Best Contacts Lenses near me in Richmond, VA

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

Rating updated: October 02, 2023

Contacts Lenses

1803 Stonequarter Rd, Richmond, VA 23238

+1 804-754-4410

Costco Vision Center

2 reviews

Contacts Lenses

1401 Mall Dr, Richmond, VA 23235

+1 804-464-9110

Contacts Lenses

VCU Medical Center Nelson Clinic- Dept of Ophthalmology, 401 North 11th Street, Suite 439, Richmond, VA 23298

+1 804-828-9315

Contacts Lenses

10835 Ridgefield Pkwy, Richmond, VA 232333501

+1 804-741-1204

Contacts Lenses

530 E Main St, Richmond, VA 23219

+1 804-643-0546

Contacts Lenses

2400 Sheila Ln, Richmond, VA 23225

+1 804-433-1950

Walmart Vision & Glasses

2 reviews

Contacts Lenses

6920 Forest Ave, Richmond, VA 23230

+1 804-774-2240

Contacts Lenses

7135 Staples Mill Rd, Richmond, VA 23228

+1 804-262-8050

Contacts Lenses

904 N 1st St, Richmond, VA 23219

+1 804-585-6091

Nilsen Eye Care

10 reviews

Contacts Lenses

601 N Courthouse Rd, Richmond, VA 23236

+1 804-858-2020

Dr. Alan Toler

5 reviews

Contacts Lenses

1407 Westover Hills Blvd, Richmond, VA 23225

+1 804-231-9151

Contacts Lenses

7229 Forest Ave, Richmond, VA 23226

+1 804-730-5593

Contacts Lenses

8107 Midlothian Turnpike, Richmond, VA 23235

+1 804-330-2588

Contacts Lenses

VCU Medical Center Dept of Ophthalmology, 8700 Stony Point Parkway, Suite 220, Richmond, VA 23235

+1 804-323-0830

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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

Cary Washburn  |  Rating: 5  |  Ridgefield Vision Center

This was my first visit. The entire staff was extremely friendly and personable, including Dr. Droter. They made sure I understood every step of the exam and the results. They also have a great selection of frames in house. I would strongly recommend this practice!

Linnea Taylor  |  Rating: 5  |  Dr. Gary K. Weingart & Associates

I have seen all the doctors here. The doctors are very different, but all extremely likable. The girls at the front desk are also very nice and personable. The Doctors take their time to check you out, but you won't be there for more than 30 minutes or so, total! HIGHLY RECOMMEND!

Lauren Furr  |  Rating: 5  |  Ridgefield Vision Center

Ridgefield Vision Center was by far the best vision center I have ever been to. They took the time to answer all of my questions without making me feel like a burden and the staff was kind and pleasant to deal with. Everyone was amazing from the time I walked in to the time I left. Thank you so much for having amazing patient care. Highly recommend.