Eyeglasses & Contacts

Eyeglasses

At VisionSense Eyecare, we carry a large selection of eyewear that will fit any budget. Our friendly and caring staff will work one-on-one with you to help you find the perfect pair of glasses to fit your needs.

Each pair of eyewear is chosen based on individual preferences and needs. We offer corrective prescription lenses and a variety of additional benefits such as thinner and lighter, anti-glare, scratch resistant, and Transitions lenses. We also offer a wide variety of prescription and non-prescription sunglasses, and sports glasses. We offer a great selection of CSA and ANSI/SEA approved safety glasses for protection at work or home.

Contacts

We also offer premier contact lenses at competitive prices for patients of all ages. Our contact lens selection includes lenses to correct Hyperopia (far-sightedness), Myopia (near-sightedness), and Astigmatism. We also offer Multifocal contact lenses for those patients who require a Bifocal for near. We provide fitting for contact lenses in both soft and hard lenses (RGP), daily disposable, or extended wear, as well as specialty contact lenses for conditions such as Keratoconus and Red-Green color blindness. Cosmetic contact lenses to change the colors of your eyes are available in some prescriptions if you are looking for something a little different.

If you're a first time contact lens wearer, we will provide one-on-one instruction on how to properly use and maintain these medical devices. If you are interested in trying contact lenses for the first time, Dr. Tokaruk will need to see you for a complete ocular examination, after which she will help you decide whether contacts are a good option for you.

If you choose to take your prescription elsewhere, it is the responsibility of that optical dispensary to ensure your contact lenses are fit properly and provide you with the best vision possible. Contact lenses, although generally considered very safe, can lead to significant vision and eye health problems if not fit properly and often these problems can be symptom-free in the early stages. It is important to have your contact lens fit and vision evaluated by an Optometrist yearly, regardless of where you have purchased them. It is also very important to follow the proper wear and replacement schedule for the brand of contact lenses you have been fit in.

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