Best Contacts Lenses near me in Charlotte, NC

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

Rating updated: September 27, 2023


10 reviews

Contacts Lenses

7148 Lawyers Rd, Charlotte, NC 28227

+1 704-536-1119

F Y Eye Care Associates

10 reviews

Contacts Lenses

10210 Prosperity Park Dr Suite 200, Charlotte, NC 28269

+1 704-875-8787

Contacts Lenses

6801 Northlake Mall Dr Suite 253, Charlotte, NC 28216

+1 704-509-4490

Contacts Lenses

135 S Sharon Amity Rd Ste 100, Charlotte, NC 28211

+1 704-341-3220

Contacts Lenses

1960 Randolph Rd, Charlotte, NC 28207

+1 704-372-5332

Eastway Eye Care

9 reviews

Contacts Lenses

3211-13 Eastway Dr, Charlotte, NC 28205

+1 704-568-6760

Sally's Optical Secrets

10 reviews

Contacts Lenses

1419 East Blvd G, Charlotte, NC 28203

+1 704-342-0123

Contacts Lenses

8204 Ikea Blvd, Charlotte, NC 28262

+1 704-510-0816

Target Optical

10 reviews

Contacts Lenses

9841 N Lake Centre Pkwy, Charlotte, NC 28216

+1 704-598-2468

Northlake Optical

10 reviews

Contacts Lenses

6801 Northlake Mall Dr, Charlotte, NC 28216

+1 704-598-4300

Contacts Lenses

8816 University E Dr UNIT C, Charlotte, NC 28213

+1 704-547-8730

Walmart Vision & Glasses

10 reviews

Contacts Lenses

7735 N Tryon St, Charlotte, NC 28262

+1 704-547-0250

Accuvision Eye Care

3 reviews

Contacts Lenses

9841 Northlake Centre Pkwy, Charlotte, NC 28216

+1 704-597-4296

Tammy E. Hawks, OD

9 reviews

Contacts Lenses

2600 E 7th St #104, Charlotte, NC 28204

+1 704-523-1420

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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

Anna Hawks  |  Rating: 5  |  Kelly Virnig, OD

I really enjoyed this office. I am a first time contact wearer and I came in at least 6 different times to try out new prescriptions and brands. They gladly fit me in and gave me something new to try each time. I finally found my brand and prescription that works!

Nate D  |  Rating: 3  |  Queen City Eye Center

Dr. Dudley does a great job of making sure you get the right prescription for your eyes. I know coming in that he's going to really test my vision to get the best results. His staff is always kind and professional and they truly work to get the best deal for your situation. I just learned that they can even mail contacts directly to your house. I will say that Dr. Dudley has a particular sense of humor that could rub people the wrong way. I find it funny but if you're the sensitive type then you may get triggered. Dr. Dudley also doesn't pay attention to his own forms sometimes when it comes to dilation.

Jardine Hodge  |  Rating: 2  |  Pearle Vision

This was my second time at Pearle at Blakeney. I completed account information last year with the previous receptionist for myself and two children. She was incredibly pleasant and helpful and definitely the reason I returned. We had been in contact a few times so I had confirmation our information was in their system, even though we ended up not completing their appointment last year. This year I made appointments for myself, two children and husband which took a total of three calls to complete. I don’t know why, but the gentleman kept telling me he would have to call me back to get more information. Nonetheless, he was at least polite. I assumed maybe he was the only employee there at the time. We arrived 10 minutes early to our appointments, which were back to back, Although there is no longer an indoor mask mandate in the state or in the county the receptionist insisted we wear masks. It was off putting to be greeted in a such a way, but fine. We complied. Then I was given 4 clipboards to complete paperwork on all four of us. This seemed redundant except for my husband, but I complied. As I began completing the paperwork, my husband took care of the boys. I got 3 lines completed and, who I assume was, the optometrist came out early and, I guess, was ready to get started. First, instead of introducing herself or saying hello, she started by telling us the paperwork would be more efficient if my husband completed half while I completed the other half. What an odd way to meet your customer, I thought to myself. I was dumbfounded a bit and just looked up at her. My husband hadn’t heard her and still had his back to her. She proceeded to say, Excuse me, sir. Would you like to fill out your own paperwork so this can go a little faster? Not appreciating being spoken to as a child while attending to the children and still nearly 10 minutes before the appointment, my husband answered, No he would not like to. She responded, Wow! You’re not going to complete your own paperwork? She then addressed my two young boys by telling them they need to pull their masks up. Not understanding why we would start in such a confrontational manner, it became clear this was not going to go any better. I handed back the clip boards, thanked them for their time and told them we would not be proceeding. They both seemed shocked. One of them asked, Are you serious?! You’re really not going to do your appointments because you don’t want to fill out paperwork? ??? If that is what they took away from that exchange, then sure. It was the paperwork. Personally, I couldn’t believe they were not willing to be more helpful or proactive to have a better interaction with a returning customer who brought 3 extra customers with her. Or in this economy, a family who does not have vision coverage was about to give them a potential sale of $400-$2,000 fr which would be paid in full today and could be be 4 returning customers next year. We were very loyal to Sears Optical until they closed and then to Sam’s Optical until the optometrist retired. Needless to say we will not be back! Sam’s Optical was to none too happy to have my husband and I return and bring our children as well. We look forward to getting to know their new optometrist.