Contact Lenses

Have you ever been told that you can not wear contact lenses because you have astigmatism, need bifocal, or your eyes are just too dry to wear contact lenses? If you have, please give us a call. Dr. Le specializes in hard-to-fit contact lenses, from bifocal contact lenses to Rigid Gas Permeable or Hard Contact Lenses. We have many trial lenses available for you on your first visit to the office:


Bifocal Soft Lenses

Tired of those over the counter readers? Dr. Le 's expertise is bifocal contact lenses fitting.


Daily Disposable Lenses

Less cleaning, more convenience.


Color Contact Lenses

Many different colors for you to try.


Contact Lenses for Dry Eyes

Newly developed hydrogel silicone contact lenses.


Soft Toric (Astigmatism) Lenses

Can't wear contact lenses because you have astigmatism? We have many types of astigmatism lenses that we will guarantee your fit.


Extended Overnight Wear Contact Lenses

Don't want to take those contact lenses out? No problem. We have those lenses for you to wear safely.


Keratoconus contact lenses

Keratoconus patients would benefits more from contact lenses than eyeglasses.


We have many types of contact lenses in stock!!! We can fit you into a FREE trial pair of contact lenses on your initial visit at the office. When you want to buy lenses, often times we have an entire year's worth of lenses in stock for you. If not, we can order the lenses to be mailed to you directly. We also have many rebate coupons directly from contact lens manufacturers to help you save some money in addition to our already low price.

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Tuesday:

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Wednesday:

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Saturday:

9:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

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