Sirgany Eyecare in Cortland, New York, created an eye-catching graphic to get patients’ attention. Image via sirganyeyecare on Instagram.
|London-based Wood Street Opticians turned up the scare factor with the image they chose to spread awareness about the dangers of wearing costume contacts. Image via wood_street_opticians on Instagram.|
|Retina Associates of Western New York used a cute, pumpkin-themed graphic that highlights some of the more serious complications costume contacts can cause. Image via retinawny on Instagram.|
Visionaire at Sterling Ranch, located in Colorado, took the vintage aesthetic route and shared a graphic that is both informative and gorgeous. Image via vecsterlingrancheye on Instagram.
|Precision Eye Group, based in Pennsylvania, used a spooky graphic from the CDC to share what a nightmare decorative contacts without a prescription can cause. Image via precisioneyegroup on Instagram.|
|The team at Eyes on Hayden in Scottsdale, Arizona, created a spooktacular graphic to let patients know that doctor-approved theatrical contacts are now in stock in the office. Image via eyesonhayden on Instagram.|
Family Optical, on Long Island, New York, is also offering safe costume contacts this Halloween season. Image via familyopticalod on Instagram.
Hanover, Pennsylvania-based Hemler Family Eye Care shared a family-friendly graphic from the CDC that details how decorative contact lenses can be harmful to our overall eye health. Image via hemlerfamilyeyecare on Instagram.