Top Quality Contact Lenses
We know that no two sets of eyes are made equal, and neither are contact lenses. That’s why we prescribe only the best quality contact lenses and take the time to help choose and fit the right pair for you.
Your highly experienced optometrist will talk you through the different options and ensure you are choosing the best option based on your needs. We’ll also explain all the ins and outs of using contact lenses to make sure you are taking the best care of your contact lenses and keeping your eyes at optimal health.
We can fit many types of contact lenses and have experience in specialty designs such as hard contact lenses for eye conditions such as Keratoconus or after having a corneal Graft.
We also fit soft contact lenses or Orthokeratology lenses to slow myopia progression in children and young adults . Additionally, we can advise on your eligibility for referral for procedures such as laser refractive surgery or intra-ocular lens exchange.
Orthokeratology for Myopia Management
Our optometrists are also experienced in a contact lens called Orthokeratology. Orthokeratology, or OrthoK, is a type of hard contact lens which is worn overnight and temporarily reshapes the front layer of the eye, the cornea, to correct vision.
It can be used to free oneself from needing spectacles or contact lenses during the day however it can also be used to slow down the progression of myopia in children.
Ortho-K is to be used every day and does have an extensive initial fitting process which may take weeks to months. Due to the specialty fitting needs of this lens there are fees which are not eligible for a Medicare rebate.
If you are interested in this type of contact lens or would like to find out more about options available to slow myopia in children please book an appointment with our optometrists Laura or Amelia. For more information on this visit the website My Kids Vision.
Our Range of Contact Lenses
We stock a broad range of contact lenses ensuring that whatever you need, we’ll have it. Our contact lenses include daily, weekly and fortnightly disposable contact lenses, as well as hard contact lenses and specialty contact lenses.
Medicare may cover contact lens appointments. However, a fee may apply if you are not eligible. Contact lenses are also eligible to be claimed on private health insurance, depending on your level of cover. We can claim this in store for you through HICAPS upon collection of your contact lenses.