eyes every 2 weeks. Also, the convenient
cleaning regimen of a disposable lens is only adequate for a 2 week wearing schedule. The 2
weeks refers to the actual amount of wearing time so they can last longer than 2 weeks if you
are not wearing them full time.
What's the difference between rigid gas permeable (RGP) lenses and soft
RGPs are smaller and made out of a harder, less pliable material than soft lenses. RGPs
correct astigmatism whereas soft spherical lenses do not.
Do I still need a prescription if I just want contacts to change my eye color?
Yes, you still need to be fitted for the lenses even if you don't need vision correction because
contact lenses are medical devices and wearing them can affect the health of your eyes.
My lens type is not on the list of available lenses; can I still purchase them
from Contact Fill?
Your lens might be a special order product available through Contact Fill. Just call or email
with your lens prescription information and questions. A Customer Service Specialist will be
glad to assist.
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