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Eye Clinic of Wichita: Lehr Rebecca L OD

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Contacts Lenses

655 N Woodlawn Blvd, Wichita, KS 67208

+1 316-684-5158

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Scott Whitney L OD

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Contacts Lenses

4600 W Kellogg Dr # L1, Wichita, KS 67209

+1 316-946-0105

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Jennifer A. Simmonds, OD

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Contacts Lenses

655 N Woodlawn Blvd, Wichita, KS 67208

+1 316-684-5158

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Eye Associates Of Wichita

3.5
2 reviews

Contacts Lenses

4600 W Kellogg Dr Ste 216, Wichita, KS 67209

+1 316-943-0433

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Grene Vision Group: Blackman Douglas K OD

4.0

Contacts Lenses

1277 N Maize Rd, Wichita, KS 67212

+1 316-722-8883

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Icke Russell W OD

5.0

Contacts Lenses

7050 E Lincoln St, Wichita, KS 67207

+1 316-683-9671

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Sullivan & Associates

3.0
2 reviews

Contacts Lenses

8118 E Douglas Ave STE 107, Wichita, KS 67206

+1 316-683-8204

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Jennifer E. Taylor, OD

4.8
6 reviews

Contacts Lenses

1277 N Maize Rd, Wichita, KS 67212

+1 316-722-8883

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Steven A. Kuhl, OD

5.0
9 reviews

Contacts Lenses

655 N Woodlawn Blvd, Wichita, KS 67208

+1 316-684-5158

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Eye Clinic of Wichita: Ollenburger Jayrl D OD

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Contacts Lenses

655 N Woodlawn Blvd, Wichita, KS 67208

+1 316-684-5158

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Lori L. Barton, OD

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Contacts Lenses

1812 S Seneca St Suite 402, Wichita, KS 67213

+1 316-313-2033

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Jedediah Reece

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Contacts Lenses

7570 W 21st St Building 1002, Wichita, KS 67205

+1 316-682-7800

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Envision Everyday

5.0

Contacts Lenses

610 N Main St, Wichita, KS 67203

+1 316-440-1680

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Dr. Amanda Longoria

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Contacts Lenses

1223 N Rock Rd BLDG C, Wichita, KS 67206

+1 316-201-4600

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Contact lenses are small lenses that are in "contact" with your eyes. They are designed to correct refractive errors and keep your eyes healthy. The lenses are in the tear film on the cornea. Modern contact lenses are small lenses worn over the cornea of the eye. Modern contact lenses whether soft or hard. Most people wear soft contact lenses, but it wasn't that long ago that lenses were made of glass. Colored contact lenses can make your eyes more intense or completely change the color of your eyes, and costume contact lenses can help create special effects seen on the big screen.

What is the difference between glasses and contact lenses?

Unlike glasses, contact lenses do not limit the field of vision. With glasses, the field of vision is limited, causing people to have to turn their head to see something from the side.

Can I sleep in contact lenses?

Modern soft contact lenses allow enough oxygen to the eye, but when you sleep, your eyes are closed and, therefore, the access of oxygen to them is reduced.

What are the harms of contact lenses?

Prolonged contact lens wear causes the cornea to thin (keratocytes lose their ability to synthesize new tissue). This can happen even with proper lens wear 3-5 years after use. In the case of reaction to hypoxia (lack of oxygen), the main complication is the formation of new blood vessels.

Top Reviews


Heather Smith  |  Rating: 5  |  Kristina L. Post, OD

Dr Post is amazing! She has wonderful "bed side" manner. She is professional, yet warm and kind. You feel seen and heard and you are not rushed through your appointment. Dr Post is a rare gem among health care providers! My only hesitancy in writting this review is that I don't want to "share"! (;


Janelle Leader  |  Rating: 5  |  Hector G. Rios, OD

I have been a patient for 14 years and now my kids go as well. They are always polite very helpful. My son got sick 10 months ago and now goes through frames like its nothing. But they are quick to help me fix the problem. I just hope they around for years to come. Couldn't ask for a better company


Shirley Knoll  |  Rating: 5  |  Lentz Eye Care

Just received my new glasses and am getting so many compliments! Phillip Marek was my optician and he very patiently helped me choose lovely frames and fit the glasses perfectly for comfort. Dr. Lentz has been my optometrist for at least 20+ years and I just have so much trust and respect for him! Just love your new building. Congratulations! Wonderful front desk people also--Teresa is very special :). Thanks for everything! Gratefully, Shirley