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201 5th Ave So., Ste 102
Edmonds, WA 98020

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Contact Lenses

At Edmonds Vision Center, Our Doctors evaluate and fit most types of soft and gas permeable contact lenses.

Gas Permeable Contact Lenses

GP (gas permeable) contact lenses are also known in the vision care field as rigid gas permeables. Crisp vision, easy care, and deposit resistance are some of the benefits of GP contact lenses. GP contact lenses are custom made for each individual. Measurements are taken of the exact shape of your cornea in order to prescribe contact lenses with the curvature, size, and corrective power that suit your particular eyes.

Soft Contact Lenses

Soft contact lenses are made of a soft polymer-plastic material combined with a percentage of water. Water allows oxygen to pass through the contact lens material and increases comfort.

Bifocal Contact Lenses

Bifocal contact lenses are designed to give good vision to people who have presbyopia. Presbyopia is an age-related change that affects the natural lens in the eye. Contact lens options for presbyopia include bifocal and monovision designs.

Toric Contact Lenses

Toric contact lenses are special contact lenses for people with astigmatism. These contact lenses are made from the same material as other contact lenses and come in soft or rigid gas permeable forms.

Schedule a consultation with Dr. Wong, Dr. Solum or Dr. McFarland for your next visit to Edmonds Vision Center.

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Updated Covid-19 Policies as of 05/21/2021

As COVID-19 information continues to change through updates from the CDC and the State of Washington Health Department, we feel a need to maintain a safety structure for those patients who have not been vaccinated as well as those that have. Because we are a medical office, we feel there is a strong need to ensure that everyone feels safe in this environment.

In an effort to maintain social distancing and patient safety, we ask the following:

*Please do not bring any family or friends with you during your appointment.

*If you need a driver, we ask that they wait in your vehicle or enjoy downtown shopping.

*For pediatric exams, we ask only one parent to come with the child or children if scheduled at similar times.

*Please advise us of any schedule changes as soon as possible. If you need to cancel, please do so with 24 business hours.

*Optos retinal scans are highly recommended at this time. This allows us to evaluate your ocular health with more distance. Dilation drops may not be needed at your visit when using this technology. Please consider this elective service for your next comprehensive exam.

*Eyewear visits in the optical department are currently by appointment only. This is to maintain distance and allow for proper cleaning between patients. Our skilled opticians will bring you eyewear to fit your style, desires and needs. We ask that you do not browse on your own.

*Feel comfortable trying on the frames the opticians bring you as each frame has been thoroughly cleaned.

*Safety comes first! Patients and staff will be required to wear masks. Screening for illness including temperature checks and verbal health questions will be maintained at this time.

*Appointed times keep us on schedule. Please fill out your paperwork online with the assistance of IntakeQ prior to your visit. Call us when you are at the door and we can get started!

Our mission at Edmonds Vision Center is to provide the highest standard of care to individuals of all ages, with the latest technology and outstanding customer service. You and your entire family are welcome at Edmonds Vision Center. We value your eye health!