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Welcome to Langley Optometry Clinic, where we are committed to providing exceptional eye care services to our community. Our team of experienced optometrists is dedicated to helping you achieve optimal eye health and vision, whether through contact lenses, glasses, or other treatments.

Contact Lenses for All Lifestyles

At Langley Optometry Clinic, we offer a wide selection of contact lenses to suit every need and preference. Our options include daily-wear, weekly, biweekly, and monthly disposable contacts, as well as toric and multifocal lenses for those with special eye health considerations. We also carry rigid lenses for patients with keratoconus.

Choosing the right contact lenses can be a daunting task, but our optometrists are here to guide you through the process. We take the time to understand your lifestyle, budget, and vision needs to recommend the best options for you. Plus, we stay up to date with the latest advancements in ocular health to ensure that you receive the most advanced and effective products available.


These days, it’s easier than ever to find a pair of contacts that work seamlessly with your busy schedule and lifestyle. With all the types of lenses and lens care options available (and to a growing user base), it’s easy to see why contact lenses remain so popular. When you choose contact lenses in Langley, you’ll see the world with a more natural field of vision, as the lenses move along with your eyes.


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   Purchase one year supply of Bausch & Lomb Ultra Vision contact lenses and get Bausch & Lomb solution & 30 pairs of BioTrue ONEday contact lenses for free

Save 20% with Our Program 

At Langley Optometry, we’re proud to offer contact lenses at prices that are also affordable. In fact, the most economical way to purchase contact lenses in Langley is through our contact lens program. For the utmost convenience to our customers, the program bundles a year-long supply of contact lenses, all the necessary solutions, as well as regular contact lens examinations. These are available for one, low fee. When you buy your contact lenses through the program, you will also receive 20% off on glasses and sunglasses.

The Benefits of Contact Lenses

Contact lenses offer many advantages over traditional glasses, including:

  • More natural field of vision: Because contact lenses move with your eyes, you have a wider, more seamless field of vision compared to glasses, which can distort your peripheral vision.

  • Increased comfort: Contacts are lightweight and sit directly on your eye, so you won't experience the pressure or discomfort that some people feel with glasses.

  • Freedom to move: With contacts, you can engage in a variety of physical activities without worrying about glasses falling off or getting in the way.

  • Improved aesthetics: Some people prefer the look of contacts over glasses, and they can even change the color or shape of your eyes.

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Who Are Contact Lenses Right For?

Contact lenses are perfect for individuals with active lifestyles, such as snowboarders, hockey players, and others engaging in a variety of sports.


They’re also a great option for tradespeople who require a free range of movement, as well as electricians, plumbers, and others who work in confined, challenging spaces on a daily basis.


Whether you choose contacts for functionality or for aesthetic reasons, your vision will feel more natural and you won’t have to deal with them fogging up, falling off or getting lost! We recommend scheduling a consultation with one of our optometrists to discuss your options.

Care for Your Contact Lenses

Proper care and maintenance of your contact lenses is crucial for maintaining good eye health and preventing infections. Our optometrists will provide detailed instructions on cleaning, storing, and wearing your contacts safely and comfortably.

We also offer a range of lens care products and solutions to help you maintain your lenses at home.

Wear and Care Tips For Contact Lenses

1. Always wear your contact lenses as prescribed by the doctor

2. Wash your hands with soap and water and dry with a lint-free towel prior to handling your lenses

3. Lenses removed from your eyes must be cleaned, rinsed and disinfected after each wearing period if they are reused

4. Remove your lenses immediately if they become uncomfortable

5. Do not insert a new or spare lens into an eye that is red, irritated or painful. Consult with the doctor before wearing your lenses overnight or while sleeping

6. Replace your lenses with a new pair as often as prescribed by the doctor

7. Do not store or rinse lenses in any non-sterile water, including tap water

8. Do not swim, shower or use a hot tub while wearing soft contact lenses

9. Do not use saliva or put lenses in your mouth to rewet

10. Discard any soft contact lenses that are damaged or dehydrated

11. Avoid using aerosols when wearing contact lenses

12. Discard any remaining solution in your lens case and refill it with fresh solution before placing the lenses in the case again

Routine follow-up visits help prevent complications and problems with your contact lenses. Only a thorough eye examination can determine how your eyes are responding to contact lenses.

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Get Contact Lenses in Langley

Contact Langley Optometry today to make an appointment to get tested for properly fitting contact lenses in Langley.

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