Contact Lenses at Davis Opticians.
The world of contact lens is rapidly changing, with new technology and products appearing weekly.
You can rest assured that Davis Opticians will always be up to date with the latest developments. We use trusted brands from household names such as Johnson & Johnson Acuvue.
If you've been told in the past that you're not suitable for contact lenses or if you have given up even very recently, you really should come and see what's changed. You might be pleasantly surprised!
We pride ourselves in finding the best lenses on the market for your needs - not just when you first have them; as a patient of Davis Opticians, we make sure you continue to benefit from the best developments technology has to offer.
Some people prefer to wear contact lenses full time, others choose to wear them for particular occasions. If you've never tried contact lenses, or have had a bad experience in the past, let Davis Opticians help you experiment with the best options for you so you can benefit from:
- More natural and unobstructed vision than glasses, as the lens is on the eye
- Many people see better with contact lenses than they do with specs!
- Your entire vision is in focus as the contact lens moves with your eye, rather than around a spectacle lens.
- Great for sports and safe too.
- Can be fitted for children aged eight plus
- No weight on your ears and nose.
- Modern contact lenses are amazingly comfy.
- Contact lenses don't fog up or get wet in the rain.
- You can afford a wardrobe of fashionable sunglasses!
- Contact lenses match everything you wear and people can see your natural eyes - unless you cheat and have coloured contacts!
- Can be worn by all age groups as they are so easy to use, once you're taught properly
- Can correct long or short sighted eyes, astigmatism, and we can do varifocals too
- 90% are soft, and in more comfortable designs these days.
There are currently about 3.3 million UK contact lens wearers, but if everyone wore them, there could be 33 million - why not give it a try?