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Types of Contact Lenses

Disposable If daily care and cleaning doesn't fit your lifestyle, disposable contacts could be for you. Depending on the brand, they're disposable daily or on a planned schedule of one to two weeks. Clear, colored or corrective for astigmatism: there's a disposable lens for just about everyone.
Colored Contacts Change your eye color completely or just enhance it, even if you have perfect vision. Available in a broad range of prescriptions, too, so you can wear them daily or just for those special occasions.
Continuous Wear The ultimate in convenience. Continuous, also known as extended wear, lenses may be worn continuously for up to six nights, for ultimate convenience without compromising eye health.
Hard or Rigid Gas Permeable Contacts If you have very specialized prescription needs, gas permeable contacts may be right for you.
Bifocal Contacts The independent doctors of optometry at Shopko can determine if you're suitable for bifocal contacts to correct both distance and near vision.
Contacts for Astigmatism (Toric) Now there are more contact lens choices for people with astigmatism than ever before. Learn more

Need to re-order contact lenses?

Contact the Shopko Eyecare center you purchased your lenses from. They will review your records to verify your prescription is current. Take advantage of our mail order contact lens service. It's easy. Simply contact the Eyecare center you purchased your original lenses from, indicate the quantity you need, authorize payment with your credit card and the lenses will be mailed directly to your home via 2nd day priority US Mail.

Contact Lens Trial Fitting

A contact lens examination can determine if you're a candidate for contacts. A trial fitting helps determine which contacts are right for you. The independent doctor of optometry at Shopko Eyecare Center will try a pair based on your specific needs and preferences. Before you go home with your trial pair of contacts, you'll receive a detailed demonstration of how to care for your lenses for maximum wearing comfort.

Note: Only a doctor can determine if contacts are right for your eyes.