We stock a full inventory of disposable contact lenses in every modality, including prescriptions for astigmatism and bifocals,
all at competitive pricing or Unilateral Policy Pricing (for certain products, everyone is required to charge the same).
These are our best selling brands:
Bausch and Lomb manufactures a wide variety of vision correction products that have been designed for people with conditions ranging from astigmatism to presbyopia. Bausch and Lomb offers high-quality contact lenses that are ideal for anyone regardless of their vision correction needs. Popular brands of Bausch and Lomb contact lenses include SofLens, Optima, and PureVision.
Many decades of innovation have led to the development and application of technologies that make Bausch and Lomb one of the leading manufacturers of contact lenses. One example of this technology is AerGel, a material that delivers exceptional vision with outstanding comfort. All PureVision contact lenses feature this technology and enable contact lens wearers to experience visual clarity and comfort. Since natural levels of oxygen are able to reach the wearer’s eyes, contact lenses with AerGel stay comfortable all day and well into the night. Additionally, AerGel contact lenses are able to resist protein build-up. Also unique to Bausch and Lomb contacts is ComfortMoist Technology which can be found in SofLens brand contact lenses. ComfortMoist Technology combines a unique lens design and innovative packaging solution to provide a moisturized, natural feel on the eye that lasts throughout the day.
Ever since VISTAKON® transformed vision correction in 1988 with the world's first soft disposable contact lenses, we’ve passionately pursued new technologies and the highest quality standards. And we’re proud that ACUVUE® Brand Contact Lenses are worn by more people globally than any other contact lens brand.
As part of Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Inc., it’s our responsibility to live up to the principles that guide us. It’s fostered an unyielding dedication to search for new materials, new formulations and fresh ways to bring patients clearer vision, more comfort and healthier eyes.
VISTAKON® has become a world leader in vision care through our unwavering commitment to the highest standards of quality.
Our goal of quality and compliance is embedded in every aspect of our operating culture. At the core are tools such as Six Sigma, Predictive Indicator and Design Excellence. Through their use, we’re able to identify factors that affect product quality, effectiveness and patient safety—and then achieve positive outcomes through robust product design and manufacturing.
As a contact lens wearer, you may already be familiar with popular Alcon contact lenses and their eye care products. In 1953, the company created and patented the DROP-TAINER®, an eye drop dispensing bottle which is now the standard for eye care products. In 2000, they introduced OPTI-FREE® EXPRESS®, the world’s first no-rub solution for contact lens disinfection. In addition to these advancements, Alcon has released solutions for pink eye and dry eye symptoms, as well as specialized treatments for glaucoma and cataract patients.
Widely recognized as a leader in contact lens technology and innovation, Alcon manufactures premium eye care products for customers around the world. Peerless in their advancement of eye care products and eye care technology, Alcon is dedicated to restoring sight and eliminating preventable blindness across the globe. Alcon produces some of the most recognizable brands of contact lenses on the market such as Air Optix, Dailies, and Freshlook contact lenses, among others. Whether you wear 1-2 week disposables, daily disposables, multifocals, toric lenses, silicone hydrogels, or color disposables, Alcon is sure to have the quality eye care products you’re looking for. If you’re interested in trying Alcon contact lenses, be sure to talk to an eye care professional about which Alcon contacts are right for you.
Dedicated to achieving more than just vision correction, CooperVision aims to provide consistent quality, comfort, and convenience for contact lens wearers of all lifestyles. Whether you're a frequent contact lens wearer or the occasional contact lens wearer, CooperVision contacts will improve your vision without sacrificing comfort. CooperVision manufactures quality contact lenses for patients with nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, and more—all with your health and comfort in mind. From single-vision aspheric lenses to advanced bifocal and toric lenses, there are CooperVision contact lenses fit for any prescription.
With CooperVision's Proclear family of contact lenses, you can enjoy 12 hours or more of 96% hydration. Proclear contacts are the only contact lens cleared by the FDA for the claim, “may provide improved comfort for contact lens wearers who experience mild discomfort or symptoms relating to dryness during lens wear.” CooperVision's Biofinity family of contact lenses are approved for up to six nights and seven days of extended wear, and the Avaira family are perfect for those who are new to wearing contact lenses or are dissatisfied with their current brand. Biofinity and Avaira contact lenses utilize CooperVision’s Aquaform Technology which provides a naturally moisturizing material that establishes hydrogen bonds with water molecules, effectively reducing the need for wetting agents. This technology also enables Biofinity and Avaira contacts to be softer and more flexible than many silicone hydrogel lenses available on the market.
According to the American Optometric Association (AOA), over 30 million Americans wear contact lenses. If you are considering joining this large group of contact lens wearers or even if you are already a part of this group, you may not realize that there are several types of contact lenses available. Each lens type offers different benefits and the lens that is right for your neighbor, might not be the right contact lens for you.
The types of contact lenses are:
Daily Disposable (Single Use) Lenses
Daily Wear Contacts
Extended Wear Contact Lenses
Gas Permeable Lenses
Hybrid Contact Lenses
Rigid Contact Lenses
To learn more about a type of contact lens or to determine what type of contact lenses would work best for you, contact your optometrist Dr. Mark Chung and schedule a comprehensive eye examination and contact lens fitting.