In addition to our wide section of frames, Nationwide Vision also offers all major brands of contact lenses to meet your specific eye needs at the lowest prices.
At Nationwide Vision, we offer a wide selection of contact lens types and brands to fit your unique needs, including disposable soft contact lenses, bifocal/multifocal lenses, and toric contact lenses if you have astigmatism. Whether you wear disposables or conventional hard lenses, we have the ideal contact lens for your lifestyle, visual needs, and comfort.
With a wide selection of contact lenses to choose from, Nationwide Vision will make sure you walk away with a pair of contact lenses that not only fit your visual needs and your active lifestyle but also make you feel comfortable. Here are just a few contact lens options available to our patients:
Spherical contact lenses have the same lens power throughout the entire optical part of the lens to correct nearsightedness or farsightedness.
Toric contact lenses have different powers in different meridians of the lens to correct astigmatism as well as nearsightedness or farsightedness.
Multifocal contact lenses (including bifocal contacts) contain different power zones for near and far vision to correct presbyopia (as you age and start having trouble seeing small print clearly) as well as nearsightedness or farsightedness. Some multifocal lenses can also correct astigmatism.
Cosmetic contact lenses include color contacts designed to change or intensify your eye color. Halloween, theatrical and other special-effect contacts also are considered cosmetic lenses. A contact lens prescription is required for cosmetic contacts even if you do not have a prescription that needs correction.
All contact lens wearers need a good pair of eyeglasses. That’s why you can buy four boxes of contact lenses and receive free eyeglasses, including single-vision lenses.
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The experts at Nationwide Vision are here to help you determine which type of contact lens is right for you and your lifestyle. If you are experiencing changes in your vision, or you need an updated prescription, it may be time for a comprehensive eye exam. A specialist at Nationwide Vision will assess your eyes and form a treatment plan to suit your needs. Schedule an appointment today.