Reading in the dark may not ruin your eyes, but it can cause some uncomfortable symptoms. Eyestrain, dry eyes, and headaches are common if you don't turn on the lights.View Article
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Online ordering of Contact Lenses Through our Office:
Flexible Spending: The FSAStore is the only one-stop-shop stocked exclusively with FSA-eligible products so there are no guessing games as to what is and isn't reimbursable. The site clearly identifies OTC items which are eligible vs. ones that require a doctor's prescription.
(Items below from various stores - Clicking will open a new tab)
Recommended Contact Disinfection Lens Solutions
Recommended Contact Lens Rinsing Solutions
Recommended Contact Lens Re-wetting Drops
for Rigid Gas Permeables for Soft Contact Lenses
Recommended Eye Drops for Specific Eye Conditions
I've found an inexpensive warm compress for dry eyes and styes: