Color vision deficiency comes with quite a few limits and restrictions on the lifestyle of those who suffer from it. Aside from the fact that color blind people cannot see the world in its true vivid colors, in some cases it prevents them from pursuing their passion and dream job.
The good news is that with Dr. Azman’s innovative ColorCorrection System ™, the world’s only color blind “treatment” with a 100% success rate to pass the Ishihara Color Plate Test, anyone with color blindness can now do the things you love and pursue the jobs you always dreamed of.
ColorCorrection System ™ works by filtering and changing the wavelength of light reaching the eyes. Filtering is done with the help of custom filters that are customized for the specific color blindness needs of each user.
Are contact lenses safe for color blindness?
These life-changing filters are available to clients in the form of contact lenses or glasses, but most patients happily choose contact lenses over glasses. If you are like most of these patients, you would also be looking to wear contact lenses for the first time, and you would probably be thinking … How safe are contact lenses for color blindness?
How safe is it to wear contact lenses for color blindness?
Practically speaking, contact lenses for color blindness are very safe. Classified as medical devices, contact lenses are strictly regulated by the US Food and Drug Administration. When you take care of them and use them according to your doctor’s instructions, you have absolutely nothing to worry about.
With that said, it’s also important to note that (as with anything else sensitive in life) if you don’t adhere to safety guidelines (on how to use, clean, and store them properly) there are potential risks involved.
In this article, we will describe the possible side effects and risks associated with wearing contact lenses; List how to avoid any potential risks associated with contact lens wear, and then describe the proper way to care for and store contact lenses for color blindness.
After reading all of this information, you should be able to make an informed conclusion about whether contact lenses for color blindness are safe for your eyes or not.