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Contact Lenses in Idaho Falls


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Business Listing   Affleck Aaron MD - Idaho Falls, ID - Phone: (208) 524-8600


Business Listing   Associated Westside Optometric Clinic P A - Idaho Falls, ID - Phone: (208) 529-4333


Business Listing   Bonneville Vision Center - Idaho Falls, ID - Phone: (208) 523-3937


Business Listing   Cook Bryan - Idaho Falls, ID - Phone: (208) 523-3141


Business Listing   Davis James R OD - Idaho Falls, ID - Phone: (208) 524-2025


Business Listing   Dr Marshall H Merrell - Idaho Falls, ID - Phone: (208) 523-0330


Business Listing   Eye Clinic Optical - Idaho Falls, ID - Phone: (208) 522-6429


Business Listing   Eye Peter Zimmerman MD - Idaho Falls, ID - Phone: (208) 529-6600


Business Listing   For Your Eyes Only Optical - Idaho Falls, ID - Phone: (208) 522-7217


Business Listing   Homer Scott Optometrist - Idaho Falls, ID - Phone: (208) 522-3795


Business Listing   King Ken - Idaho Falls, ID - Phone: (208) 529-2700


Business Listing   Lattimore Gary J Dr - Idaho Falls, ID - Phone: (208) 522-6271


Business Listing   Sam's Club - Idaho Falls, ID - Phone: (208) 522-2839


Business Listing   Zimmerman Peter Eye Physician Optical Shop - Idaho Falls, ID - Phone: (208) 529-6603


   
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Helpful Definition for: Contact Lenses


A contact lens in Idaho Falls is a corrective, cosmetic, or therapeutic lens usually placed on the cornea of the eye. Some soft contact lenses are tinted a faint blue to make them more visible when immersed in cleaning and storage solutions. Some again are deliberately colored to alter the appearance of the eye. Some have a UV protection surface treatment to reduce UV damage to the eye’s natural lens. People choose to wear contact lenses for many reasons, often due to their appearance and practicality. When compared with spectacles, they are less affected by wet weather, do not steam up, and provide a wider field of vision. They are more suitable for a number of sporting activities. Additionally, certain ophthalmological conditions may not be accurately corrected with glasses.

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