Relying on one pair of glasses for all of your life’s activities can be a compromise for your vision, eye comfort and eye health.
Contact lenses and a different pair of glasses can be the solution for different occasions!
Specific lifestyle vision options for the best vision possible.
Specific eyewear can enhance performance and protect your eyes against harmful UV rays and injury. Sports-specific lenses highlight colours, alter light levels, enhance clarity and reduce glare.
Road safety starts with good vision. We recommend progressive lenses for smooth vision changes from looking at road signs in the distance to the closer information on the dashboard. Polarised glasses and coatings can minimise glare and light distortion from oncoming headlights, particularly when driving at night.
You wouldn’t wear the same pair of shoes with every outfit, so why would you wear the same pair of glasses? Consider a more conservative style for work, a bolder design for casual wear and something more elegant for formal occasions.
Most of the time, wearing glasses is no problem, and they do look fantastic. But there are times when glasses can get in the way – like when you want to go swimming, snorkelling, participate in the grand final, or simply want to throw on a pair of sunnies without a prescription!
Contact lenses can make it easier when playing active sports, and you don’t have the inconvenience of slipping glasses when you got hot and sweaty. They also improve peripheral vision – valuable when you are out on the field.
Make up is easier to apply with contact lenses and they don’t collect rain drops or fog up in humid conditions or get caught on your wedding veil.
The good news is that today, almost everyone who wears glasses can enjoy the freedom and convenience of contact lenses. The latest advances in materials and design mean greater health and comfort for your eyes than ever before.