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Contact Lens Intolerance (CLI) is REAL.

Contact lens intolerant patients can fall into three different categories

Patients with Contact Lens Intolerance (CLI) can fall into three different categories

Category 1

Those who have attempted to wear contact lenses but failed to place or keep them in their eyes.

Category 2

Those who have resigned to wearing glasses after wearing contact lenses successfully for many years due to the discomfort associated with long-term wear.

Category 3

Those who have worn contact lenses for many years and despite the discomfort, continue to wear the lenses.

Category 1

Those who have attempted to wear contact lenses but failed to place or keep them in their eyes.

Category 2

Those who have resigned to wearing glasses after wearing contact lenses successfully for many years due to the discomfort associated with long-term wear.

Category 3

Those who have worn contact lenses for many years and despite the discomfort, continue to wear the lenses.

Do YOU Have CLI?
Take our brief Self Test & Find Out...

Do you currently wear contact lenses but struggle with eye pain, dry eyes, or constant irritation when wearing them? Take our 30-second self-test today and learn about your treatment options. You don't have to settle for discomfort in your contacts.
YOU MAY HAVE CLI.

Take our 30-second self-test today and learn about your treatment options. You don't have to settle for discomfort in your contacts.
YOU MAY HAVE CLI.

1

Are you aware that patients who suffer from CLI are oftentimes the best candidates for laser vision correction?

2

Do you have to limit the amount of time you wear your contact lenses each day?

3

Are you experiencing any of the following symptoms when wearing contact lenses? (Select all that apply)

4

Do your symptoms lessen or disappear when you are not wearing your contact lenses?

5

Have you ever had any of the
following?

6

Do you wear your contact lenses as prescribed?

7

Do you regularly use artificial
tears/lubricating drops?

8

Age range

9

Based on your answers, you may have CLI.
It’s a common condition among contact lens wearers and can be corrected.

Please enter your contact information to know more about CLI or to schedule a CLI screening appointment to discuss your options for correcting contact lens intolerance.
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Contact Lens Intolerance (CLI)
Overview, symptoms & treatment options

Contact Lens Intolerance (CLI)
Overview, symptoms & treatment options

Do you currently wear contact lenses but struggle with eye pain, dry eyes, or constant irritation when wearing them? You’re not alone. Every year over 5 million contact lens wearers develop some form of contact lens intolerance (CLI). At Goel Vision, we are dedicated to helping our patients find relief from their CLI.

Do you currently wear contact lenses but struggle with eye pain, dry eyes, or constant irritation when wearing them? You’re not alone. Every year over 5 million contact lens wearers develop some form of contact lens intolerance (CLI). At Goel Vision, we are dedicated to helping our patients find relief from their CLI.
Accessibility: If you are vision-impaired or have some other impairment covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act or a similar law, and you wish to discuss potential accommodations related to using this website, please contact our Accessibility Manager at 410-709-7326.

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8850 Columbia 100 Pkwy,
Suite 101,
Columbia, MD 21045

Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

Phone: 410-709-7326

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Accessibility: If you are vision-impaired or have some other impairment covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act or a similar law, and you wish to discuss potential accommodations related to using this website, please contact our Accessibility Manager at 410-709-7326.

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Message From Our Office Regarding COVID-19
Dear Patients:

You are on our minds during this recent outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID 19), and we felt it is necessary to keep you informed of the procedures and actions we are taking to ensure your health and safety.

Our practice is considered a low risk environment, however, we take the well-being of our patients and staff as our highest priority and it is always best to take sensible precautions during a time like this. Please note the following in regard to all patient appointments:

If you have any history of travel (or have come in contact with persons who have traveled) to countries where there has been a confirmed epidemic (China, Hong Kong, South Korea, Iran, Italy, Japan, and the US State of Washington), please call our office to reschedule your appointment. We have implemented a “No Hand Shaking” policy at our practice during the outbreak to help limit casual contact and ensure the health and safety of our patients and staff. Please know that we appreciate you and are always happy to see you! If you are experiencing symptoms of respiratory illness (cough, shortness of breath, fever above 100.4), we respectfully request that you reschedule your appointment at our practice until you are free from any symptoms for a period of at least 48 hours. We have asked our staff to do the same. In addition to our already extensive level of cleaning and sterilization, we have supplemented these efforts with additional cleaning and sanitization of hard surfaces.

This is indeed a trying time in public health, but we also want you to know that we have some of the most stringent sanitization and infection control standards in any business, making our practice a safe place to visit. Should you have any questions about this issue, please do not hesitate to contact us.

For up to date information on the virus, we would like to refer you to the government website for the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, www.cdc.gov

Kindest Regards,

Goel Vision