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Do I Need To Go Back To The Same Eye Doctor Or Can I Just Re-Order My Contacts On 1800Contacts?From Optical Forum:
Do I need to go back to the same eye doctor or can I just re-order my contacts on 1800contacts? This is my first time running out of contacts and I'm not quite sure what to do. I don't know if I should go back to the same eye doctor since I just need to get more contact lenses or if I should order them off of 1800contacts?! I have the prescription from my previous contact lens boxes.
Answer: You don't have to go back to the same eye doctor. But if your prescription is more than 1 year old, you need to get a new one from some* eye doctor. If your prescription is less than one year old, it is still good and you can order the contacts on-line if you want. They will need a phone number or other contact info so they can verify the prescription. If you are out and need them right now, it might be better to try your eye doctor (or if they don't have them in stock, some other place like Wilmar's or something) although some of the on-line sites have express delivery if it is an "emergency". * Some eye doctor, doesn't have to be the same eye doctor.
So Does Kaiser Permanent Not Cover Contact Lenses Through 1800Contacts?From Other - General Health Care Forum:
So does Kaiser Permanent not cover contact lenses through 1800contacts? I want to order contacts through contacts and have Kaiser as my insurance... Do they not cover 1800contacts?
Answer: you might want to ask membership services that question in southern California I think they have a contract with vision x (or something like that) thats where I got my glasses
I Always Wear Regular Contacts, But I Want Colored Ones, Can I Just Order The Colored Ones From 1800Contacts?From Optical Forum:
i always wear regular contacts, but I want colored ones, can I just order the colored ones from 1800contacts? I normally order regular acute contacts, but I want to try the colored ones. Last time I was at the eye doctors he said I could get the colored ones but I didn't. So can I just order them straight from contacts, they do send the request to my eye doctor first, so would that work? Thanks ten points for the best answer!
Answer: You already know that your doctor is required to release your prescription for contacts. It should not be an issue switching to colored lenses if you are already wearing a lens that is available in colors. In you case this would mean wearing Acute 2 contacts in the 8.3 base curve if you want opaque lenses or Acute 2 in either base curve if you want enhancement lenses. There is a good chance that your optometrist does not charge very much more for contacts than Contacts does. He will probably let you try on empowered colored lenses to see how the colors look on you if you buy from him.
How Long Will It Take For My Contacts To Come?From Optical Forum:
How long will it take for my contacts to come? I ordered through contacts. I ordered them this morning (saturday) at 9 am. I selected the 2-3 business day delivery. When is there estimated time of arrival?
Answer: your estimated time period is 2-3 days. -giggle-
How Can I Get Contacts Without A Checkup?From Other - Health Forum:
How can I get contacts WITHOUT a checkup? I was going to get them from contacts but they said I have to have a recent checkup. I had paid and everything, got money back but still, I haven't had an apt in a year but that shouldn't matter. I know my prescription and everything.
Answer: Get a written prescription from your eye doctor-just call or drop in and tell them what you need. You dint need another exam for another year.
How Long Is A Contact Lens Prescription Valid In Missouri?From Other - Health Forum:
How long is a contact lens prescription valid in Missouri? I want to order from Contacts and would like to make sure my prescription is still valid. Any help would be great! Thanks! 1800 contacts said it varies by state
Answer: one year
What Is The Best Site To Order Contact Lenses From?From Fashion & Accessories Forum:
What is the best site to order contact lenses from? I've ordered my prescription contact lenses from CONTACTS.com for years. They've been great, but lately, my money's been in a bit of a pinch and I'm just looking to see if there's another website that has good deals on contact lenses. Anyone know of one? I already use Focus brand and I have for years. I'm not looking to change brands. I'm just looking for a new place to order them. There isn't a Costco anywhere in my state...sad, but true...the closest Wal-Mart is a little over an hour away as well. I live in the middle of nowhere. Ha ha...
