CONTACT LENS SPECIALIST
Contact Lens Process
Love a little change, why not try contact lenses? Whether you are 5 or 90 we have a wide range of contact lenses to suit your prescription and most importantly your lifestyle. Our optometrist will start the consultation with a complete eye examination to ensure the most current prescription and rule out any pre-existing conditions that may interfere with contact lens wear.
Important measurements will be taken of your pupil or iris to determine the correct fit and shape required for you. The optometrist will discuss options of wear including daily, fortnightly, monthly or even yearly contacts based on your lifestyle and prescription needs. We teach all of our patients how to properly care for your eyes and contacts and provide you with a care plan to take home and trial your contact lenses.
Our extensive range of contact lenses includes, disposable soft contacts, multifocal and even colour contacts. Our range also includes specialty contacts such as Rigid Gas Permeable (RGP) contact lenses and Orthokeratology contact lenses.
Conditions correctable with Contact Lenses
Why choose Clear Vision Optical for your contacts
What makes us different at Clear Vision Optical is our optometrists will guide you every step of the process from fitting and teach sessions to detailed cornea 3D mapping topography scans. After your inital contact lens assessment appointment the optometrist will careful select contact lens from our full range of leading brands, including Bausch & Lomb, Cooper Vision, Johnson & Johnson, Alcon and Menicon. All purchases are swiftly processed with fast delivery to ensure you have your contact lenses for your special occasion or before you run out! Our low-price guarantee backs every order.
Contact Lens Process
Contact lenses are tiny pieces of plastic or silicone that fit over your eyes to correct vision problems or sometimes even for cosmetic enhancement. They are made of soft, flexible materials, commonly called hydrogels, which allow oxygen to pass through and into the eye. This helps keep eyes healthy by preventing them from drying out.
For most people with refractive errors like myopia, farsightedness, and astigmatism, wearing contact lenses is an excellent alternative to glasses as they can be much more comfortable than glasses. The required prescription may be different to your prescription for spectacles as we measure 12mm from your eye for spectacles and contact lens sits directly on your eye. An appointment for a contact lens assessment with one of our optometrist ensures you will have the best vision and comfort possible.