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ontact lenses can be worn as an alternative to glasses, whether you are short-sighted, long-sighted or have astigmatism. If you are over a certain age and need bifocals or just reading glasses, you may also be fitted with contact lenses.

The Contact Lens Clinic will only fit you with contact lenses if they are a suitable correction option. Information and advice on the use and types of contact lenses will be provided as part of the initial assessment.

The Contact Lens at SmartVision has access to a wide range of contact lenses:

  • Soft contact lenses
  • Rigid contact lenses
  • Astigmatic contact lenses
  • Bifocal contact lenses
  • Disposable contact lenses
  • Cosmetic contact lenses
  • Extended wear contact lenses

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Contact Lens Services

Experienced Staff in the fitting of patients with keratoconus or post corneal surgery.  The most appropriate contact lens type will be discussed by your optometrist.


All patients are eligible to attend the Clinic and can be fitted with contact lenses if they are an appropriate form of  correction.  All patients must have a general eye examination at which time your suitability for  contact  lenses will be evaluated.  In addition, patients may be referred in for specialist contact lens services by private optometrists.

No referral is required unless under the care of another eye care practitioner.



Millions of people choose to wear contact lenses. However, they are not for everyone.

You might not be able to wear them for the following reasons:

  • You get a lot of eye infections.
  • You have severe allergies or dry eyes that are hard to treat.
  • You work or live where it is very dusty.
  • You are not able to properly care for your contact lenses.

Your cornea and tear film must be healthy for you to be comfortable and see clearly with contact lenses.

To safely wear contact lenses, you must be committed to caring for them properly and replacing them when needed. Talk with your ophthalmologist or other eye care professional to discuss your vision needs and expectations.