When you order contacts through our online portal, you can take advantage of manufacturer rebate offers. Use your current prescription to order online or call your Wisconsin Vision location.
If you need a new or updated contact lens prescription (not the same as an eyeglass prescription!) book an appointment online or contact us to set up a contact lens eye exam and fitting. We’ll make sure you’re matched with the best type of lenses for your eyes.
Contact lens wearers must commit to proper lens care, cleaning, storage and replacement. Failing to follow the prescribed replacement schedule and hygiene instructions puts you at risk of serious infection.
Does vision insurance cover contacts?
It depends on the plan, but most vision insurance plans cover at least part of the cost of contact lenses, and some cover all of it. Our eye doctors accept most vision insurance plans including many union health & welfare funds. We're happy to do a free coverage check if you call or stop by with your insurance card.
Disposable lenses are soft contacts designed for short-term use for up to a day, a week, two weeks, or a month.
Bifocal & Multifocal Lenses
Bifocal and multifocal contact lenses have multiple prescriptions in a single contact lens. They’re available as soft or GP lenses.
Extended Wear Contacts
Extended wear contacts can be safe to use for up to a week or even longer. How long you can wear them depends on your doctor’s evaluation of your eyes.
Soft Contact Lenses
Soft contact lenses are comfortable and stay in place easily. They’re the most popular type of contact lens.
Rigid Gas Permeable Lenses
RGP contact lenses are made from hard, oxygen-permeable material. RGP contacts are long-lasting and easier to keep clean.
Change your eye color with or without vision correction. Always consult your eye doctor, even if you don’t need a prescription—all contacts are medical devices.
Experienced Optometrists + The Latest Advancements
Even if you’ve had trouble wearing contacts in the past, or been told you can’t wear contacts, we encourage you to meet with one of our optometrists for a contact lens exam. Contact lens technology is constantly evolving, and our eye doctors may be able to find lenses you can wear safely and comfortably.
Our doctors welcome questions from first-time and longtime lens wearers. We offer attentive “contact coaching” and individual instructions on how to wear and care for your specific type of lenses.
Benefits of Ordering Contacts with Wisconsin Vision:
We carry all the most popular brands with very competitive pricing. You can take advantage of annual supply savings by using all available manufacturer rebates and promotions. We guarantee your purchase will be the correct brand and prescription as prescribed by your optometrist, and completely free of defects. If you tear a lens you can stop by any Wisconsin Vision store for a free replacement.
By law, online contact lens retailers must check with your eye doctor to verify your prescription. When you order through your eye care provider it saves a step.
Contact Lens Safety
Contact lenses, whether prescription or cosmetic, are considered medical devices by the FDA. While generally a safe and convenient way to correct vision, contact lens use is never completely risk-free. Always follow your eye doctor’s instructions to minimize your chances of an eye infection, scratched cornea, or other issues.
Ordering (or reordering) contact lenses through your eye care provider is the best way to protect your eye health and avoid risks associated with other online retailers.
Buy contacts online through Wisconsin Vision and save time and money with EyeSubscribe automated delivery:
Risks of buying contacts from other online retailers:
Not all online stores are authorized medical device suppliers. Counterfeit or lower-quality versions of well-known brands with too-good-to-be-true pricing can have permanent health consequences. Buyer beware
Contact lenses require proper storage so they’re safe to put in your eyes. Online retailers not associated with a licensed optometrist may not maintain the correct storage conditions for contact lens inventory.
Like any product, contact lenses are occasionally recalled over safety concerns. Buying through a trusted source is the best way to eliminate your risk of receiving recalled or contaminated lenses.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the benefits of ordering contacts with Wisconsin Vision?
Ordering contacts from Wisconsin Vision gives you access to a wide variety of quality contact brands with competitive pricing. We guarantee your contact lenses will be an exact fit, free from defects or tears. We even offer expert contact lens care advice and the replacement of torn lenses FREE of charge.
Can you buy contacts from other online retailers?
While other online retailers might offer absurdly low pricing, buying from a trusted retail source is the best way to eliminate your risk of receiving subpar or even contaminated lenses. Buying from a retailer associated with a licensed optometrist such as Wisconsin Vision gives you access to high quality contact lenses and the proper instructions for storage and infection prevention.
Does vision insurance cover contacts?
Depending on your provider, most vision plans cover at least a portion of the cost of contact lenses. Some plans even include full coverage, making the cost of clear vision free. We accept most vision insurance plans and are happy to do a free coverage check to confirm what coverages you'll be eligible for.
What if I need a new prescription?
If you would like contacts for the first time or need to get an updated prescription for buying contacts, schedule a contact lens eye exam with Wisconsin Vision. We'll give you a comprehensive eye exam while fitting you for the contacts which help you see comfortably best.
Is it ok to wear contact lenses everyday?
Contacts are completely fine to wear everyday as long as you commit to proper lens care with cleaning and storage. Failing to follow the disinfection instructions or wearing replacement contacts past the recommended replacement schedule puts you at serious risk for eye infections.