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These include disposable soft contact, bifocal/multifocal, toric, and colored lenses. Whether you wear daily, weekly or monthly disposables, or conventional (vial) lenses, check out our selection of lenses at Village Eye Centre.

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Our optometrists in Edmonton and Sherwood Park stand behind proven contact lens brands that provide comfortable, high-quality vision. 1st Street & Village Eye Centres only carry contact lenses that our eye doctors can confidently recommend to our patients. In addition, our eye care clinics strive to establish which contacts will best suit their eye care needs & lifestyle. Most noteworthy, we take care when fitting the lenses to the patient, this allows each patient to get exactly what he or she wants and needs from prescription contact lenses.

Following your annual eye exam, your optometrist will advise which contact lenses best suits your eyes. Our Sherwood Park and Edmonton eyewear optical departments carry contact lenses for nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism & presbyopia. We also offer some specialty lenses. Ask us about cosmetic coloured lenses, which are only safe to buy from a reputable source. The eye doctors will assess your lifestyle, prescription and vision needs to provide you with lenses that offer maximum benefit and comfort. With free contact lens checks, you can be sure your lenses always fit well.

Presbyopia is the inability to focus on near objects that typically occurs after the age of forty. Astigmatism means the irregular curvature of the cornea or lens that results in blurry vision. Our optometrists are able to compensate for that with specialty contact lenses. No matter the severity or complexity of your prescription, we will fit you with the best possible prescription lenses. Our lenses will compensate for & correct your impaired vision.

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For New & Returning Contact Lens Wearers

In our contact lens fitting package, you will receive complimentary trial lenses, so that you can feel secure in your choice to purchase contacts. Then, our eye doctors will schedule a follow-up exam to ensure that you are satisfied with the lenses that they have prescribed.

The long-term relationships that 1st Street & Village Eye Centre builds with our patients makes it easy to continuously re-evaluate & adjust your prescription contact lenses, enabling you to see optimally for years to come.

At our optometry offices in Edmonton & Sherwood Park we continually work with the most recent improvements in contact lens technology.

This includes improved comfort and healthiness of the contact lenses themselves. Since patients with dry eye syndrome or patients with high astigmatism power are now able to successfully wear contact lenses, consider trying them again. So whether you have blurry vision or just want to change the colour of your eye, our doctors will help fit the contacts that are right for you.

1st Street & Village Eye Centres also offer Bausch & Lomb Purevision2 lenses that are designed to provide clear & comfortable vision for 30 days. Purevision2 uses the Aergel material that repels debris and stays moist for the entire day. These contacts are exceptionally healthy as they allow natural amount of oxygen to contact your eyes, so they feel fresh all day long.

Also, our Optometry clinics carry the very popular Air Optix family of lenses from Ciba/Alcon Vision. These are silicone hydrogel contacts designed optimal for breath-ability and all-day moisture. Ciba Vision created this patented lens material that is perfect for patients who have experienced dry eyes with other contact lenses. At your next eye exam appointment, ask if you are a candidate for any of these lens brands.

Our new patient contact lens wearer program has helped many patients enjoy the freedom of contact lenses. It’s never too late to try and enjoy the benefits contact lenses have to offer. Let us know when you want to get started.

Schedule your appointment today by selecting one of our area Edmonton Optometrist locations now.

Our Recommended Brands:
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