Sorry if this has been answered before. I did search through past posts but didn't find quite the same questions:
1. I have a small cavity I've been putting off getting filled for a year or so. Will they fill it in DEPOT? If so, I think I should just go ahead and have it done now. Thoughts?
2. I wear contacts for distance sight only. It's -3.25 for those that know what that means. So when I say "distance" I mean I can probably only read things about 10 feet or closer and making out facial details is difficult as well. I know it's up to our CC if they let me wear them. I also know I'm not going to have a lot of time to fiddle with contact lenses. I am aware they will make me some glasses (BCG's
), but it could be several days before I get them. l'm Just wondering if I should:
A. Try to do without contacts or glasses since they are only for distance, hopefully they don't ask me to read any signs that are more than 10 feet away. I won't be able to to.
B. Try to wear my contacts when I can and just clean them when I can, use eye drops, etc. (if they even let me have them)
C. Go get a pair of glasses made with my current insurance and bring them with me. For some background, I have worn contacts for 18 years. I never wear glasses and this option will be just as disorienting as option A for me.
D. Suppose I could also get creative and get those new contacts you can sleep in. Hopefully the CC would let me wear them.