CONTACT LENSES AT JACKSON OPTICIANS
Enjoy freedom and flexibility with our range of quality contact lenses. Our team are experts at fitting contact lenses for every unique case and we stock plenty of options for all kinds of use. Whether you’re switching from glasses or want to use contacts for going out, we’ll find exactly the right lens type to meet all of your requirements.
CONTACT LENSES ASSESSMENTS
Our optometrists are experts at fitting lenses to suit different eye types and individual needs. To do this, they need to gather information about your eyes and lifestyle. A contact lens assessment involves a series of tests and questions to do just that. This includes a vision test, a prescription calculation, eye health checks and some questions about how you want to use your contacts. At the end of the assessment, you’ll be able to try on some lenses to get a sense of how it will feel.
THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF CONTACT LENSES
The different lens types are designed to suit different people’s eyes and day-to-day lives. There are options that you wear every day and others for occasional use. Certain types of lenses use different materials and designs to work with different eye types and conditions. For example, toric lenses are designed to work effectively and safely for people with astigmatism. Your optometrist will explain the different types of lenses to you and help you make the right choice.
AFTERCARE & ADVICE
Aftercare is an important part of looking after your eyes while using contact lenses. We help our patients to get used to their lenses with advice and support as well as testing your eyesight and eye health to make sure the contacts are still the right choice for you. We offer a direct debit scheme so you can enjoy a comprehensive aftercare package to ensure that you get the most out of your contact lenses.
MYOPIA CONTROL CONTACT LENSES
Myopia is another term for short-sightedness. People who suffer from myopia struggle to see distant objects clearly. The condition is incredibly prevalent today with more and more children being diagnosed with it. There are several ways of managing myopia and one of the best is a specialised kind of contact lens. We offer myopia control lenses that are clinically proven to control the progression of myopia so you can enjoy better eyesight for longer.