Contact Lenses Exams, Fittings, & Brands in Centre Wellington

Book Appointment

Finding & Fitting the Right Contact Lens

Contact lenses give you some of the freedom from glasses that those with 20/20 vision enjoy. Contact lenses can take some getting used to, but they can be a very dependable source of vision correction. The key to long-lasting comfort is a good fit and high-quality materials.

Our optometrists at Trailside Eye Care find the best fit and style for each unique patient, providing safe and comfortable contact lens use. Please book a special contact lens exam and fitting with us to determine your prescription and learn how to use and care for your new contact lenses.

Book Appointment

Comprehensive Contact Lens Exams

Online Orders Versus Professional Fittings

We’ve talked to some patients who leverage online shopping for contact lenses, with just some information on their prescription. It’s true, you can order contact lenses from many different online stores, but you could be putting your eyes in danger. Your prescription can only tell so much about how your eye will respond to any given contact lens.

Some patients avoid contacts because they’re missing an optometrist’s fitting expertise. While the odd patient might not benefit from conventional contact lenses, we find that most just need to find the right style for them. Trailside Eye Care’s team puts the effort and passion into finding that perfect fit during comprehensive examination and contact lens fitting.

Specialized Contact Lenses

While traditional contact lenses work for many patients, some require specialized lenses that can be used on days you don’t wear your glasses. Some eye conditions might be better managed with specialty contact lenses acting as a total replacement for glasses. We carry many types of specialty contact lenses that help our patients achieve clear and comfortable vision no matter what their diagnosis.

Toric Contact Lenses

For patients with astigmatism, traditional single-vision contact lenses don’t provide the necessary correction.

Toric contact lenses are made with corrective powers to compensate for the corneal shape of eyes with astigmatism. Their design allows them to spin, settle, and remain in place on your cornea.

MiSight contact lenses have been proven to slow the progression of Myopia in children. These lenses focus peripheral light in front of the retina as opposed to behind the retina. This peripheral blur leads to axial elongation of the eye and increased myopia. If we remove this peripheral blur, we can slow down the progression of myopia significantly.

Rigid gas-permeable (RGP) contact lenses can be quite versatile. Sometimes we recommend RGP contact lenses to patients with advanced keratoconus because they can help the cornea with a fit that doesn’t shift as it changes shape. We also fit nighttime RGP lenses for patients seeking myopia control or those with astigmatism.

Miyosmart contact lenses are clinically proven to slow the growth of the eyeball, thus slowing the progression of myopia. They are lightweight, easy to clean, and UV protected.

Our Location

Centre Wellington, Ontario

We’re eager to see all of our patients, but please confirm an appointment before visiting. Booking ahead is the safest measure for ensuring a qualified staff member is available to help you from start to finish.

You can find us on Beatty Line in beautiful historic Fergus, Ontario.

Our Address

6420 Beatty Line North Suite 102
Fergus, ON N1M 2W3

Contact Information

Hours Of Operation

Monday
Closed
Tuesday
9 AM5 PM
Wednesday
Closed
Thursday
9 AM6 PM
Friday
9 AM4 PM
Saturday
Closed
Sunday
Closed

What Are Our Patients Saying?

Our Services

instagram facebook facebook2 pinterest twitter google-plus google linkedin2 yelp youtube phone location calendar share2 link star-full star star-half chevron-right chevron-left chevron-down chevron-up envelope fax