Can I wear contacts after rhinoplasty?

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Can I wear contacts after rhinoplasty?

If there are no obvious injuries that are causing discomfort after surgery, it appears safe to wear contacts after rhinoplasty. However, some surgeons suggest leaving them out for a few days, just as a precaution. The main concern would be corneal irritation when the contacts are fitted. Always get the advice of your surgeon before proceeding.

The healing process will begin straight after rhinoplasty. You may not feel like wearing contacts immediately after rhinoplasty surgery. It will be up to you when you return to wearing contact lenses.

Can I wear contacts after rhinoplasty?

If you have the option of wearing either glasses or contact lenses whenever it suits you, you are lucky. You can put your glasses to one side and forget about them until you’re ready to wear them after rhinoplasty.

But not everyone can wear contact lenses. Some of us can only wear glasses and we rely on them completely. This leaves a problem after rhinoplasty surgery. In most cases a splint is applied to the nose which needs to stay in place for a while after rhinoplasty surgery has taken place.

This will offer some protection as the weight of the glasses can be supported without touching the nose. It’s when the splint has to be removed that the problems begin. If you’re unable to wear contacts after rhinoplasty surgery then you need a way to wear glasses but keep them off your nose.

There are a number of ways to do this. The first, emergency, way is what most surgeons appear to suggest, which is to use sticky-tape to stick your glasses in an elevated position, supported from the skin on your forehead.

There is a head-band that has a hook that’s designed to hold up your glasses. Both the sticky-tape and head-band methods will protect your nose from the weight of glasses after rhinoplasty.

Contacts after rhinoplasty or glasses

But there is another option. The Specs-Delight will support your glasses in a way that will keep them off your nose and ears. This is ideal for glasses wearers after rhinoplasty and that’s not all.

Can I wear contacts after rhinoplasty?

The Specs-Delight has been designed to be fashionable enough for glasses wearers to carry on wearing it long after the rhinoplasty surgery has healed completely and the whole event has become history.

The long-term benefit of wearing the Specs-Delight is that. With regular wearing, it will hold your glasses off your nose and stop those irritating marks that most glasses wearers have to tolerate.

So, the Specs-Delight is for wearing after rhinoplasty and beyond.

It’s when something is taken away

that we appreciate it most

You may also notice that, having worn the Specs-Delight for a few hours and then wearing glasses without it, you will notice the difference. It’s when something is taken away that we miss it most.

Have you had enough of your glasses resting heavily on your nose all-day-long, leaving red marks or dents? Do you want to get out of the habit of having to push your glasses back up your nose when they slip? Well, here’s your chance to change things for the better. Find out more about the Specs-Delight and what it can do for you.

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of wearing glasses off your nose.

 

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