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Buy Contact Lenses In Store _HOT_


You may want to have the perfect look for Halloween or look like your favorite movie star or singer, but choosing to change the look of your eyes with contact lenses could cause a lot of damage to your eyesight if you get them without the input of your eye care professional. Decorative contact lenses are sometimes called, among other names:




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Decorative contact lenses change the look of your eyes. They may not correct your vision. They can temporarily change your brown eyes to blue or make your eyes look like cat eyes or vampire eyes for Halloween.


Did you know that these decorative contact lenses are actually medical devices? The U.S. Food and Drug Administration oversees their safety and effectiveness, just like contact lenses that correct your vision.


Do get an eye exam! A licensed eye doctor will examine your eyes to make sure the contact lenses fit properly. The fit of your contact lenses is very important. A wrong fit can cause damage to your eyes. Be sure to always go for follow-up eye exams as instructed by your doctor.


Do get a prescription! All contact lenses should be prescribed by a doctor, including decorative lenses. The prescription should include the brand name, correct lens measurements and expiration date.


Do follow the contact lens care instructions! Follow the instructions for wearing, cleaning and disinfecting your contact lenses that come with your contact lenses. If you do not receive instructions, ask an eye doctor for them.


Do seek medical attention right away and remove your contact lenses if your eyes are red, have ongoing pain or discharge! Redness, pain and discharge from the eyes are signs of an eye infection. If you think you have an eye infection from your contact lenses, remove them and see an eye doctor right away.


Don't share your contact lenses with anyone else!You wouldn't share your toothbrush, would you? All eyes are not the same size and shape and your contact lenses are fitted just for you.


Don't buy any contact lenses without a prescription! If you don't see an eye doctor and get a prescription, then the contact lenses you get may not fit properly and may not work well. They could even damage your eyes. Sometimes wearing contact lenses can damage the top layer of your eyeball (cornea). Even if you aren't having any problems now, the lenses still could be causing damage to your eyes. By having regular checkups and buying contact lenses with a prescription, you will reduce the chances of any undetected damage to your eyes.


You can buy contact lenses, including decorative contact lenses, from your eye doctor, on the Internet, or from a mail-order company, which includes foreign manufacturers/distributors of decorative lenses. It's very important that you only buy contact lenses from a company that sells FDA-cleared or approved contact lenses and requires you to provide a prescription.


Anyone selling you contact lenses must get your prescription and verify it with your doctor. They should request not only the prescription, but the name of your doctor and their phone number. If they don't ask for this information they are breaking federal law and could be selling you illegal contact lenses.


Never buy contact lenses from a street vendor, a beauty supply store, flea market, novelty store or Halloween store, or from unknown online distributors as they may be contaminated and/or counterfeit and therefore not safe to use.


Even though there are a lot of products that you can buy without a prescription, contact lenses are not one of them. It's your job to make sure you protect your eyes by having an eye exam, getting a prescription, and buying contact lenses from a legal source.


Discount Contact Lenses is a great place to look for your next pair of contacts. They offer a wide range of prices and prescriptions, and have subscription options that make getting your prescription easy. If you're not looking for a subscription service, and would rather have a one-stop-shop purchase, LensCrafters is your best bet.


Around 45 million people in the United States wear contact lenses to improve their vision. In 2018, approximately 22% to 30% of adults in the United States bought lenses online instead of directly from healthcare professionals or in stores.


ContactsDirect gets high marks from consumers for running sales on a regular basis. They also send out coupons regularly to existing customers and offer discounts on contacts purchased as an annual supply. A 90-day 1-pack of Acuvue Moist drops from $78.99 to $69.61 with the annual supply option.


Once your order is verified, your contacts will ship out free via standard delivery, to arrive within 7 to 10 business days. Rush deliveries range from 3 to 5 days for $11.99, or 1 to 2 days for $19.99.


LensCrafters carries disposable lenses and is one of the only online retailers with conventional contact lenses, which are contacts designed for reuse for several months. Keep in mind that LensCrafters offers only one conventional lens: Optima 38/SP by Bausch & Lomb.


