Glasses or Contacts
Many people have visual aids. This usually means their vision is not twenty-twenty. They wear contacts or glasses; you can choose one or both and get the same clear vision. The cost of glasses or contacts can be expensive especially when you get both, and depending on your prescription it can cost even more. However, contacts and glasses are quite different from each other. The purpose of this essay is to compare and contrast the differences between contacts and glasses. The Four main differences are how they look physically, cost, care, and personal preference. The most notable difference between these two kinds of visual aids is how they look physically when you are wearing them. Contacts are great because you can’t see them when they are in; they go on top of your eye ball and move with the direction you are looking. Contacts however change your look because the frame is placed on your face, and they stay on the outside of your eyes. It is probable that glasses are more likely to have because they are easier to take on and off. Another difference has been noticed between contacts and glasses. There is a cost difference that affects both of them. Contacts can cost more because one pair of contacts will not last you forever, depending on how long you choose your contacts they can last one day, one month, or three months. You pay more for contacts because you have to keep purchasing them. Glasses on the other hand, you only have to pay once which is for the frame and the prescription. They can last you for a very long time unless you misplace them, break them, or if you just decide you want another pair. Yet another difference between these two visual aids is the way you take care of them. If you get contacts you will have to purchase contact solution and a contact case. Contacts cannot dry up, in order for that not to happen you have to store them in the contact case with solution when they are not worn. You must also clean them daily with...
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