Contacts come in a variety of brands and lens types to best fit your eye care needs. We carry daily, two week, monthly, and quarterly lens options. Once your contact lenses reach the end of their wear ability, you can throw them out and start with a fresh pair.
Acuvue Oasys contact lenses with Hydraclear Plus are an extremely comfortable contact lens wearing experience. Designed to keep your eyes moist and comfortable all day long, these lenses use Hydraclear Plus technology. They block the highest level of UV rays on the market: more than 99% of UVB and 95% of UVA-1 rays.
If you thought you couldn't wear contact lenses because of astigmatism, the Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism contact lenses are for you. The irregular curvature of the eye that characterizes astigmatism might have historically made finding contact lenses difficult, but Acuvue's Accelerated Stabilization Design technology solves that problem. These lenses won't rotate when you blink or move your eyes around quickly, so when you're active you won't have to worry about blurred vision.
Let's face it, we all get busy with life. 1-DAY ACUVUE® MOIST® contact lenses are an ideal for the lens wearer who doesn't want to deal with daily cleaning, storing, and discomfort that comes with extended wear lenses. Wear one pair a day and toss them out when the day is done.
ACUVUE® brings you the revolutionary contact lens, ACUVUE® VITA™. This monthly lens maximizes and maintains comfort all month long, even in challenging environments, thanks to its INFINITY EDGE™ design and HydraMax™ Technology. Plus, Vita uses UV blocking to protect your eyes from 93.4% of UVA and 99.8% of UVB rays.
Air Optix Aqua contact lenses are made to keep your eyes comfortable and moisture rich. This lens is incredibly breathable, allowing five times more oxygen through than other lenses. Air Optix uses TriComfort Technology not only to let the contact lens breathe and retain moisture, but also to resist deposits and keep the lenses comfortable and wearable for up to one month.
Air Optix® for Astigmatism contact lenses let you see clearly and comfortably, without the discomfort and dryness that accompanies astigmatism. The TriComfort Technology found in these lenses allows oxygen to flow continuously, keeping your eyes feeling healthy and natural. You'll also notice that your eyes feel moist and smooth, the result of patented Air Optix® technology that helps the lenses retain moisture and resist deposits.
Air Optix Night & Day Aqua contact lenses are the only lenses that can claim the highest oxygen transmissibility of any lens on the market today. That means you can take a quick nap in them, or you can sleep in them and they'll still retain their enduring comfort. In fact, the FDA has approved these contacts for up to 30 nights of continuous wear.
Looking to enhance your current eye color or try something completely new? Air Optix Colors are the same breathable, comfortable lenses you love – now in nine colors. If you already have a valid Air Optix Aqua prescription, you can try Air Optix Colors without a new fitting.
Freshlook Colors contact lenses offer a more exciting, dramatic color change. Available in four natural colors that give even the darkest eyes an alluring new look, even if your vision is perfect. Freshlook Colors come in hazel, green, violet and blue.
Changing the the color of your eyes, it can be a little foriegn, but with Freshlook Colorblends contact lenses are the way to subtly enhance your eye color. Using a patented 3-in-1 technology to combine three colors into one, your eyes will take on a new deep color while retaining their natural appearance. There are a variety of new shades to choose from including Sterling Gray, Brilliant Blue, and Gemstone Green. Or choose from one of the classic hues, like green, honey, gray, blue, turquoise, amethyst, brown, Pure Hazel, or True Sapphire. Freshlook Colorblends contacts are a 1-2 week disposable lens that you can wear every day or just for that special occasion.
Biofinity monthly contact lenses use Aquaform Comfort Science technology to bring you an advanced level of comfort in a monthly disposable lens. Aquaform technology brings together two essential elements for wearers: high oxygen performance and a naturally wet lens material. Your eyes stay healthy and white from the oxygen, and lenses stay soft and deposit-resistant with the water-retaining lens material. Add in a lens design that focuses light better for higher resolution and depth of focus, and these Biofinity contacts make for a remarkable silicone hydrogel lens.
For contact lens wearers with astigmatism, Biofinity Toric lenses are quickly becoming the preferred lens.These lenses are ultra efficient at retaining water, and allow plenty of oxygen into your eyes, keeping them healthy and bright so all day long. While resisting dryness and protein deposits, Biofinity Toric contact lenses fit you correctly.
Designed for refreshing all day comfort with every blink so you can make the most of every day. Instantly fresh and comfortable at insertion and moisturizes with every blink. Same Advanced Lenses. Refreshing New Look
If you think contacts are a good fit for you or if you need to get a new prescription, Schedule an Eye Exam for a contact lens fitting. The fitting may include receiving trial lenses the same day depending on your prescription. You will be asked to come back for a follow up appointment to ensure the contacts fit properly and are sitting correctly on your eyes. The follow up appointment is also to ensure you are properly educated on how to care for your new contact lenses. Please make sure to wear your trial contact lenses to your follow up appointment so that our eye care specialists can easily take a look at the fit.
Regardless of the type of contacts you decide on, proper care of the lenses is essential to your eye health. Here are some helpful tips when handling contacts:
Handle your contact lens solution with care:
When it comes to choosing your contact lens solution, we carry both Multipurpose and Hydrogen Peroxide-Based Lens Care Systems. Each system has advantages and potential disadvantages. Choosing the best contact lens solution for you is not a decision you should make yourself. During your contact lens fitting, your eye doctor will tell you which solution he or she feels is best for you.