Discover the Perfect Contact Lenses for Your Lifestyle
Are you tired of always wearing glasses but don’t want to commit to laser eye surgery? Contact lenses offer a convenient and affordable solution for clear vision without glasses. At our locations across Edmonton, we offer a variety of contact lenses to suit your individual needs and lifestyle.
We are among the largest contact lens clinics in Edmonton. Our selection includes daily, monthly, annual, and RGP (rigid gas permeable) lenses so you can choose the perfect fit for your preferences and budget. Whether you’re looking for the convenience of daily disposables or the durability of long-term lenses, we have you covered.
Our team of experts is dedicated to providing you with the highest quality contact lenses. We work with trusted manufacturers to ensure that our lenses are comfortable, reliable, and designed to meet your unique needs.
You’ll enjoy competitive pricing, fast shipping, and exceptional customer service when you shop with us. Plus, our online store makes it easy to order your lenses from the comfort of your own home with a simple and secure checkout process.
If you’re ready to ditch your glasses and experience the convenience and freedom of contact lenses, browse our selection today and find the perfect fit for your lifestyle.
We carry all brand names to suit your individual needs and lifestyle.
Contact Lenses for Myopia Control
Some of the most common types of contact lenses used to treat myopia include:
- Coopervision MySight: These lenses are made from a flexible, water-containing plastic material that conforms to the shape of your eye. They can be prescribed for daily, extended, or disposable wear. Soft contact lenses are popular for people with mild to moderate myopia, as they provide good vision correction and are generally comfortable to wear.
- Orthokeratology (Ortho-K) contact lenses: These lenses are specially designed to reshape the cornea while you sleep, temporarily correcting myopia during the day. Ortho-K lenses are a good option for people with mild to moderate myopia who want to reduce their dependence on glasses or contacts.
To determine which type of contact lenses would be best for your myopia, it’s essential to schedule an eye exam with an optometrist or ophthalmologist who can evaluate your vision and recommend the best treatment options for your individual needs.
Contact Lenses for Astigmatism
If you have astigmatism, you may experience blurry or distorted vision due to an irregularly shaped cornea or lens in your eye. Fortunately, contact lenses are specifically designed to correct this common vision condition.
Toric contact lenses are the most common contact lenses used to correct astigmatism. These lenses are shaped differently than standard spherical contact lenses to accommodate the irregular curvature of the eye. They are available in soft and gas-permeable materials and can be prescribed for daily or extended wear.
Soft toric lenses are made from a flexible, water-containing plastic material and are available in daily and monthly disposable options. They come in various designs, including single-vision, multifocal, and hybrid lenses.
Gas-permeable toric lenses are made from a rigid, oxygen-permeable material that allows for better oxygen flow to the cornea than soft lenses. These lenses are custom-designed for your prescription and can provide excellent visual acuity for people with moderate to severe astigmatism.
For people with very high astigmatism, scleral contact lenses can provide an even more customized fit. These lenses have a wider diameter than standard contact lenses and rest on the sclera, or the white part of the eye, providing a stable and comfortable fit.
If you have astigmatism and are interested in trying contact lenses, it’s essential to schedule an eye exam with an optometrist or ophthalmologist who can evaluate your vision and recommend the best treatment options for your individual needs. They can help you choose the right type of contact lens to provide the best possible vision correction for your astigmatism.