We have the most advanced contact lenses available. Most people who wear glasses can get the same, or even better, vision with contact lenses. Whether you are nearsighted, farsighted, have astigmatism, or need bifocals, we are sure that we will be able to fit you with the proper contact lenses, specific for your eye shape and your vision needs.
We take great care in choosing a lens that will match your lifestyle, provide you with the best vision and comfort possible, and be safe to wear for many years. Our office provides complete contact lens service, with all types of contacts available including:
- Disposable Contact Lenses (IN STOCK FOR SAME DAY PICK-UP)
- Colour Contact Lenses
- Toric Contact Lenses for astigmatism
- Dry Eye Contacts Lenses – designed to provide more comfort with a lower rate of dehydration
- Bifocal Contact Lenses – to provide freedom from reading glasses
- Daily wear conventionals
- Silicon Hydrogel Contact Lenses which deliver up to 500% more oxygen than all other types of soft contact lenses.
- Daily Disposable Contact Lenses – Single use, throw-away lenses
- RGP’s – Rigid Gas Permeable Contact Lenses – the fitting of these rigid lenses is a lost art as less than 5% of contact lens patients wear this modality. These lenses provide the sharpest vision for many patients unable to achieve clear vision with soft contact lenses.
- Contact lens training and education
Did you know?
Contact lens patients are often unfamiliar with the side effects of wearing lenses. Because of its immediate relationship to the eye, a contact lens is a medical device that can affect the normal health of the eye over a long period of time.
The lens can reduce oxygen to the eye, affecting the health and metabolism of the cornea. This sometimes causes problems that are undetectable by the wearer. However, proper initial fitting and careful follow-up by your optometrist reduces the chance of any unnecessary complications.
As a contact lens wearer, you should be monitored professionally for short-term and long-term effects to ensure that your eye is comfortable and safe. Only by visiting your optometrist annually can adverse changes to your eyes be detected before damage is done to the cornea.
If you are considering contact lenses, quality care for your eyes should be your first priority. Safe, proper fitting lenses should never be sacrificed for a bargain price.
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