Answer: go to this website,they have thousands of brands. I have never ordered mine from this website because my doctor gives the colored ones to me for about $175. You should get Acute or Pro Clear. http://www.framesdirect.com/
What Is The Best Website With Reasonable Prices To Order Contacts Off Of?From Optical Forum:
What is the best website with reasonable prices to order contacts off of? I know there is contacts.com but those lenses are pretty expensive, even more than what the doctor uses, but I know that there has to be cheaper( I use acute oases by the way). What are some good, reliable, reasonable sites? Thanks. Id be only saving a dollar, I just wanted to see if there was cheaper
Answer: check this one: www.costalcontacts.com
Is It Safe To Switch Brands Of Contact Lenses Without Consent Of An Optometrist?From Optical Forum:
Is it safe to switch brands of contact lenses without consent of an optometrist? I want to buy contact lenses off of contacts.com but they don't have the brand I already have now. Can I just put my prescription in for another brand like Acute or another popular brand? Is this safe or should I just go to my optometrist?
Answer: No, don't do it.
Where To Find Cheap Prescription Contact Lenses?From Fashion & Accessories Forum:
Where to find cheap prescription contact lenses? I want to find a safe website where I can order cheap lenses with more than a 14.3 diameter that have color and prescription. CONTACTS has some color lenses, but they are pricey. The ones that are $15 are good priced, but the diameter of the lenses are 14.0, which is too small for my eyes... Also, I plan on wearing these to school for fun. I have dark brown hair and brown eyes. What colors do you think would look cool?
Answer: On the subject of colored contact lenses.......... Also, in the United States and in the UK, it is AGAINST THE LAW to sell ANY CONTACT LENSES (that includes colored, costume, etc) without going through your local eye doctor. AGAIN, it is the law. You can not buy any contact lenses with a prescription from an eye care specialist. AGAIN, IT IS THE LAW!!!! Contact lenses ARE NOT a one size fits all. If you buy from a place on internet or a place at a flea market or a fashion store you are asking for SERIOUS trouble with your eyesight. WORD of ADVICE.....EXTREMELY VERY IMPORTANT!!!!! DO NOT BUY any COLORED or any COSTUME CONTACT LENSES on line......... Or ANY PLACE that is NOT A CERTIFIED FDA approved place that sells eye-wear like glasses or contact lenses. PERIOD!!!!!!!! ONLY your "local eye" doctor knows what is the safest place on line to get ANY contact lenses. Even colored ones. The problem is contact lenses are NOT A ONE SIZE FITS ALL... The QUALITY of any on line contact lens company from a website or any Internet places HIGHLY QUESTIONABLE.....UNLESS through your local eye doctor. AND there is NO SUCH THING as a safe website for buying contact lenses on line...UNLESS through a certified optometrist. Also, in the United States and in the UK, it is AGAINST THE LAW to sell ANY CONTACT LENSES (that includes colored, costume, etc) without going through your local eye doctor. AGAIN, it is the law. You BEST and SAFEST option is to go to your local eye doctor that deals with contact lenses and he can do an eye exam to get the correct sized contact lenses fitted for your eyes. REPEAT - Contact lenses are NOT A ONE SIZE FITS ALL. Again, you have to go to your local eye doctor. Your eye doctor knows which websites are FDA approved. There are optometrists that can get these "colored contact lenses" for you. In my local city I see eye doctors having signs in their windows for these colored or costume contact lenses around Halloween time. (I guess they want to make a few extra dollars during Halloween). You just have to call around to the eye doctors and ask about getting these ones. These will cost more going through an eye doctor. BUT THIS is the safest route. IF You buy any of these on line, you are asking for trouble. Like having a CORNEA TRANSPLANT or spending time in the local hospital in the optic eye ward. In the United States it is illegal to get contact lenses of any type without going through a certified eye doctor. DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE EVEN THINK of BUYING any TYPE of CONTACT LENS ON LINE. UNLESS THROUGH an OPTOMETRIST or your LOCAL EYE DOCTOR. = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = IMPORTANT!!!!!! Also check this out FDA websites info on colored contacts: http://www.fda.gov/MedicalDevices/ProductsandMedicalProcedures/HomeHealthandConsumer/ConsumerProducts/ContactLenses/ucm270953.htm http://www.fda.gov/ForConsumers/ConsumerUpdates/ucm275069.htm = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = fda.gov/MedicalDevices/ProductsandMedicalPro ProductsandMedicalProcedures/HomeHealthandConsumer/ ConsumerProducts/ContactLenses/ucm270953.htm ==================================== fda.gov/ForConsumers/ConsumerUpdates/ucm275069.htm ========================END=========
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