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But, in the vast majority of patients the use of drops, bedtime

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But, in the vast majority of patients the use of drops, bedtime ointments and bandage contact lens will solve the issues.

I do not wear contact lens I don't understand what you mean by bandage contact lens can you explain please?

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Dr. Rick :

sure. A bandage contact lens is, in the majority of cases, just a regular extended wear contact lens that is placed over your eye to protect your cornea.

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