Get the best prescription contact lenses at an affordable price. Decide when and where you want to wear glasses or contact lenses to vary up your style.
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Our expert doctor will help you decide the right type of contacts for your situation.
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Vision Source contact lenses are designed with digital devices and UV rays in mind. They’ll correct your vision while also protecting your eyes from the dangers of modern life.
Frequently Asked Questions
It typically depends on the type of contact lenses that you decide. Soft contacts are typically comfortable right away. Harder contacts or hybrid lenses might require a few days or even weeks to get used to.
It may take a little bit for you to get used to the maintenance and care required for contact lenses. However, this only applies to multi-use lenses. If you’re worried about your ability to care for your contacts, try daily lenses that you discard after every use.
No, you cannot lose a contact lens in your eye. The worst case scenario is that it gets behind your eye lid. If you’re worried about not being able to locate your contact, reach out to your eye doctor and they will help you determine the best next steps.
Whether or not your child is ready for contact lenses depends on their responsibility and whether they’re ready to take care of their vision and eye health. You, your child, and your eye doctor should all provide input on whether it’s the right choice for them.
Daily contact lenses have a lot of benefits that you simply won’t get with multi-use lenses. They’re brand new every day and require little-to-no maintenance or upkeep. You’ll also save money by not having to purchases cases or solution.
There are contact lenses for different preferences and needs. We can fit you for soft, rigid gas permeable, extended wear, and disposable contact lenses. Our optometrist will help you determine which lenses are right for your lifestyle, needs, and preferences.
Speaking with an optometrist is the best way to determine which contact lenses will be right for your vision needs. If you have astigmatism or other eye condition you may need specialized lenses. While soft lenses are the most commonly used, there are other options. For example, if you often find yourself falling asleep with your lenses in you may want to pick an extended wear option that allows for safe continuous use.