Contact lenses are available in a wide range of prescriptions to suit most people. If you are wondering about whether we can get contact lenses in your prescription check with us today and we will be happy to advise you on your suitability.
There are now lots of contact lenses available that do correct for astigmatism. If you are wondering whether your prescription can be corrected with contact lenses ask one of our staff members, who will be happy to advise you.
If your eyes become irritated and uncomfortable, or you have an eye infection, you will need a pair of glasses to wear instead. Not having a pair of glasses will tempt you to wear your contact lenses, even when you shouldn’t and risk the health of your eyes.
Yes. Contact lens check-ups are designed to check the condition of the front surface of the eye that is in contact with the lens and to check the quality of your vision with your lenses in. A contact lens check-up doesn’t measure the health of the inner and outer parts of your eye, so it’s important to go for an eye test as well. The back of your eyes can be affected by a number of eye conditions and though they are uncommon, they might be picked up much earlier through a sight test rather than waiting for symptoms to occur.