Will I Be Able To Wear Coloured Contact Lenses After Having Laser Eye Surgery?
There is no reason that you should not be able to wear coloured contact lenses again after Laser Eye Surgery if you wanted or needed to.
However, it is important to state that coloured contact lenses can only be worn once they have been properly and professionally fitted after surgery as the fitting is extremely important for good eye health.
Lead Optometrist Alexandra Lyons answers whether you can wear coloured contact lenses after Laser Eye Surgery.
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“I was terrified – took me 3 yrs to pluck up the courage. LVC first consultation was great – put my fears at rest and decided to go for it. Day of surgery I was well looked after and the surgery was painless and over in no time. Stinging eyes afterwards but as expected. Results the next day amazing – got better every day. Can’t recommend it highly enough. Changed my life”.- Sigi.
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