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Three Easy Steps to Contact Lenses!

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Three Easy Steps to Contact Lenses!

Contact lenses made easy!

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Free contact lens demonstration

Try contact lenses absolutely free!

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Find Contact Lenses to Suit Your Lifestyle

Thinking of getting a new pair of glasses? Why not try the extra flexibility and a great alternative look that contact lenses can offer.

Perhaps you’re passionate about sport? Or maybe you simply enjoy trying out new looks when you have a night out? Either way, contact lenses are the ideal option for experiencing everyday freedom and convenience, without compromising your eyesight.

Whatever your preferences and whatever your prescription, at Scrivens we’ll help you find the contact lenses that perfectly suit your lifestyle. From daily disposable contact lenses and continuous wear, to gas permeable and specialist lenses, our Contact Lens Opticians will be happy to guide you through all of the options. You might also want to try our Dreamvision option or potentially go for varifocal contact lenses, in which case we can assess your suitability beforehand. We also have a range of coloured contact lenses available for you to transform your overall look.

Deciding which type of contact lens to go for can often be a difficult decision, but with our expert Scrivens team on hand to help, we can ensure you will get the right advice to suit your requirements. If you’re brand new to this area of vision correction, we can also provide guidance on how to apply contact lenses, so the process becomes as straightforward as possible.

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Fri 3rd Nov 2017

Get Yourself Seen advice on eye tests

If you find yourself having to concentrate more as fading light and shorter days make it more difficult to see, it’s probably a good time to have a sight test. Drivers need optimum vision for their own safety and the safety of other road users.