Contact Lenses

At QOC, we ensure that your contact lenses are the healthiest fit for your eye health and vision needs. We fit a wide range of contact lenses and pair them with the proper solution to keep you seeing your best!

Yearly contact lens evaluations are required to ensure your contacts are providing the ideal vision, comfort and health. Contact lens related complications can be subtle and a careful exam is necessary to determine whether your lenses are still suitable.

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When you purchase your contact lenses from QOC, we take pride in offering you the following:

  • Exchange of unopened boxes or unexpired disposable contact lenses (useful if your prescription changes or if you need to change to a different brand)
  • Replacement of damaged or ripped lenses
  • Direct shipping options
  • Satisfaction Commitment – we will continue to work with you to find the contact lenses that best suit your lifestyle and visual needs
  • Order your contact lenses conveniently from our website at
  • Annual contact lens assessments are recommended with your yearly eye exam to ensure that your eye health and lens fit are optimized. A nominal fee applies.

Contact Lens related complications can include:

  • Red eye (eye inflammation, infection or ulceration)
  • Discomfort
  • Dry eye
  • Blurry and/or fluctuating vision
  • Solution-related

For new contact lens fits, your optometrist will select the best contacts and solution on an individual basis. This will be based on prescription, desired frequency of wear, hobbies, etc.

If you would like to re-order contact lenses, please feel free to call the office or fill out our online order form.

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For your convenience, our office stocks Acuvue Oasys and Acuvue 1-Day Moist contact lenses.

Types of contact lenses include:

Soft Contact Lenses
Exciting advancements in contacts are always developing, and now more people than ever can be fit with soft contact lenses. They are available in spherical, astigmatic and bifocal lenses, with frequency of a replacement daily, bi-weekly, or monthly. Your optometrist will determine which contacts are the best fit for you.

Rigid Gas Permeable (RGP)Contact Lenses
RGP’s are most frequently used for high prescriptions, especially high amounts of astigmatism. Less frequently used, these contacts are more specific to the individual and are replaced on an annual basis.

Specialty Contact Lens Fits
Patients with keratoconus and irregular corneas require specialty contact lenses to provide the best vision. They are a more complicated fit, and require a skilled optometrist.