Here at CooperVision®, we want to help improve the way you see. Contact lenses can certainly do this, while offering you freedom from glasses.

But, if you’re new to wearing contacts, or just considering if you should make the leap from eyeglasses to contact lenses, you might be unsure about how to put contacts on or take them out. After all, no one is born with this knowledge. Where can you get it?

Not to worry. We’re here to help. And since this is something that’s probably better explained visually, we’ve produced a short animated video to assist you. Give it a watch and let us know what you think in the comment section!

Nothing in this blog post is to be construed as medical advice, nor is it intended to replace the recommendations of a medical professional. For specific questions, please see your eye care practitioner.
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really clear and simple - i had had some trouble but stuck with it andnow can do it easily and quickly. really liked the dog, made it more fun to watch and learn

When removing pinch the lens off the lower white of eye, don't fold the lens else proclear in particular over any lens in use today!... will split!

I need to get the rebate form and the mailing address to send all the required forms back to CooperVision. Can you help me find them?

I've just changed to Proclear multifocal lenses after wearing Accuvue for years. The Accuvue lenses had a very small 123 on them to indicate the lens was right-sided. Is there any marking on the Proclear lens to indicate whether it is right-sided or inside out? I've managed to insert mine inside out a few times.

After years of wearing Accuvue I decided to change to Proclear multifocal. The only thing I miss is the small 123 to easily identify the right side of the contact. I have several times inserting my inside out. Is there any marking on the Proclear lens to help us wearers identify the right side?

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