Learning About Contacts Quiz

Do you know the facts when it comes to contact lenses? Take the Learning About Contacts Quiz below, and find out for yourself. You may find the answers eye-opening.

  1. Contact lenses are an option for people with which of the following conditions:

    You're right!

    New lens materials and contact lens solutions allow people with a wide range of eye conditions – including far-sightedness, astigmatism and dry eyes – to make the transition from glasses to contact lenses.

    Sorry, that's incorrect!

    New lens materials and contact lens solutions allow people with a wide range of eye conditions – including far-sightedness, astigmatism and dry eyes – to make the transition from glasses to contact lenses.


  2. Which product is designed to properly clean, disinfect and recondition contact lenses?




    You're right!

    While rewetting drops can provide comfort for your lenses while you're wearing them, they are not designed to disinfect your lenses. Neither is saline solution. OPTI-FREE® PureMoist® cleans, disinfects and reconditions all types of soft contact lenses.

    Sorry, that's incorrect!

    While rewetting drops can provide comfort for your lenses while you're wearing them, they are not designed to disinfect your lenses. Neither is saline solution. OPTI-FREE® PureMoist® cleans, disinfects and reconditions all types of soft contact lenses.


  3. True or False: You should always wash and dry your hands before inserting or removing your contact lenses.

    You're right!

    Whenever you insert or remove your lenses, you need to thoroughly clean your hands first. This helps ensure that your fingers are free of anything that could get on your lenses and irritate your eyes.

    Sorry, that's incorrect!

    Whenever you insert or remove your lenses, you need to thoroughly clean your hands first. This helps ensure that your fingers are free of anything that could get on your lenses and irritate your eyes.


  4. When cleaning and storing your contact lenses, you should only use fresh solution and not "top off" or reuse old solution.

    You're right!

    Only fresh solution should be used to clean and store contact lenses. Never reuse old solution or mix new solution with old solution in the lens case. Contact lens solution must be changed according to the manufacturer's recommendations, even if the lenses are not used daily.

    Sorry, that's incorrect!

    Only fresh solution should be used to clean and store contact lenses. Never reuse old solution or mix new solution with old solution in the lens case. Contact lens solution must be changed according to the manufacturer's recommendations, even if the lenses are not used daily.


  5. True or False: It's OK to wear another person's contact lenses or lend lenses to a friend.

    You're right!

    You should only wear the lenses and use the contact solution that your eye care professional prescribes for you. Sharing or swapping lenses can lead to infection or other eye problems, and may actually make vision worse.

    Sorry, that's incorrect!

    You should only wear the lenses and use the contact solution that your eye care professional prescribes for you. Sharing or swapping lenses can lead to infection or other eye problems, and may actually make vision worse.


  6. When it comes to make-up, when should you insert your contact lenses?

    You're right!

    You should always insert contact lenses before applying make-up, but after applying sprays like perfumes, hairsprays and deodorants. At the end of the day, don't forget to remove contact lenses before removing make-up.

    Sorry, that's incorrect!

    You should always insert contact lenses before applying make-up, but after applying sprays like perfumes, hairsprays and deodorants. At the end of the day, don't forget to remove contact lenses before removing make-up.


  7. Which of the following is a sign of a possible eye infection?

    You're right!

    Red eyes, blurry vision and irritation are all signs of an eye infection. If you develop any of these symptoms, you should call your doctor or get immediate medical attention to make sure the condition doesn't worsen.

    Sorry, that's incorrect!

    Red eyes, blurry vision and irritation are all signs of an eye infection. If you develop any of these symptoms, you should call your doctor or get immediate medical attention to make sure the condition doesn't worsen.


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