Disposable Contact Lenses Central Falls RI

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Safa F Wagdi
(401) 723-0030
1002 Broad Street
Central Falls, RI
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Ophthalmology

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Lin Chou
(401) 728-9350
465 East Ave
Pawtucket, RI
Specialty
Ophthalmology

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Robert Emmett Curran
(401) 725-4333
333 School St
Pawtucket, RI
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Ophthalmology

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Dr.Carl Corrow
(401) 331-2020
132 Old River Rd # 201
Lincoln, RI
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M
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Optometrist
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Robert L Bahr
(401) 272-2020
150 E Manning St
Providence, RI
Specialty
Ophthalmology

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Glenn Stephen Prescod
(401) 725-3600
333 School St
Pawtucket, RI
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Ophthalmology

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Ezra Louis Galler
(401) 728-1400
333 School St
Pawtucket, RI
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Ophthalmology

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Alfred A Paul
(401) 728-9350
465 East Ave
Pawtucket, RI
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Ophthalmology

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Elliot M Perlman
(401) 272-2020
150 E Manning St
Providence, RI
Specialty
Ophthalmology

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Thomas P Lang
(401) 272-2020
150 E Manning St
Providence, RI
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Ophthalmology

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All About Disposable Contact Lenses

The next trend in the contact lens industry was introduced in 1987 by the Johnson & Johnson company. They were called Acuvue, and known as the world's first disposable contact lens.

There was nothing about the contact itself that was revolutionary, in fact it was much the same material as extended wear soft contacts. The difference was in the manufacture of the lenses. They could be made so quickly and cheaply that the user could afford to discard them after a few days or weeks.

There are differences among eye care professionals exactly how long these lenses can be worn before throwing them out. Some doctors say one day, others say a week, still others say up to one month. It is best to follow your doctor's instructions, though. He will make the best recommendation, based on your particular needs...

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