Best Contacts Lenses near me in Boston, MA

The best Contacts Lenses near me in Boston, MA – map location, contacts, real reviews, rating.

Rating updated: December 10, 2023

Contacts Lenses

175 Cambridge St, Boston, MA 02114

+1 617-523-7006

Vision Care 2000

7 reviews

Contacts Lenses

48 High St, Boston, MA 02110

+1 617-542-2020

Contacts Lenses

59 Clarendon St, Boston, MA 02116

+1 617-542-9616

Contacts Lenses

450 Washington St, Boston, MA 02111

+1 617-988-8136

Contacts Lenses

50 Staniford St #600, Boston, MA 02114

+1 617-367-4800

Contacts Lenses

72 Seaport Blvd, Boston, MA 02210

+1 617-307-7498

Contacts Lenses

1340 Boylston St Fl 6, Boston, MA 02215

+1 617-267-0900

Contacts Lenses

615 Centre St, Boston, MA 02130

+1 617-983-3935

Contacts Lenses

175 Cambridge St Ste 130, Boston, MA 02114

+1 617-523-7006

Contacts Lenses

886 Washington St, Boston, MA 02111

+1 617-423-9079

Contacts Lenses

1255 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02215

+1 617-262-2020

Contacts Lenses

VISION CARE, 80 Arch St #2000, Boston, MA 021101111

+1 617-542-2020

South End Eye

10 reviews

Contacts Lenses

681 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02118

+1 617-391-0088

Contacts Lenses

243 Charles St, Boston, MA 02114

+1 617-523-7900

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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

Joe Tully  |  Rating: 5  |  Eyes Over Copley

I am blown away with how great my experience was at Eyes Over Copley. Every aspect of my experience was exceptional. I was able to book an appointment for an eye exam via email, which was very convenient. I met with Dr. L who was really pleasant, knowledgeable, professional, thorough, and a delight to work with. I will be going back in the future for a number of reasons: - No dilation needed, Dr. L. has a special machine that can take a picture of the back of your eyes. She even pulled up the images and showed them to me, very cool. - Great frames. I found several stylish frames that were in my price range and that I really liked. - Lab onsite! I picked up my brand new prescription glasses less than 24 hours later! You can't beat that! - Local, women-owned business that supports the LGBTQIA community right here in Boston! I couldn't recommend Eyes Over Copley enough, I have already recommended them to my friends and family.

Chengfu Wu  |  Rating: 5  |  NECO Center for Eye Care Commonwealth

Dr. Kellen Riccobono is friendly, patient and beautiful! But the front desk service needs to be improved. Recently, I written an email to the front dest as for a referral, they nicely responded! Again, their medical ability is good, I have another friend seen here. Thus, I think the clinic is nice.

Hillary Mahoney  |  Rating: 5  |  Warby Parker Newbury St.

I walked in on a Saturday evening and it was packed. Not enough that I couldn't make my way around to try on frames though. The number of options was a little overwhelming but that was why I went in person instead of ordering online. The associates left me to my perusal, which was nice because hovering can be stressful. I had narrowed my decision down to two frames but then started second guessing myself. I asked an associate what she would suggest and she helped me pull a few styles. By then it was 2 minutes to their closing time and I was the only customer there. When I realized all this I felt so bad but the associates were so chill and allowed me to finalize my decision while they were tidying up the store for closing. The associate helping me had at least three others take a vote on what style they liked on me and they all agreed on the Downing frame. I continued to place my order even though it was 5-10 minutes past their closing time. This was my first time purchasing glasses so I was was very grateful for and impressed by their patience with me, even when I had questions about the prescription during my final order. I almost gave 4 stars instead of 5, just because the crowd was a little vexing at first but that's not the shop's fault. Just be prepared for some crowding on the weekend, but it's nothing that can't be handled politely. I'll have to wait and see what the final product is like when it arrives but thus far I have had a great experience!