woman holding a contact lens on her finger tips

Contact lenses offer you a comfortable, convenient alternative to wearing your frames.


They offer you the same clear vision as with glasses, but a wider field of vision, which makes them perfect to wear for sports or leisure activities.


They also give you the option of wearing non-prescription glasses or sunglasses. 






Most people can wear contact lenses. Some eyes are unusual but we can help those with more complicated prescriptions enjoy contact lenses too.

There are various different types of contact lenses available, all made from quality, safe materials. They can also be very affordable with a monthly payment scheme available to spread the cost. 








Depending on your optical prescription and your lifestyle, there are various types of contact lenses to choose from: 


Daily disposables

  • wear once, then throw away

  • minimum hassle

  • no fiddly cleaning procedure.

Monthly disposables

  • fresh pair of lenses each month

  • cleaning solutions included

  • extended wear option available – no need to remove lenses at night!


Specialist options

  • Toric lenses for astigmatism

  • Multifocal lenses

  • Gas permeable and tinted lenses also available.

Our experienced team can guide you through the range of quality options and arrange free trials.

collection of different contact lens types at exmoor eyecare





Chat with one of our friendly team who can answer any general questions you may have:

  • Have an eye examination if this is due. Normal exam fee applies (unless exempt).

  • Follow this with a more detailed contact lens assessment and try lenses – free of charge.

  • Keen to go ahead? Fine! We’ll do a teaching session, issue trial lenses and do a review after 7-10 days. £50 fee applies.

  • Once you’re completely happy, we’ll arrange for lenses and solutions to be supplied.

  • Ongoing contact lens checks are typically done annually, but may be more frequent in the early stages, or if using extended wear lenses.


Contact lens checks included in direct debit charge, but £35 if not on direct debit.

If you would like to find out more about our contact lens direct debit plans that will help you spread the cost into a regular monthly payment, talk to one of our team today