Quality Contact Lenses

Getting the right contact lenses is easy, but it does take a few steps. At Main Street Vision Care in Longmont Colorado, the process begins with an eye exam to determine the type of lens that best fits the shape of your eye.  A thorough exam from one of our experienced Doctors will ensure the prescription for your contact lenses are up-to-date and help rule out any conditions that could affect wearing lenses. Typically, you’ll be able to try on contact lenses on this first appointment and take a few samples home before you make a final decision on which type of lenses are best for you.  You’ll also learn about the proper way to care for your lenses and the consequences for not following proper care.

We offer a wide variety of contact lenses that can suit almost any need. We have bifocal/multifocal, disposable soft lenses, toric and colored lenses.

Hard to Fit Contact Lenses

We specialize in hard to fit contact lenses so if you suffer from any of these conditions we can help:

  • Keratoconus – This disease gradually changes around the cornea to a cone-shaped one.
  • Astigmatism – A refractive error involving multiple eye focal points, it fails to provide a single light focus that causes blurriness.
  • Dry eyes – If you cannot produce tears, it can cause redness, itching or burning. You also might have watery eyes. However, this moisture-producing reaction that does not keep your eyes wet does not contain tear elements that can make wearing contact lenses comfortable.
  • Giant papillary conjunctivitis (GPC) – A pathogen such as bacteria or a virus can cause this eye mucous membrane inflammation to occur. Allergies also can bring on this condition that makes contacts hard to fit.
  • Post-refractive surgery (such as LASIK) – Any surgical procedure has its risks of varying commonalities and severities including undesirable vision changes in some cases. Minor complications include dry eyes for at least a few days. Undercorrections and overcorrections could occur that might need fixing later.
  • Presbyopia – This normal near focusing loss oftentimes occurs naturally after a person turns 40 even in people who had perfect eyesight as a young adult. It comes from staring at the small print on a computer, smartphone, tablet or computer screen too long.

Our Best Selling Contact Lenses

    • Vistakon
    • Johnson and Johnson
    • One Day
    • Bausch and Lomb
    • Ultra
    • Cooper Vision
    • Toric Contact Lenses
    • Astigmatic lenses
    • Specialty Contacts
    • Bandage Contacts
    • Scleral Lenses
    • Rigid Gas Permeable (RGP) Contacts
    • Monthly Lenses
    • Daily Lenses
    • Alcon
    • Daily Total One Lenses
    • Alcon Colors
    • Colored Contact Lenses