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How do I get soft contacts out without touching my eyeball?
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Dr. Richard Bensinger
Ophthalmology
In brief: Correct technique
The soft lens sits atop your eyeball and if you grasp or slide it properly, you need not touch your eye at all.
Sit down with a friend who is an experienced contact wearer and he/she can show you the proper technique. Gets to be totally routine.

In brief: Correct technique
The soft lens sits atop your eyeball and if you grasp or slide it properly, you need not touch your eye at all.
Sit down with a friend who is an experienced contact wearer and he/she can show you the proper technique. Gets to be totally routine.
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