Can you wear 2 week contacts longer than 2 weeks?

Can you wear 2 week contacts longer than 2 weeks?

Can you wear 2 week contacts longer than 2 weeks?

Is it safe to wear them longer so you can replace them less often? The answer is that if your eye doctor suggests that you change your lenses every two weeks, then you should do so. Even though you may be tempted to wear them longer, doing so is probably not safe. Your vision is one of your most precious of senses.

How long can you wear Acuvue Oasys 2 week?

Acuvue Oasys 2-Week is a two-week contact lens that is designed specifically to last fourteen days. As long as you remove your contacts at the end of the day and do not sleep in them, they are guaranteed to last up to two weeks without issue.

How long can you really wear 2 week contacts?

Bi-weekly contacts are unique from other contacts in a number of ways, but the biggest difference is how long you can wear them before disposal. You can wear bi-weekly contacts for two weeks until you should throw them away. Monthly contacts should be discarded after a month, and daily contacts after a day.

How many days can you wear Acuvue Oasys contacts?

Your contact lenses have been approved for daily and extended wear for up to 6 nights/7 days of continuous wear. It is recommended that you first be evaluated on a daily wear schedule. If successful, then a gradual introduction of extended wear can be followed as determined by your Eye Care Professional.

Is it bad to wear your contacts for more than 2 weeks?

Daily wear contact lenses can be safely disinfected for reuse for 2 weeks to a month before discarding. Daily wear contact lenses are made to be worn during the day only, but can safely be reused for up to a month.

What is the difference between Acuvue Oasys and Acuvue Moist?

Comparing the percentage of water content, you will notice that the 1-DAY ACUVUE MOIST has a much higher amount of water embedded in the lens: ACUVUE OASYS comes with a 38% and 1-DAY ACUVUE MOIST with a 58% water content. In contrast, the base material of ACUVUE OASYS is Senofilcon A, a silicone hydrogel.

Is Acuvue Oasys being discontinued?

The short answer is no. Acuvue Oasys contacts are not discontinued, but there are products with similar names that have been. Acuvue Advance Brand contact lenses with Hydraclear (March 31st, 2015) Acuvue Advance Brand contact lenses for astigmatism (March 31st, 2015)

Is Acuvue Oasys good for dry eyes?

Still, silicone hydrogel lenses are the most commonly used contact lenses on the market, and they may be the healthiest lenses for your dry eyes. Some of the best contact lenses for dry eyes on the market include Dailies Total1 and Acuvue Oasys 1-Day.