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Instructional Videos

The videos links are instructional videos on the proper insertion and removal techniques for several contact products such as:

Healthy Contact Lens Wear and Care

Please link to the CDC (Center of Disease Control) for some invaluable information on proper use of contact lenses.

Please watch the following video for Safety Tips for Contact Lens Users

If you are curious about how contact lenses are made the following videos will explain:
Gas Permeable: “How Contact Lenses Are Made”

How Lenses are Made: HOW IT WORKS – Contact Lenses

Soft Lenses: How It’s Made: Contact lenses

Insertion and Removal Training Videos

Soft Lenses

Contact Lens Insertion and Removal

Insertion and Removal

Insertion and Removal

Gas Permeable

Insertion and Removal

Hybrid (Synergeyes and Duette):

How to insert, remove and care for your Duette lenses

Insertion

SynergEyes Hybrid Contact Lenses Removal

Removal

Scleral Lenses:

Information from the Scleral Lens Society-For Patients

Insertion/Removal and Care

Insertion and Removal Training

Dry Eye:

Narrow Angle Laser Peripheral Iridotomy (LPI): Video

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