Thanks to innovative design and materials, contact lenses are more comfortable and affordable than ever.
In each branch of Lunettes Opticians we offer a professional contact lens service, from initial assessment through to regular aftercare checks. Consider joining our Lunettes Eyecare Plan, it offers excellent value and convenience.
Our wide range of contact lenses offer our patients comfort, along with the best eye health available by using materials with high oxygen transmissibility (silicone hydrogel materials with added wetting agents). They are also available in a variety of forms, including toric lenses for astigmatism, multifocal and extended wear options.
Our contact lens care service is professional and thorough, right from the initial assessment to regular aftercare appointments.
New wearers to contact lenses can expect a full and comprehensive consultation to check their suitability and to determine which lenses are best for them. Different types of lenses can be trialled if necessary, until the patient is completely happy with the outcome. We offer a full aftercare service including teaching insertion & removal of lenses, and the best way to care for them, followed by regular aftercare visits.
All appointments are carried out by fully qualified Optometrists (Ophthalmic Opticians) who undertake constant training to learn about the most recent techniques and contact lens materials
Lunettes Opticians are members of the Alcon Academy for Eyecare Excellence Partnership and an accredited Johnson & Johnson Acuvue Centre of Excellence, both leading manufacturers of innovative contact lenses worldwide.
If you would like to enjoy the freedom of contact lenses, please contact us for a consultation.
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