Posted by: Crystal | November 16, 2009

How do you label your contact lens boxes?

contact lens care

We frequently hear from our customers that they make their own labels for contact lens boxes out of colored dots from the office supply store or write directly on the contact lens box with a marker.  Then they tell us about how these methods damage the box.
A damaged box means that the contact lenses can not be returned if your patient doesn’t pick them up or if the wrong prescription is dispensed. A damaged box also gives off the appearance of a less professional office to your patient.

There are several options available to help label your contact lens boxes that are professional in appearance and non damaging. Labels designed for use on contact lens boxes, or vials, are removable and can be re-positioned. This means that you can find the best place to put the sticker without leaving leaving a sticky film.


L and R stickers help office staff and patients identify the correct prescription for each eye. The letters are printed in large, block letter, making it easy to identify the correct package even without the use of prescription lenses.

It is also a good idea to remind your patients how often they should replace their contact lenses. Stickers that provide a custom message allow you to label each box of contact lenses with ease.

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