One thing that sets LensCrafters apart is their 1,000-plus brick-and-mortar stores. If you live near a LensCrafters store, you can shop online and pick up your lenses as soon as your prescription is verified. You can also go to a LensCrafters store for free eyewear fittings or adjustments.


LensCrafters also offer free ground shipping, which takes 7 business days, and 1-day shipping for $9.99. All shipping types require an additional 1 to 2 days of processing for contact lenses. So, 1-day shipping could take 3 days to arrive.


They also carry a nice selection of contact lenses online, including their own brand of low cost daily lenses: Scout by Warby Parker. Scout costs $46.75 for a box of 90 daily lenses, but you can also request a free trial. A comparably sized box of Acuvue Oasys 1-Day goes for $81.60 here.


A prescription for contact lenses involves more than simply knowing the optical power that corrects for nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism. Knowing the right contact lens material and size for your eyes can help prevent eye discomfort and other eye concerns.


Price comparison shopping is a good idea, but some deeply discounted contact lens retailers also have bad reputations. Less expensive products can sometimes wind up costing you more in the long run, such as in contact lenses that come ripped, in unsealed boxes, or made of lower quality.


There are many great websites to order contacts from, including 1-800 Contacts and ContactsDirect. When choosing the best online retailer for you, consider features like acceptance of vision insurance, selection, cost, and free shipping.


Contact lens exams cost $99, but customers can join the Eyecare Club for $109 to get 3 years of contact lens exams (up to 2 per year), as well as discounts on contacts and eyeglasses! Schedule an eye exam at America's Best today.


Associates should give customers placing in-store orders an exact day of when their glasses should arrive back at the store. Because we use a centralized lab, eyeglasses are typically ready for pick-up in 7-10 business days. If you would like to know the status of your order, please contact your local store.


Yes! For in-store purchases, we accept most vision insurance plans including EyeMed, Spectera, Superior Vision, Davis Vision. Many stores also accept a variety of regional vision insurance plans. Please contact your local store for additional details. For online orders, we do not accept vision insurance as payment for orders. We provide a receipt which can be submitted to your insurance company as an Out-of-Network purchase. Make sure you consult with your insurance provider before you place your order to determine whether they reimburse or have limits for out-of-network purchases. Note: Your vision plan may be provided by a different carrier than your health insurance.


Customers can purchase our Product Protection Plan, which protects your eyeglass frames and lenses for one year for a low additional cost. If your frames break or your lenses become excessively scratched during the year, bring them to your local America's Best store so we can replace them (only 1 replacement allowed). This plan does not cover lost frames or lenses.


America's Best Contacts & Eyeglasses is the low-price leader in a highly competitive eyewear market with more than 800 high-volume retail stores located across the U.S. Because we purchase a very high volume of eyeglass frames from manufacturers, we're able to negotiate unheard-of low prices from our vendors. Then we pass those savings on to our customers!


Customers can bring in a current and valid prescription to an America's Best store to purchase eyeglasses or contact lenses. If you don't have a current, valid prescription or if you think your vision might have changed, an eye exam from one of our independent doctors of optometry is just $59. If you purchase any 2 pairs of glasses at America's Best you can get a FREE eye exam.*


Yes! You can purchase 2 pairs of lined plastic bifocal lenses (FT28) for just $99.95, including a FREE eye exam. Other bifocals and no-line progressives are also available at discounted prices. Please call or visit your local store for more detailed pricing.


Make a contact lens exam appointment online or call 1-800-TWO-PAIR to schedule an appointment with an independent doctor of optometry. Following your exam, America's Best associates will walk new contact lens wearers through a training session using your trial diagnostic lenses. After wearing your trial diagnostic pair for about a week, customers must return to the store for a contact lens evaluation to receive their finalized prescription.


The 2 for $79.95 offer applies to eyeglasses only, but we have other ways for contact lens wearers to save! Join the Eyecare Club for just $109 and get 3 years of FREE contact lens exams (up to two per year), plus discounts on your contact lenses and eyeglasses. 041b061a72


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