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Contact Lenses

A modern solution for clear vision and unmatched comfort.

Interested in contact lenses but don’t know where to start? Don’t worry, we are here to help you!

Whether for everyday use, sports activities, or special occasions, contact lenses offer unmatched convenience and comfort.

These lenses correct various vision problems, including nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, and presbyopia. They sit directly on the eye's surface, providing precise vision correction.

If you are someone with an active lifestyle or tired of wearing your glasses all the time and looking for a change, book your comprehensive eye exam today to see if you are a good candidate for contact lenses.

Eye Exam

Before we prescribe contact lenses, Comprehensive eye exam is done to evaluate the health of your eyes.

During the exam, Optometrist checks for any underlying conditions such as dry eye syndrome, allergies, infections or any corneal irregularities that could affect your ability to wear contact lenses safely.


In the fitting process, an Optometrist will assess the fit of contact lenses on the cornea to guarantee optimal comfort and vision correction. This involves measuring pupil size and the curvature of the cornea. Additionally, the optometrist evaluates the tear film, ensuring its quality and quantity are adequate for comfortable lens wear and also checks how the lens aligns with the pupil, ensuring proper centration and movement with blinking.

By considering these factors comprehensively, the optometrist can select the most suitable contact lens that fits correctly and provides clear vision without discomfort.


Contact lens training is essential for new wearers to ensure safe and successful use of their lenses. Training typically covers inserting and removing lenses, proper hygiene and maintenance, and troubleshooting common issues. It's crucial to follow instructions carefully and practice good habits to minimize the risk of eye irritation or infection. Regular follow-up appointments with an eye care professional are also recommended to monitor progress and address any concerns.

Trial Period

After the fitting and training, you will be given a set of trial contact lenses to wear for a few days in your daily life. This will allow you to evaluate the comfort, vision and overall suitability for your needs before committing to long term prescription.

Speciality Contact lenses

Multifocal Contact Lenses: Multifocal contact lenses are a type of contact lens that is designed to correct presbyopia , a common age-related condition that affects near vision. Multifocal contact lenses are designed with different zones or powers to correct vision at multiple distances. They allow individuals to see clearly at near, intermediate, and distance ranges without the need for reading glasses or bifocals.

Contacts for Astigmatism: Contact lenses for astigmatism, known as toric contact lenses, are specifically designed to correct irregular curvature of the cornea and provide clear vision for individuals with astigmatism. Astigmatism is a refractive error that occurs when the cornea or lens of the eye has an irregular shape, causing blurred or distorted vision at all distances. Toric contact lenses are a type of corrective lens that can address this irregularity and provide clear vision for individuals with astigmatism.

Hard Contact Lenses: Type of rigid Contact Lenses that allow oxygen to pass through the lens material to the eye. These lenses offer crisp and clear vision than soft contact lenses, especially for people with high prescription or irregular corneas. Hard RGP contact lenses can correct various vision problems such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism and presbyopia.

Misight 1-Day Contact Lenses: Type of soft contact lenses that can correct nearsightedness and reduce its growth in children.


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Often overlooked, our eyes play a crucial role in our daily lives, offering us the gift of sight and insight into our surroundings.

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Unit 120, 1575 McCallum Road, Abbotsford , BC V2S 3N3

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Phone: 604-746-3937

Fax: 604-746-3938