Contact Lenses & exams
Contact lens exams & fittings in Mt. Pleasant. Order contact lenses in the store or shop online. We offer competitive pricing on leading brands.
Contact lenses in Mt. Pleasant, WI
The most comfortable and convenient contact lenses in Mt. Pleasant come from Wisconsin Vision.
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Prescription contact lenses in Mt. Pleasant
Wisconsin Vision carries a wide selection of contact lenses from top brands. We’re your best source for all contact lens types including contact lenses for astigmatism, dry eyes, presbyopia, keratoconus and many other considerations. No matter what type of contact lenses you need, Wisconsin Vision optometrists in Mt Pleasant will perform a thorough contact lens exam and address any questions or concerns.
Popular types of contact lenses include:
Soft contact lenses
Rigid gas permeable lenses (RGP/GP)
Disposable lenses(daily, weekly, bi-weekly or monthly)
Extended wear contacts
Colored contacts (prescription & non-corrective)
Bifocal & multifocal contact lenses
Pediatric contact lenses
Sports contact lenses
Get the best price on contact lenses, with or without vision insurance
Whether you have vision insurance, HSA or a flexible spending account with funds you can use for contact lenses, Wisconsin Vision gives you the best value.
We take more types of vision insurance in Mt Pleasant than any competitor and are happy to do an insurance check and explain what your plan actually covers and how to get the most out of it.
No insurance? No problem! Many of our patients don’t have vision insurance and are still able to afford comprehensive eye care and brand name contact lenses.
Visit us for a free consultation with one of our eye care specialists, and we’ll take the time to answer your questions and explain your best options.
Contact lens fittings & consultations in Mt. Pleasant
Your optometrist considers your eye shape, prescription and lifestyle to determine the best type of contact lens for you and evaluates your eye health to identify potential issues affecting wear on your contact lens.
During your contact lens fitting we’ll answer your questions and provide instruction in proper insertion, removal and care for your contacts.