Contact Lenses

Contact Lenses

If you’re new to wearing contact lenses or are looking to learn more, watch our videos on how to put in and take out contacts and daily vs monthly contacts! On the other hand, if you’re an established contact lenses wearer, read our posts on sleeping in contacts and the best contacts currently available. If you’re over the age of 40, check out our posts on monovision and multifocal contacts. Lastly, start here if you have astigmatism. To shop all of our favorite contact lens products, visit our Amazon store!

MyDay Contacts
Are your eyes dry, tired, or irritated after a long day of contact lens wear? Are you looking for a premium daily lens option that has great UV protection and uncompromised comfort? If so, you should consider trying CooperVision's MyDay contact lens!  Note: Some eye doctors carry this lens under the brand names Kirkland Signature or LensCrafters 1-Day...
1-Day Acuvue Moist contact lens
Do your contacts dry out at the end of the day? Are you looking for an affordable daily lens that is so comfortable you don’t even realize you’re wearing it? If so, Johnson and Johnson Vision's 1-Day Acuvue Moist contact lens is an excellent option to consider! RELATED: Learn About the Best Contact Lenses Currently...
Dailies AquaComfort Plus
Do you experience increasing dryness throughout the day while wearing your contacts? Are you looking for a daily lens option that is great for new or established wearers? If so, consider trying Alcon's Dailies AquaComfort Plus contact lens! RELATED: Learn About the Best Contact Lenses Currently Available Blink-activated moisturizing agents
Acuvue Oasys 1-Day contact lens
Do you suffer from dryness, tired eyes, or discomfort when wearing your contacts? Are you looking for the highest level of UV protection available in a daily contact lens? If so, Johnson & Johnson Vision's Acuvue Oasys 1-Day with HydraLuxe contact lens is the perfect solution for you! This daily disposable contact lens incorporates some...
Kids & Contact Lenses - 4 Expert Recommendations
Contact lenses are a great way to for people of all ages to have clear, comfortable vision. Therefore, it’s no surprise that parents with children who want contact lenses have a lot of questions! Here are a few of the most common questions I'm asked about kids and contact lenses. In the video below, Dr. Rachael Wruble discusses what parent's need...
Clariti 1 Day
Are you looking for a comfortable contact lens that helps with whiter, brighter eyes and provides a healthier lens-wearing experience? Do you experience frequent dryness or discomfort while wearing your contacts? Are you looking for an affordable lens option that was uniquely designed to remain moist throughout the entire day? If so, I highly recommend trying CooperVision's Clariti 1...
Biotrue ONEday
Are you looking for a bioinspired contact lens that also has UV protection? Do you spend several hours a day on digital devices and need a lens that keeps up with your lifestyle? If so, consider trying Bausch + Lomb’s Biotrue ONEday contact lens! RELATED: Learn About the Best Contact Lenses Currently Available
Dailies Total1
Do you experience frequent dryness or discomfort while wearing your contacts? Are you looking for a premium daily lens option that was uniquely designed for maximum comfort? If so, I highly recommend trying Alcon's Dailies Total 1 contact lens! RELATED: Learn About the Best Contact Lenses Currently Available https://youtu.be/nkMN0wfJM1g
Multifocal Contact Lenses for Presbyopia - Are They Right for You?
If you have presbyopia and are looking to be fit with contact lenses, your eye doctor may recommend multifocal contacts. These lenses are designed for patients who have presbyopia, which is the gradual loss of your eye’s focusing power over time. In the video below, Dr. Ryan Corte talks about multifocal contact lenses and when they work best. https://youtu.be/6EgSCeFNz_E How do multifocal...
Make sure to clean and fill your contact lens case before taking them out.
If you have presbyopia and are looking to be fit with contact lenses, your eye doctor may recommend a monovision contact lenses fit. Monovision isn’t a specific type of contact lens. Instead, it means that your eye doctor will correct one of your eyes for the distance and the other eye for up close. In the video below, Dr. Ryan Corte...