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Dr. Thomas Cullinane

0.0

Contacts Lenses

7718 Forsyth Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63105

+1 314-579-0909

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America's Best Contacts & Eyeglasses

3.2
10 reviews

Contacts Lenses

7345 S Lindbergh Blvd B, St. Louis, MO 63125

+1 314-649-1100

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Target Optical

4.7
10 reviews

Contacts Lenses

4255 Hampton Ave, St. Louis, MO 63109

+1 314-802-9634

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Eye Care Associates-St Louis: La Point Todd OD

5.0

Contacts Lenses

15 The Blvd Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO 63117

+1 314-863-4200

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Dr. Christopher Schrick

4.7
10 reviews

Contacts Lenses

4255 Hampton Ave, St. Louis, MO 63109

+1 314-352-1448

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Dr. Emily Pike

0.0

Contacts Lenses

730 S Kirkwood Rd, St. Louis, MO 63122

+1 314-315-4592

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Kerry A. Young, OD

0.0

Contacts Lenses

3535 S Jefferson Ave, St. Louis, MO 63118

+1 314-771-3000

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Dr. Todd Lapoint

0.0

Contacts Lenses

9806 Watson Rd, St. Louis, MO 63126

+1 314-842-3130

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Fontana Eyecare Associates

4.6
10 reviews

Contacts Lenses

6451 Chippewa St, St. Louis, MO 63109

+1 314-353-6171

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America's Best Contacts & Eyeglasses

4.1
10 reviews

Contacts Lenses

221 Watson Plaza, St. Louis, MO 63126

+1 314-821-2929

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Morio Miyamoto, OD

5.0
4 reviews

Contacts Lenses

720 Olive St, St. Louis, MO 63101

+1 314-231-0581

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Dr. Mary Blatt

0.0

Contacts Lenses

6680 Chippewa St Ste 220, St. Louis, MO 63109

+1 314-351-0101

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Rosen Optometry

5.0
10 reviews

Contacts Lenses

17 Ronnie's Plaza, St. Louis, MO 63126

+1 314-843-2020

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Cody G. Tubbs, OD

5.0

Contacts Lenses

6415 Chippewa St, St. Louis, MO 63109

+1 314-457-1880

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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


Kellie Mccoy  |  Rating: 5  |  Robert E. Smith, OD

Dr Smith is a gem! It was easy to make an appointment and I was extremely satisfied with my exam. Competent, honest, and a genuinely nice person. Very happy I chose to support this local business.


Larra Kelly  |  Rating: 5  |  Warby Parker Central West End

My experience at Warby Parker was fantastic from start to finish. The store was a little crowded, but I was still able to be helped within 30 minutes, including the time I sent browsing and trying on frames. Dealing with my insurance was super easy and the optician did a great job because when my glasses (Percey in Sugar Maple) came in, they’re a great fit! I’ll definitely come back to Warby Parker the next time I want to buy glasses.


Allison Atlas  |  Rating: 5  |  Morio Miyamoto, OD

I have been coming to Dr. Miyamoto since I was in the 4th grade. He has always been genuine and sweet. Also he is fast and very accurate in what he does. I believe the fastest my eye appointments has been was max 15 minutes. I recommend Dr. Miyamoto to anyone!