Whether you’d like them for sport, for work or simply as an alternative to wearing glasses, contact lenses are now available in such a wide range of options that almost everyone can wear them. And with Total Lens Care you could be enjoying the benefits of contact lenses for as little as $29.50 per month. Tell me more about Total Lens Care.
Even if you have a very complex or unusual prescription, our specialist team at Total Eyecare are passionate about helping you discover the benefits of contact lenses, so you too can enjoy the convenience and flexibility of going without your glasses.
Of course if you’re just starting out in contacts, you’ll want to be sure of getting expert care and advice for your individual needs. You’ll also want to know you can pop back at any time for professional assistance. Collectively our optometrists have a very high level of expertise when it comes to contact lens solutions and constantly keep up with the latest technological advancements. In fact, you couldn’t be in better hands.
Frequently asked questions
Are contact lenses comfortable?
Soft contact lenses are very comfortable and easy to wear. Most people get used to their lenses in minutes and afterwards say that it feels like nothing at all is being worn on the eye.
How easy are they to use?
Contact lenses are easy to apply and remove once you are shown. There are many different options to choose from, depending on your lifestyle e.g. single use or reusable lenses. See the variety of lenses
Are there any risks to the health of my eyes?
Contact lens related eye infections are rare; and usually result from improper wear or caring for your lenses. We will advise you on the best product and care for the health or your eyes.
Can contact lenses get ‘lost’ behind my eyes?
It is physically impossible for lenses to get ‘lost’ behind your eye. A thin membrane covers your eye and connects to your eyelids so the lens is unable to move off the front surface of your eye.
How old do you have to be to wear contact lenses?
Dr Jeffrey Walline of Ohio State University has studied contact lens wear in 8-11 year olds and found that they did at least as well as their adult counterparts. We will carefully consider each individual’s suitability for contact lenses regardless of age.
What about the cost?
The daily cost of contact lenses is no more expensive than a cup of coffee or a newspaper. The benefits are priceless.