With all the latest advancements in contact lens technology, the majority of refractive errors such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism and presbyopia can be corrected with contact lenses.


The vast majority of people requiring vision correction can wear contact lenses without experiencing any problems as science provides us with greater options in contact lens wear. It is important to discuss the matter fully with your optometrist. Your overall vision problems, the health of your eyes, and your specific visual needs and motivations will be considered.

The optometrist has access to a wide variety of lenses through all the major contact lens suppliers. For more information see the contact lens supplier websites; Bausch & Lomb, CIBA Coopervison , Johnson & Johnson .

Disposable Daily Lenses:

Single-use, daily wear lenses that are designed to always provide the wearer with fresh and clean lenses every time they insert their lenses. No lens cleaning is required for the daily wear regime. These lenses are perfect for the active lifestyle and occasional usage.

Disposable Biweekly Wear:

Biweekly lenses are worn daily and discarded and replaced after two weeks of use. On lens removal they must be cleaned and disinfected. These lenses are not designed or intended for overnight wear. 



Disposable Monthly Wear:

Monthly lenses are worn daily and discarded and replaced after one month of use. On lens removal they must be cleaned and disinfected. These lenses are not designed or intended for overnight wear.

It is the policy of our office that all contact lens wearers have an annual eye examination to ensure the continued use of contact lenses is not compromising the health of your eyes.

Disposable contact lenses have no warranties once the box has been opened or damaged.

Lens Care Solutions

When you are fitted for contact lenses, a particular lens care system will be recommended. If you wish to change your lens care regimen or to try a new lens care product, it is best to discuss this first with your optometrist. Rigid lens solutions are not compatible with soft contacts.



Follow Professional Advice

Annual eye examinations are required to ensure the health of your eyes and fit of the contacts.

Wear your contacts only for the length of time recommended, even if they feel comfortable.

Remove, clean and disinfect your lenses at the prescribed intervals.

Don't use any eye medications without consulting your optometrist.