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Contact Lens Replacement Schedule

It’s important to follow your eye doctor’s instructions on when to replace your contact lenses. If you wear your contacts for longer than instructed, it could result in pain, irritation, bacterial infections, and even vision loss.

Daily Disposables

Daily Disposables

Daily disposable contacts are contact lenses that are replaced each and every day. There is no need to store them in solutions overnight because you start with a fresh pair each morning.

Popular Daily Disposable Lenses:

Weekly Disposables

Weekly Lens

Weekly disposable contacts are worn for one to two weeks, depending on your doctor’s recommendation. They must be removed nightly and stored in solution so that they are clean for the next morning.

Popular Weekly Disposable Lenses:

Monthly Disposables

Monthly Lens

Monthly disposable contacts are typically worn for a 30 day time period. They need to be removed every night to be cleaned and stored in solution.

Popular Monthly Disposable Lenses:

Extended Wear Lenses

Extended Wear Lens

There are a select few lenses that are FDA approved to be “extended wear” if necessary. These lenses can be worn overnight, unlike other contact lenses. Extended wear contacts can be worn continuously for a week or even a month at a time. Make sure you first have your doctor’s approval to wear contacts overnight.

Extended Wear Lenses:

RGP Lenses

RGP Lens

Rigid Gas Permeable (RGP) contacts are the original contact lens, often referred to as hard contacts. They don’t need to be replaced as often as soft contacts—they can last a year or longer.