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Young Adults and Contacts

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No teen likes to be caught in something out of style, and for a lot of adolescents, glasses can often feel that way. Teenagers can cringe at the very thought of wearing eyeglasses and appearing ''dorky''. In comparison with glasses, kids and teens who use contact lenses feel a significant enhancement in their looks, a newly published study shows. The study results indicate that starting at the age of eight, pre-teens should be offered the choice of lenses. Results were recorded in the November issue of Eye & Contact Lens, published by the Contact Lens Association.

In what way do contact lenses improve adolescents' self esteem? Adolescents are insecure, and they often feel more positive about themselves if they're not sporting a pair of glasses. Lenses may promote a teenager's self-image by giving them a less obvious alternative for their vision needs.

Although teens are frequently provided with contact lenses, children under 13 are usually not given the option of lenses, due to the fact that eye care providers or parents don't feel that children are ready to take care of them sufficiently. Actually, with proper guidance, even at age eight, children are just as capable at wearing and tending for contact lenses and they should be offered the choice.

Generally before your child tries contacts you will want to consult your eye doctor to discuss any possible issues your child might encounter. Our optometry practice located in Plymouth, MI, will be glad to help you to come up with the right prescription for your teen's contact lenses.

If your child or teenager is in need of vision correction, why not try lenses? Through something as simple as a soft lens, you can boost your teen's self-esteem. With the large assortment of contact lenses available, you and your eye doctor can work with your child to figure out what type of lens best fits their character and style of life.

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