Contact Lenses

Daily disposable contact lenses

Daily contacts refer to contacts which are discarded each night and replaced in the morning with a new lens. These lenses offer the best of both worlds: They are convenient (no storage or solutions required), and they are the healthiest option for contact lens wear (no day-to-day accumulation of lens deposits). We offer every brand of daily disposable contact lenses

Biweekly and monthly contact lenses

Bi-Weekly contact lenses refers to disposable contact lenses which are replaced every two weeks while monthly contact lenses are replaced every 30 days. . At iSight Optometry we carry all of the major brands of contact lenses in a variety of options including sphere, toric (astigmatism) and multifocal (presbyopic) contact lenses

Toric contact lenses

Toric lenses are soft contact lenses that are specially designed to correct the visual effects of astigmatism — a common refractive error caused by a misshapen cornea. At iSight Optometry we carry all of the major brands of contact lenses in a variety of options to correct your astigmatism.

Multifocal contact lenses

Multifocal contact lenses are contact lenses with multiple prescriptions all in one lens. There is typically a prescription for very close objects: one prescription for normal objects viewed at a distance, and then prescriptions for intermediate distances. This setup helps people with presbyopia correct age-related vision problems where the eye can no longer focus on objects up close

Color contact lenses

Colour contact lenses allow you to enhance your natural eye colour or change your eye colour altogether. At iSight Optometry we carry a variety of brands with many colours options to choose from.

Scleral, semi-scleral, and hybrid contact lenses

Scleral, semi-scleral and hybrid contact lens are custom fit options that may benefit people who have highly-irregular corneas after laser surgery, corneal grafts, radial keratotomy (RK), keratoconus, dry eye or corneal scarring.

Rigid gas permeable lenses

Gas-Permeable (GP) or Rigid Gas Permeable (RGP) contact lenses are made of a firm plastic material that allows the passage of oxygen through the lens to your cornea and the front surface of your eye. Rigid lenses aren’t as popular or well-known as soft lenses, but they offer the advantages of durability, crisp vision and high oxygen permeability.

Myopia control contact lenses

Myopia control contact lenses are designed for children and teenagers to wear, and are becoming an increasingly used option for slowing myopia progression with the introduction of myopia control contact lens designs. At iSight Optometry we offer many options of myopia control including myopia control contact lenses

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