Are you having trouble putting in your contact lenses? Optometrists, Dr Pricilla Ho (O.D.) and Dr Andrew Nguyen (O.D.), goes through 3 different easy methods of putting in soft contact lenses as well as tips and tricks so you can easily put them in safely without scratching your eyes. This is a great tutorial for beginners or a crash course before you see your optometrist.

This does not replace a contact lens fitting and tutorial with your eyecare provider as they can give you professional guidance and will improve the likelihood of success.

Timestamps:
00:00 Intro
00:41 Before you start
01:51 Removing the lens from the packaging
02:38 How to handle the lens
03:11 How to tell if your lens is inside out
03:59 Insertion – Method #1 (Right handed version)
04:31 Insertion – Method #1: How to lift the eyelids out of the way
05:28 Insertion – Method #1: How to put the lens in
07:01 Insertion – Method #1 (Left handed version)
07:30 Insertion – Method #2
07:10 Insertion – Method #3
08:10 Final thoughts

We also have a video teaching you how to remove your contact lenses: https://youtu.be/CyMy3Gww_64

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