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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 MAYNOT People who has near or farsightedness gain from the contact lenses. It recovers the eyes whill also increasing comfort. KnowAboutContactLenses 31 Yrs What you Contact Lenses are a common thing seen nowadaysworn by many people. It uses curved lenses to converge light into one focal point using the curve and thickness of the lenseto reach your retina that has shifted from its original position. 30 million 10% 15% 66% It helps people with visual problems see.... Used in the U.S Used by females Average age Under 18 Between 18 & 24 50% 24-44 25% 44+ First thoughts By: Kylin Gao 1508: Leonardo da Vinci pictures the invention of contact lenses. 1887: First contact lens made from glass, and covers the entire eye. 1948: Plastic contact lenses designed to cover only the eye's cornea. 1971: Introduction of soft contact lenses. Pros and Cons Pros: Cons: 1: More flexibility without glasses.2: Can slowly alter faulty vision.3: Boost in self confidence in looks.4: Increase ability to focus 1: 1 in 500 will get a serious eyeinfection that can lead to blindness.2: Improper use can lead to eye diseases.3: Exposure to high temperatures can melt the contacts, leading to blindness. Interesting facts! 1: Contacts are held in place by your tear film more that the eyelid. 2: Contacts corrects the focus of light to match the eye.Let the eye be too short or too long. (Far/Nearsightedness) 3: Contacts can be over worn and the eyescan deprive of oxygen. 4: Water damages the contacts! Glossary. Retina: The back part of the eye that is sensitive to light and sends visuals to the brain Converge: Come from different locations and eventually meet. Cornea: A transparent layer the forms to front of the eye. Nearsightedness: Cannot see from far. Strain on eyes. Farsightedness: Cannot see from close. Strain on eyes. Hard to see at night. Citations: Fast Facts. (2015, January 22). Retrieved March 6, 2015, from How Contacts Work. (n.d.). Retrieved March 6, 2015, from A Brief History of Contact Lenses. (n.d.). Retrieved March 6, 2015, from 10 Facts About Contact Lenses. (n.d.). Retrieved March 6, 2015, from Top 5 Things You Might Not Know About Contact Lenses. (n.d.). Retrieved March 6, 2015, from ~END~
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