Contact Lenses

Advances in contact lens design and materials have made them a clear, comfortable option for many people requiring vision correction.  Dr. Lileyans continues to remain on the cutting edge of the contact lens technology.  People with dry eye syndrome, high astigmatism and bifocals can now wear contact lenses. Dr. Lileyans has extensive training and clinical experience in fitting:

  • Rigid gas permeable lenses
  • Multifocal/bifocal lenses
  • Soft silicon hydrogel disposables
  • Toric lens for astigmatism
  • Coloured lenses

We take our time to educate our patients on proper lens use and follow-up care.  Contact lens wearers can encounter problems with their lenses with extended wear time, poor sanitation and cleaning habits.  Contact lens wearers should get quality eye care to avoid complications in the future. Safe, proper fitting lenses should never be sacrificed for bargain prices.

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Cleaning Your Contacts

  • Wash your hands with soap before touching your lenses; avoid soap with eye-irritating beeswax or lanolin.
  • Mucus, tear proteins and environmental pollutants can build up on your lenses; ask us about the best daily cleaner for your type of lenses.
  • Always store your lenses clean, we encourage you to rub your lenses even with a no-rub solution; rinse your lens case and let it air dry.
  • Buy small, instead of large, containers of lens care products; small containers are more quickly emptied and thus less likely to get contaminated.
  • Replace your lens case every month to avoid bacteria growth.
  • Apply eye make-up after putting your lenses in your eyes.
  • Use hair sprays, perfumes, and spray deodorants in another room before you insert lenses.
  • Check your eyes every morning for redness or unusual mucus at the edges; pain, watery eyes, sensitivity to light or blurry vision are signals to call us at 905-751-0007 immediately.
  • Remove lenses at once when your eyes become red or irritated; always carry your glasses with you.