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With contact lenses, you can find a perfect balance of vision correction for your lifestyle. Whether you want to wear them all the time, switch between contacts and glasses or use them to manage an eye condition we can find a solution that works precisely for you.


With our wide range of lenses and expert optometrists, we can fit almost everyone with contacts that are comfortable and easy to use.  


  • Freedom from glasses

  • Sports - they can be a more practical solution to improve sight and allow quicker reactions while playing.

  • Cosmetic appearance - allows you to have the comfort of clearer vision without the feeling of something directly on your skin.

  • Unrestricted vision – they provide all-round vision without the restriction of a pair of glasses.

  • Convenience – Life can be made simpler without the need to look for the correct glasses.

  • Alternative to glasses – they offer a part-time alternative to wearing glasses for a change.

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Not all contact lenses are the same and this variety means people with different eye care and lifestyle needs can find lenses that work for them. Soft lenses are the most common and they come in a variety of daily and monthly disposable options. Lenses also vary depending on whether you want to use them for permanent or occasional use. There is also a wide range of lenses for people with specific eye shapes and conditions like myopia and astigmatism.

Soft daily disposable contact lens

Soft Daily Disposable Lenses

Soft contact lenses, also referred as disposable contact lenses, are an economical solution for part-time wearers as well as those who want a convenient, no-fuss daily contacts as there are no solutions or cleaning required.

Soft/monthly/fortnightly lenses

Soft Monthly/Fortnightly Lenses

Certain soft contact lens models can be worn overnight but the vast majority do require cleaning and storing on a nightly basis. Ideal for those who want a better value option to daily disposables.

Multifocal Lenses

Multifocal Lenses

These contacts are used to correct distance and near vision simultaneously. Disposable or monthly/fortnightly lenses are available which will determine the need for solutions and care.

EDOF Lenses

EDOF (Extended Depth of Focus) Lenses

This new technology and can often give better vision for patients wanting to be able to see distance, intermediate (desktop PC range) and reading all at the same time. They can correct some astigmatism and are also used for Myopia Management in children

Toric Lenses

Toric Lenses

Also used to correct astigmatisms, toric contact lenses are specially designed to fit the shape of the eye. Disposable or monthly/fortnightly lens options are available which will determine the need for solutions and care.

Gas Permeable Lenses

Gas Permeable Lenses

A type of hard contact lens used to shape the eyeball to correct astigmatisms or very high prescriptions, gas permeable lenses offer certain users more comfort than soft alternatives. 

Contact Lens Solution

Aftercare appointments are usually recommended every 6 months by us or can be done annually if you prefer. This is the best way of checking the health of your eyes as sometimes changes can happen without you realising.

We ask you to arrive wearing the lenses, ideally 1 to 2 hours beforehand. The optometrist will be interested to learn how comfortable you’re finding the lenses, how long you wear them for and how the vision with them compares to when you wear your glasses. You should always bring your glasses to this appointment as well as when you take your contacts out you can’t re-insert them for an hour after the tests.

Your vision wearing the lenses will be assessed and any additional prescription that may improve the vision is measured. The fit of the lenses will be assessed and then the health of the eyes checked. We will then advise you on how best to tailor your wear to give you optimum comfort and vision in the future.


Myopia, or shortsightedness, is becoming more and more prevalent with the number of people with myopia doubling in the last 50 years. Managing myopia for your children is becoming increasingly effective through the use of specialised contact lenses. We can fit our patients with MiSight soft contact lenses and Ortho K overnight correction lenses.


MiSight provides contact lenses that are proven to be clinically safe and can effectively slow down myopia progression. Otho K overnight lenses are an amazing innovation that allows the eyes to be gently reshaped while you sleep providing the wearer with clear vision the following day. 

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