Benefits of contact lenses
Weighing down “pros” and “cons” of contact lenses before buying them is very important. However, it is almost impossible to find cons in modern contact lenses. They provide an excellent sight, more freedom in terms of movement (i.e playing sports) and an overall better look.
Enjoying an excellent vision
When your eyes move, the lenses move with them and they will always align correctly with your pupil. Therefore, no matter the angle of your look, your vision will not be limited unlike with glasses. Glasses have limited frames and as soon as you have to look outside that frame your vision will be blurred. The main advantages of contact lenses are the provision of a clear central and peripheral vision, as well as the ability to easily monitor what is happening around. In addition:
Lenses provide you with the complete freedom of movement necessary to lead an active lifestyle. Here are some advantages of contact lenses in terms of playing sports:
Lenses improve your looks from the outside
Contact lenses help to look better, raise self-esteem and positively influence how other people perceive you:
Protection from ultraviolet radiation
One of the advantages of contact lenses is that they can be protective against ultraviolet radiation if they have filters that block those radioactive lights. Unlike glasses, the lenses do not allow sunlight to pass around sides of your face. To enhance the protective effect of ultraviolet wear sunglasses and a hat with wide margins.
Correction of vision when wearing contact lenses occurs more naturally than with glasses. This is due to the fact that the contact lens moves after the pupil's movement, besides there are no distortions, changes in size and reduced field of view that can be observed when using glasses.
There is one more important advantage; contact lenses correspond much better to medical indications at certain defects of sight. For example, with anisometropia, a large difference between eyesight reaching over 2 dioptres or near-sightedness and hyperopia of high degrees - in all these cases contact lenses are more effective and are more often recommended by ophthalmologists for use.