There’s no “right age” to begin wearing contact lenses. It’s more about your child’s level of responsibility. If you feel your child can responsibly care for lenses, then they’re ready. This decision has less to do with age than with your child’s unique traits and context. Here are some tips for evaluating whether your child is ready to wear contacts.
Can your child handle responsibility?
-If children need frequent reminders to keep things clean and follow good hygiene practices, they may not be ready for the responsibility of wearing and caring for contact lenses. But if they handle such duties well, they might be excellent candidates for contacts.
- If your children is excellent with hygiene for example, always wash their hands if they touch something dirty or don't touch the eye when their hands is dirty then they might be a good practice to start wearing contact.
If your teen is talking about contacts, and generally likes to try new things, that indicates they will probably have success with contact lenses. Sports and extracurricular activities are also good indicators of being able to follow a routine.
If you still need help determining whether your child is ready for contact lenses, talk to your eye care professional. If you are searching for the right contact lens do visit our website that have lots of choices that can suit for first time wearer or a younger wearer at shop.malayaoptical.com.