Section one addresses questions about replacement schedules and what could happen if they are not followed. It also discusses what organisms are most dangerious to the eye and how to avoid complicaitons from them.
Section two clarifies the importance of rubbing lenses after removal, when to discard solutions, what lubricants are okay to use with contact lenses, and how to properly store lenses that are used on occasion.
Section three emphasizes the proper care of cases. Cases should be replaced every three months.
Section four describes different environments that may or may not be optimal for contact lens wear. The effects of showering, swimming, and sleeping while wearing contacts are discussed.
Section five addresses the issue of purchasing lenses on the internet or in drug stores.