Contact Lenses

The process for Contact lens fitting

  1. The Optometrist will find out your needs and requirements.
  2. Your carefully selected lenses will be inserted by the Optometrist, giving a chance for you to experience the comfort & vision of the lenses
  3. Once settled, the contact lenses will be checked to ensure correct fitting & confirm that you’re happy to proceed.
  4. You will then learn from a qualified member of staff how to insert & remove your lenses, all of the dos and don’ts, and how to look after them.
  5. Try the lenses for up to a month & return for a final consultation to review experiences

Once ready to pursue, there are a number of options available with purchasing lenses in store.

Contact lens fit: £35.00

Contact lens aftercare: £35.00

Contact lens myths busted!

I can’t wear contact lenses!

With advances in technology, almost all prescriptions can be corrected with contact lenses, even for the more challenging prescriptions.

I’m too old for contact lenses!

Multifocal & monovision contact lenses can be worn to correct reading and distance prescriptions at the same time, proving age is no barrier to wearing contact lenses.

I’m afraid to touch my eye and don’t think I’ll get them in!

Once settled the majority of contact lens wearers will not feel the contact lenses in the eye.  The optometrist will always be able to resolve any issues if discomfort persists. Contact lenses are constantly improving, if you’ve had issues in the past due to dryness discomfort or vision, there may be new contact lens solutions available to you.

Contact lenses will be uncomfortable

Once settled the majority of contact lens wearers will not feel the contact lenses in the eye. The optometrist will always be able to resolve any issues if discomfort persists. Contact lenses are constantly improving, if you’ve had issues in the past due to dryness discomfort or vision, there may be new contact lens solutions available to you.