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Our experienced contact lens fitter will advise on appropriate contact lens solutions. We provide excellent follow up care whether you are a new fit or experienced contact lens wearer. We are at forefront when it comes to contact lens technology and materials. See us for the latest contact lens design. All brands of contact lenses are available.

  • Gas permeable
  • Conventional
  • Disposable (Daily, weekly, monthly)
  • Spherical and Toric
  • Multifocal and progressives
  • Colored contact lenses
  • Specialized fitting

How to Wear Contacts: Basic Guidelines and Quick Tips

The first rule of successful contact lens wear is to follow your eye care professional's directions. When you get your contact lenses, your eye care professional or a staff member will teach you all about cleaning, disinfecting, storing and replacing your lenses according to the prescribed schedule. While this may sound complicated at first, these are simple processes and very easy to learn. Plus, there are many multi-purpose contact lens solutions that clean and disinfect in one step. The key is to get in the habit of caring for your lenses conscientiously.

Quick Lens Care Tips

Always wash and rinse your hands thoroughly before you handle your lenses.

To avoid getting your lenses mixed up, always apply (or remove) your lenses, one at a time, in the same order.

Never use eye drops or solutions that aren't specifically for contact lenses.

Don't use saliva to try and wet or clean your lenses.

Don't sleep in your lenses (unless you wear lenses that are specifically designed for continuous wear and your eye care professional has prescribed them for that wear schedule).

Clean, rinse and disinfect your lenses every time you remove them.

Keep all your solution bottles tightly capped when you're not using them.

Don't let the tip of solution bottles touch any surface (including your fingers, eyes or lenses).

Never use expired lens solutions.

Never re-use lens solutions.

Never swap lenses with someone else.

Rinse your lens case every day and let it air-dry.

Replace your lens case every three months (or more frequently).

Don't let cosmetics like soap, makeup, moisturizers or sunscreen touch your lenses.

Never wear your lenses when you're going to be around irritating fumes or vapors (paint, hairspray, oven cleaner, etc.)

Don't swim or go in a hot tub while wearing your lenses.

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