If you wear circle lenses, your pupils get smaller Is there a surgery to increase the pupil size?
Q: I am a female college student in my early 20s who is interested in appearance. I’ve been wearing circle lenses for six years. It’s said to be bad for eye health, but I couldn’t help but wear it.
I heard that if you wear circle lenses for a long time, your pupils get smaller. Is that true? Then the eyes get bigger and the pupils get smaller, so don’t they look really gross?
The black hair has become blurry these days. Why is that? Are you trying to make your pupils smaller?
My eyes are bloodshot every day. It’s stiff, too. I think it’s dry eye syndrome. Do I have to visit the hospital? Is there a surgery to enlarge the pupil size? I heard color lenses are safer than circle lenses. Is that true?
Will it be okay if I change to soft lens and wear circle lens again a year or two later?
A: Even if you wear it for a long time, your pupils won’t get smaller.
I’m not sure what it means to have a blurred black character, but I think I felt that the black boy was blurred as I wore circles.
For dry eye syndrome, it is recommended to visit an ophthalmologist for treatment. It’s not completely cured, but it can relieve symptoms.
There is no surgery to enlarge the pupil size. Color lenses are also not good for eye health. It is recommended not to wear circle lenses as much as possible.