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Webcontacts supporting the Visually Disabled

Added on 30 July 2017

Unfortunately it's not always the case that vision can be corrected with a pair of contact lenses or spectacles. There are many causes of uncorrectable low vision, with some of the most common causes being retinal dystrophies and genetic conditions such as Retinitis Pigmentosa or Ocular Albinism. Webcontacts is proud to help improve the profile of the visually disabled and visually disabled activities such as Blind Cricke... READ MORE

Contact lenses and Diabetes - Can I wear lenses?

Added on 30 June 2017

Contact lenses and diabetesThere has been a massive increase in the last few decades in the number of people suffering from diabetes. With type II diabetes this is primarily due to poor lifestyle choices with lack of exercise and poor diet causing obesity, featuring amongst the causes. Some studies have indicated that in the future up to 10% of the US population could be suffering diabetes or prediabetes. As such, a lot more p... READ MORE

Contact lenses and Teenagers

Added on 24 June 2017

Teenagers and contact lensesCan my teenager wear contact lenses?There is no physiological age where it is suddenly more safe to wear contact lenses. There is no age limit on wearing lenses and in fact in certain cases babies of only a few weeks of age are fitted with contact lenses. The fitting process is done while the baby is sedated as it is rather difficult to ask a two week old to stay still while a contact lens is insert... READ MORE

Can a contact lens disappear behind my eye?

Added on 14 June 2017

Can a contact lens disappear behind my eye?It's a common question particularly amongst new contact lens wearers; can a contact lens disappear behind my eyeball, and how can I remove the lens?CausesThere are several reasons contact lenses can dislodge and slip under your eyelid:The lens may be fitted poorly, resulting in it moving too much with each blink. Contact lenses that are dirty with a high degree of surface deposit... READ MORE

I don't like driving at night!

Added on 28 May 2017

Driving at night presents challenges to all drivers, but it can be made more difficult by some eye conditions.  Focusing on the road can be more difficult and glare from streetlights or oncoming headlights can be worsened.  If you find yourself avoiding night driving because you find it uncomfortable or difficult, your optometrist may be able to determine the cause and resolve the problem for you.  Common c... READ MORE

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WebContacts Pty Ltd is not offering individual advice on contact lens wear and provides a contact lens replacement service. Always follow your eye care practitioner's advice for the proper use and care of your contact lenses and have your eyes examined regularly. If you experience any pain or discomfort from your contact lenses, discontinue use immediately and consult your eye care practitioner.