Contact Lens Exams, Fittings, & Brands in Bolton & Richmond Hill

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Find Freedom & Flexibility with Contact Lenses

If you wear glasses, you might have considered contact lenses at some point. And why not? There are plenty of options and styles to suit various needs, lifestyles, and budgets. The best part? Nearly anyone who wants to wear contact lenses can.

If you’re looking for some freedom and flexibility in your eyewear, contact us today for a contact lens exam and fitting.

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Alcon has one mission: to provide innovative products that enhance quality of life by helping people see better. Alcon is uniquely poised to serve every contact lens wearer by addressing the full life cycle of their needs.

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CooperVision® MyDay® lenses feature everything you need for an exceptional overall daily disposable experience: all-day comfort, easy lens insertion and removal, and a highly breathable lens that helps provides a healthier lens-wearing experience.

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CooperVision Misight

Eye Care Professionals Can Begin Fitting the World’s First One-Day Soft Contact Lens Shown to Substantially Slow the Progression of Myopia in Children. Millions of children across Canada are poised to benefit from a breakthrough therapy that addresses the fast-growing issue of myopia (nearsightedness), which is projected to negatively affect more than 50 percent of the world’s population by 2050. CooperVision MiSight® 1 day contact lenses are now available for fitting by Eye Care Professionals. An American brand, it is the world’s first one-day soft contact lens clinically proven to substantially slow the progression of myopia in children.

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CooperVision Proclear

Proclear by CooperVision are a line of daily-disposable contact lenses with options available for nearly every corrective lens prescription need, including options for astigmatism. Designed in USA, they feature Phosphorylcholine, a material that attracts water and encourages healthy eye hydration.

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Johnson & Johnson

As a primary resource to optometrists and eye care professionals, Johnson & Johnson aims to make the world a better place by providing health solutions for everyone. Explore well-known, trusted products with a brand responsible for improving daily lives.

What Are Contact Lenses?

Contact lenses are little plastic medical devices that sit on the eyes and float on the tear film. Along with correcting common refractive errors, they also provide several benefits over traditional glasses:

  • Contact lenses move with the eye and offer more natural vision correction.
  • Contact lenses don’t fog up like glasses do.
  • Well-fitting contact lenses stay in place on the eyes and improve peripheral (side) vision during sports and activities.
  • Contact lens wearers can wear non-prescription sunglasses and can get extra UV protection.
  • Some specialty contact lenses slow myopia progression in children.

The Exam

A contact lens exam is very similar to a regular eye exam, but includes a few extra tests. These tests are intended to determine your vision prescription and assess your overall eye health for long-term contact lens wear.

Some eye conditions can make contact lenses uncomfortable. But, specialty contact lenses can actually help alleviate some eye problems.

Contact lenses may not be ideal for those who:

  • Have chronic eye infections
  • Suffer from eye allergies and allergic reactions
  • Have problems with dry eyes
  • Work or live in dusty, dirty, smoky environments
  • Have a specific vision problem

There’s no one-size-fits-all contact lens. So we’ll also perform a thorough contact lens fitting to find you the best size and shape for your unique eyes.

We take measurements of your pupils and irises and use corneal topography to create a detailed map of the surface of your eyes.

The fitting also includes a discussion of your lifestyle, habits, and preferences. With this information and your measurements, we can recommend a style and brand of contact lens we believe will be just right for you.

Contact Lens Use & Care

Although every lens is different, they all require regular, thorough cleaning and proper storage. We’ll teach you how to care for your lenses properly and show you how to insert, remove, and store them. 

Proper care and maintenance of your new lenses will extend their life and help prevent eye infections and other complications.

Finding Your Contact Lenses

It can take a bit of trial and error to find the right contact lens. We’re happy to make any adjustments if the lenses we suggested aren’t working. Our primary goals are to ensure you’re happy with your contacts and that your eyes remain healthy and comfortable. 

Give us a call any time to book a contact lens exam or ask any questions.

Our Locations

Richmond Hill

Come by our beautiful Richmond Hill location on Tower Hill Road just down from William Neal Community Park. We’re right between Tower Hill-Bathurst Animal Hospital and Aviva Nails, and there’s lots of parking available.

  • 9-372 Tower Hill Road
  • Richmond Hill, ON L4E 0T8


Find our Bolton location downtown in a unique century house on the corner of King Street West and Ann Street, right across from the Lavender Rose Day Spa and down from Tim Hortons. We have reserved parking for our patients at the rear of our building.

  • 30 Martha Street, Unit 203
  • Bolton, ON L7E 5V1

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