Get the Best Contact Lens Care with Glimpse Vision

At Glimpse Vision, we understand the importance of personalized and attentive care when it comes to your contact lenses. From the initial fitting to ongoing follow-up appointments, trust our expert optometrists to provide the best care and support for your contact lenses.

Types Of Contact Lenses

There are various types of contact lenses available on the market today. Here are some of the most popular options:

  • Soft lenses – Soft contact lenses are the most common type of lens made from soft, flexible materials that conform to your eye.
  • RGP (Rigid Gas Permeable) Lenses – Rigid gas permeable lenses are rigid but allow oxygen to pass through the lens to your eyes.
  • Multifocal Lenses – Multifocal contact lenses are designed for people with nearsightedness and farsightedness.
  • Color Contact Lenses – Color contact lenses offer various colors, allowing you to change your eye color or enhance the natural color of your eyes.

We know that choosing the right type of contact lens can be overwhelming, which is why our highly trained optometrists are here to help. We’ll take the time to evaluate your eyes and recommend the best lenses for you based on your unique needs and preferences.

The Benefits Of Wearing Contact Lenses

Here are just a few of the benefits of wearing content lenses:

  • Easily Adjustable Vision – You can easily adjust your vision quickly with contacts.
  • Comfort – Contacts provide a sense of freedom during physical activities.
  • Convenience – Contacts are easy to wear and remove, making them incredibly convenient for vision correction.

Proper Care and Maintenance For Contact Lenses

Different people use different ways to care for their contact lenses. But, at Glimpse Vision, we recommend following some simple tips to make sure your contact lens experience is a positive one:

  • Always wash and dry your hands before using contact lenses handling.
  • Clean and disinfect the lenses daily as directed by your optometrist.
  • Use only recommended solutions with your lenses.
  • Remove and store the lenses as directed.
  • Don’t wear lenses that are damaged or expired.

We recommend that you have a check-up with an optometrist at least once a year so they can make sure your contact lenses are still fitting properly and your eyes remain healthy. And what place is better to do that other than Glimpse Vision?

Our Specialized Services

If you are looking for specialized contact lens care, choose Glimpse Vision. Our professional optometrists offer personalized treatments that consider the overall health of your eyes and provide customized solutions to fit any lifestyle.

We also guarantee that all our lenses are manufactured with top-quality materials, and we provide a wide range of contact lenses, from daily disposables to extended-wear lenses.

Common Concerns

Many people have questions and concerns when it comes to contact lenses. Here are some of the most common:

  • Will Contact Lenses Damage My Eyes? – No, contact lenses are safe for your eyes if used properly and with regular check-ups with an optometrist.
  • Are Contacts Difficult To Maintain? – Not at all! With proper care and regular check-ups, contact lenses are a straightforward and convenient way to correct your vision.
  • How do you tell if a contact lens is inside-out? – Most contact lenses have a small line printed on the lens to help you tell if it is inside-out.
  • What to do if a contact lens is lost or damaged? – Contact your optometrist immediately if you have a lost or damaged lens.
  • Do contacts make my eyes itch? – This could be a sign that the lens isn’t fitting properly or is not being cared for correctly. Speak to your optometrist if you have any itchiness or discomfort while wearing contact lenses.

Our experts are here to help if you have questions about contact lenses. Contact us today at Glimpse Vision and get the best contact lens care!


What is a good contact lens care regimen?

A good contact lens care regimen involves washing your hands before handling lenses, using the recommended solution to clean and disinfect them, and storing them in a clean case with fresh solution overnight. Follow your eye care professional’s guidelines for the best results.

How often should a contact lens wearer visit an eye care specialist?

Contact lens wearers should visit an eye care specialist annually or as advised. Regular check-ups help ensure your prescription is accurate, monitor eye health, and receive guidance on proper lens care. If you experience any discomfort or changes in vision, seek professional advice promptly.

How do I clean and store my contact lenses properly?

To clean and store contact lenses properly with peroxide solution, follow these steps:

  • Wash hands thoroughly with non-moisturizing soap and water.
  • Place a few drops of peroxide solution on each lens.
  • Gently rub the lens in your palm to clean debris.
  • Please lenses in the appropriate case with disc.
  • Fill the case to line with a peroxide solution.
  • Close the case securely and store lenses overnight for a minimum of 6 hours.
  • Place lenses on the eye in the morning directly from the case – do not rinse!
  • Dispose of the solution and leave the case open to air dry until the next use.

Remember, never use tap water or saliva for cleaning. Replace the solution daily.

What should I do if my contact lenses feel uncomfortable?

If your contact lenses feel uncomfortable, try these steps:

  • Remove Them: Wash your hands and take out the lenses.
  • Inspect: Check for any debris or tears on the lens.
  • Clean and Soak: Clean the lens with solution and soak it overnight.
  • Check Inside Out: Make sure the lens isn’t inside out.
  • Moisturize: Use lubricating eye drops to relieve dryness.
  • Replace: If discomfort persists, switch to a new pair.
  • Consult: If discomfort continues, consult your eye care professional ASAP.

Avoid wearing lenses with any symptoms of redness, discomfort, or irritation, as they could cause infection or worse irritation. Your comfort and eye health come first.

What are the signs of contact lens-related eye infections?

Signs of contact lens-related eye infections may include:

  • Redness: Unusual redness in the eyes.
  • Pain or Discomfort: Persistent discomfort or pain.
  • Persistent blurred or hazy vision.
  • Increased tearing or watering of the eyes.
  • Increased sensitivity to light(photophobia).
  • Unusual Discharge: Crusty or yellowish discharge from the eyes.
  • Foreign Body Sensation: Feeling like something is in your eye.
  • Swelling: Swelling around the eyes or eyelids.

If you experience these symptoms, remove your contacts immediately and consult an eye care professional. Prompt attention can help prevent complications.