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Therapeutic contact lenses are fit for several reasons. They are used to relieve pain from exposed nerve endings after damage to the cornea. They can protect and support an injured cornea as it heals. They can help maintain corneal hydration and are an effective mechanism for drug delivery. This CE course from 20/20 Magazine reviews the uses of contact lenses beyond vision correction for the treatment of eye injury and disease, and as prosthetics and in drug delivery systems. Read More.