Best Contact Lenses

Experience the freedom and convenience of contact lenses with Glimpse Vision’s high-quality contact lenses. Our knowledgeable eye care professionals are here to help you find the perfect contact lenses for your lifestyle and vision needs.

We offer a wide range of contact lenses, including multifocal, bifocal, toric, colored contacts, and soft contact lenses.

Types Of Contact Lenses

We offer a wide variety of contact lenses; here are some of the most popular:

  • Soft contact lenses – Soft contacts are the most common type of lens made from soft, flexible materials that conform to your eye.
  • Toric contact lenses – Toric lenses correct astigmatism and offer exceptional vision clarity.
  • RGP (Rigid Gas Permeable) lenses – Rigid gas permeable lenses are custom hard lenses that allow oxygen to pass through the lens to your eyes.
  • Multifocal contact lenses – Multifocal lenses provide both near and distant vision correction.
  • Hybrid lenses – A hybrid lens is an RGP lens within a soft lens customizable for irregular prescriptions, multifocals, and astigmatism.
  • Scleral lenses – Scleral lenses are rigid gas permeable lenses in a large design for irregular corneas, dry eyes, and keratoconus.

Our experienced team will work with you to determine the best lens for your needs and ensure a comfortable fit.

Benefits Of Contact Lenses

Contact lenses provide many benefits, including:

  1. Easy wear and removal, making them incredibly convenient for vision correction.
  2. Quick and easy adjustment to your vision with contacts.
  3. Optimal comfort, especially for severe dry eye cases and lifestyle demands.
  4. A sense of freedom when participating in sports and physical activities without worrying your glasses will fall off or get damaged.

With Glimpse Vision, you can trust our experts to help you find the perfect lenses for your needs and lifestyle.

Care and Maintenance

It’s important to care for your contact lenses properly to ensure their longevity and your safety. Depending on the prescribed lenses, our team recommends tips and tricks on cleaning and disinfecting your lenses, such as:

  • Always wash and dry your hands before handling your contact lenses.
  • Clean your contact lenses daily according to the instructions provided
  • Never sleep in your contacts if they’re not designed for overnight wear
  • Replace your contacts as recommended by your eye care professional
  • Don’t expose your contacts to tap water, saliva, or any other non-sterile substances
  • Always keep your contacts in the appropriate lens case
  • Clean and disinfect contact lenses after each use

By following these tips, you can ensure your contact lenses stay comfortable, safe, and healthy.

How Can Glimpse Vision Help?

At Glimpse Vision, we prioritize personalized care, expertise, and attention to detail. Whether you’re looking for daily disposables, extended-wear lenses, bifocals, or colored contacts, our team will ensure you get the best fit possible.

Here are some reasons to choose Glimpse Vision:

  • Expert eye care professionals
  • High-quality contact lenses
  • Comfortable and customized fitting
  • Competitive prices
  • Personalized advice and recommendations

Stop by our office today to find the perfect contact lenses! Visit us online or call us to schedule an appointment. We look forward to helping you see it again!

Ready To Try Contact Lenses?

If you’re ready to try contact lenses, contact Glimpse Vision today to schedule an appointment with one of our experienced optometrists. We look forward to helping you enjoy the freedom of crystal-clear vision!


Will contact lenses damage my eyes?

No, contact lenses are safe for your eyes if used as prescribed and with an annual exam with an optometrist. Overwearing your contacts beyond the prescribed schedule can cause serious issues.

How do you tell if a soft contact lens is inside out?

The “cup and saucer” test is the easiest way to tell if a soft contact lens is inside out. If correct, the contact edges should be curved up like a cup vs. flared out. If the edges are flared out, the contact lens will feel uncomfortable when placed on the eye, even though your vision is clear.

How often should I replace lenses?

Every prescribed lens has a recommended wear and replacement schedule, and it varies by type of contact lens. Follow the doctor’s recommendations to avoid infections or serious eye issues.

How do you deal with discomfort or dryness?

If you experience discomfort or dryness while wearing your lenses, you may need to switch to a different lens type. Our Glimpse Vision doctors can help you find one that meets your needs. They may also want to use lubricating drops or gels to help keep their eyes from getting too dry.

Do contacts make my eyes itch?

Speak to your optometrist if you have any itching or discomfort while wearing contact lenses. This could be a sign that the lenses are not fitting properly or are not being cared for correctly. It is possible to develop an allergy to the lens material or solution, so it is best to be evaluated when this situation arises.

What do I do if a contact lens is lost or damaged?

Reach out to your Glimpse Vision experts for a replacement lens. If this happens often, they may recommend a follow-up visit with the optometrist to double-check the fit and comfort of your prescribed lenses.

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