Shroff Eye Hospital is India's First Eye Hospital accredited by the Joint Commission International (USA) since 2006. Shroff Eye is also India's first and only Wavelight Concerto 500 Hz LASIK center. Shroff Eye has stood for excellence in eye care since 1919. A firm commitment to quality is at the heart of all services provided at our centers at Bandra(W) and Marine Drive, Mumbai.
- Clean contact lenses properly as per the prescribed regimen, every day.
- Dust or debris left on them may cause temporary irritation
- Thoroughly rinse the lenses before re-inserting them
- Even if you are not using the contact lenses, they should be cleaned and put back in the contact lens case every day
- Routine checks at the intervals recommended by your Contact Lens Specialist are essential to long term success with contact lenses and healthy eyes
- Regular replacement of lenses and thorough attention to cleaning is essential
- Always keep your nails short so that you do not injure your eyes while inserting and removing lenses
- Put in your contact lens first and then wear eye makeup, so that you do not get any eye makeup on the lens while inserting them
- Take your lenses off before removing make-up and avoid using greasy cleansers
- It is possible for contact lenses to slip out of place. If this happens, simply close your eye and gently massage it back into position
- If you are a new user of contact lenses, gradually increase the length of time you wear the new contact lenses, starting with a few hours a day
- Avoid using lenses if you suffer from eye allergies or repeated eye infections
- Avoid or limit the use of lenses when working on the computer (eg. IT industry) as this may decrease the life span of comfortable lens wear
- Avoid contact lenses while swimming unless wearing well-fitting swimming goggles
- Avoid any homemade or non-branded contact lens solutions
- Do not use expired contact lenses or contact lens solutions
- Do not wear your contact lenses while sleeping
- Do not use water to clean your lenses
- Do not wet your lenses with saliva even in emergencies. Saliva is packed with bacteria.
- Avoid powdery eye shadows, or mascara with fibres, in case particles get onto your lenses
- Avoid using coloured contact lenses on a daily basis as it may induce contact lens intolerance faster