A Clear Alternative to Glasses
If you have an active lifestyle, or just don’t enjoy wearing glasses, you may consider contact lenses as an alternative to glasses. You should consult with an optometrist during a contact lens exam to determine if contact lenses are right for you. Once you have a prescription for contact lenses, one of our licensed opticians can help you fill it and order your contacts.
Types of Contacts
There are three types of contact lenses: soft, hard and hybrid.
Soft Contact Lenses – these are very thin and moist lenses made of a gel-like material that is very comfortable and easy to wear.
Hard Contact Lenses – also known as rigid gas permeable contact lenses, these are made of a durable plastic that provide sharper vision but are less comfortable to wear.
Hybrid Contact Lenses –these are a mix between the two soft and hard contact lenses to provide the best of both worlds but are often a bit more expensive.
Lenses Provided By
Contact Lens Replacement Lifecycle
There are three types of contact lenses offered based on their replacement lifecycle, which defines when you should clean and/or replace your contact lenses.
Daily Disposable Contact Lenses – these contact lenses are designed to be worn for a single day, inserted in the morning, and disposed of at night.
Monthly Disposable Contact Lenses – these contact lenses are designed to be worn daily for up to one month, stored in fresh contact solution at night and cleaned regularly.
Annually Disposable Contact Lenses – these contact lenses are very durable and designed to be worn for a much longer period (up to one year), stored in fresh contact solution at night and cleaned regularly.
Conditions for Contact Lenses
Amblyopia (Lazy Eye)
Do you have a prescription? No Appointment Necessary!
If you have an existing prescription for eyeglasses or contact lenses, stop in anytime during business hours at any one of our locations. You do not need an appointment to speak with a licensed optician to fill your prescription.
Find Contact Lenses Near You
We offer contact lenses across the entire West Central Florida area, from St. Petersburg to Inverness and everything in between.
Accepted Insurance Plans
As a group, we accept over 50 routine vision insurances plans to help cover you optical purchase, including popular plans like Premier Eyecare, Eyemed, DavisVision, Superior Vision and Argus. We also offer affordable self-pay options.