CLI Can Lead to Bigger Health Concerns

Konrad Filutowski, MD

Konrad Filutowski, MD

Contact Lens Intolerance is Leading People to Transform Their Vision

Millions of people undergo pain and discomfort whenever they wear their contact lenses. Many of these people suffer through a condition known as Contact Lens Intolerance, in which their eyes develop an intolerance to contact lenses and they are unable to wear them without enduring continuous pain.


Many of our patients are suffering from the symptoms of Contact Lens Intolerance. They tell us that they “have a very active lifestyle and wearing contact lenses limits all that”, and that they “often experience dry, itchy eyes.” Millions of other people who wear contact lenses undergo the same pains. The eye dryness, redness, and irritation resulting from Contact Lens Intolerance can make it extremely difficult to endure wearing contacts. It is also easy to fall into the dangerous habit of sleeping with contacts in, which can amplify these discomforts.


Contact Lens Intolerance Can Lead to Bigger Health Concerns

Those suffering from Contact Lens Intolerance have symptoms of dry eye, irritation, and pain while they are wearing their lenses. Many say that dry eye is the worst symptom, causing their eyes to feel like they are not lubricated enough. This happens because contact lenses are worn for hours on end, covering the eyes and preventing oxygen flow. If nothing is done about it, this can eventually lead to damage and scarring of the cornea.


“I’ve had many days of discomfort and overall frustration with wearing contact lenses. While contact lenses have provided many solutions, there are still plenty of limitations with them. Going to the Filutowski Eye Institute has been the best decision I’ve ever made for my vision. Dr. Filutowski walked me through everything and made me feel comfortable and I knew what was going on during the procedure. The SMILE procedure lasted less than 10 minutes, and the only thing I felt was the drops in my eyes. SMILE is the best investment I’ve ever made, and I highly recommend this procedure!”


Those Suffering from Contact Lens Intolerance Can Find Relief

SMILE laser vision correction is a great option for those suffering from Contact Lens Intolerance. SMILE corrects nearsightedness and astigmatism using a precise laser and is the fastest-growing form of laser vision correction today. Over four million people can now see clearly because of SMILE.


SMILE is a less invasive option than other forms of laser vision correction, and it has corrected the vision of many patients, along with ridding them of the pain and discomfort that comes with Contact Lens Intolerance. The procedure is quick, and it takes very little time to heal. Most activities can be resumed the very next day, with no restrictions.


Patients have improved vision with SMILE and can say goodbye to their Contact Lens Intolerance for good.


You can get rid of your Contact Lens Intolerance, too, and live a life free from eye irritation. Find out if SMILE is the best option for you by scheduling a free consultation, and end the pain of Contact Lens Intolerance for good.


Contact lens intolerance can affect your vision and overall eye health. To learn more about contact lens intolerance or to schedule a consultation, please contact us at 800-393-3926 or click here.


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