Contact Lenses

Need a break from glasses or want a new look? Clear or coloured contact contact lenses are great for regular use, occasions, travel or sport. Whether you are trying contact lenses for the first time  or you are a seasoned wearer our process is simple.

Contact Lenses

Need a break from glasses or want a new look? Clear or coloured contact contact lenses are great for regular use, occasions, travel or sport. Whether you are trying contact lenses for the first time  or you are a seasoned wearer our process is simple.

Contact Lenses

Need a break from glasses or want a new look? Clear or coloured contact contact lenses are great for regular use, occasions, travel or sport. Whether you are trying contact lenses for the first time  or you are a seasoned wearer our process is simple.

1. Assessment

Our experienced optometrist will first discuss your lifestyle and vision needs and take the relevant eye measurements to prescribe the perfect contact lenses for you.

2.Trial

We will teach you how to handle, clean and
care for your lenses and give you trial lenses to take home for a few weeks to ensure you are completely happy with your new lenses.

3. Aftercare

After your trial, your optometrist will chat with you about your experience in the new lenses, make any final adjustments and answer any questions you may
have.

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FAQs

How much does a contact lens assessment cost?

To prescribe contact lenses further examinations are required and these are not generally covered under
Medicare. A contact lens assessment will cost $95 for first time wearers and $49 for experienced wearers.
This includes the initial assessment, take home trial lenses and unlimited aftercare appointments for 1 year.

What is involved in a contact lens assessment?

During a contact lens assessment your optometrist will begin by discussing your lifestyle and visual needs. This
is followed by assessment of vision, prescription, corneal curvature, tear film stability and more to determine
the best lenses for you. The final part will be a discussion and demonstration around contact lens hygiene and
handling before taking home your new trial lenses. Please allow 30mins for a full assessment.

Are my prescriptions for glasses and contact lenses the same?

Contact lenses are not only available for those with myopia and hyperopia but also people with astigmatism,
there’s even options for people with presbyopia in newer technology multifocal contact lenses. Although you
may be familiar with your glasses prescription your contact lens prescription can often be different.

Are contact lenses safe to wear?

Contact lenses are very safe to wear when prescribed by a qualified optometrist, especially these days with the
latest lens materials in the market many patients wear contact lenses regularly without a problem. Your eyes
are delicate and sensitive, if you experience red eyes, sore eyes or blurry vision it’s important to discontinue
lens wear until you have an examination with your optometrist.