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EyeQo Contact Lens Clinic

As a core contact lens clinic, EyeQo is your one-stop shop for all your contact lens needs.

At EyeQo, we are a specialist contact lens clinic that specializes in the installation and dispensing of core contact lens. In addition to the usual vision issues, there are a variety of corneal conditions that require vision correction that cannot be achieved through eyewear or surgical procedures. To restore vision, we are able to fit and dispense a variety of specialty and standard contact lenses.


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Orthokeratology (Ortho-K) Lenses

Orthokeratology (ortho-k) fits specially designed gas permeable contact lenses that you wear overnight. These lenses gently reshape the front surface of your eye (cornea) while you are asleep, so you can see the following day after you remove the lenses.

Overnight Vision Correction

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The Contact Lens That Correct Your Vision While You Sleep

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Contact Lens Services

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Specialty Contact Lenses

These are unique types of lenses developed using the most cutting-edge lens technology. These lenses are used in the most challenging corneal disorders and eye diseases where traditional treatments such as surgery, standard contact lenses and glasses do not provide optimal vision.

Custom-made contact lenses

Custom-fit Contact Lenses

Custom-made contact lenses are tailor-made to suit your exact eye shape. They are generally replaced annually. They are often the best choice if you have struggled to achieve a comfortable fit with contact lenses.

Eye Conditions Treated

Keratoconus, Pellucid Marginal Degeneration (PMD), Post Corneal Transplant (PK/PKP), Post Lasik Ectasia, Sjogren’s Syndrome (SD), Ocular Chronic GVHD, Limbal Stem Cell Deficiency (LSCD), Post Radial Keratotomy (RK), Steven’s Johnson Syndrome (SJS)

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Frequently Asked Questions

Most contact lens wearers find them difficult to insert at first, as it's an unusual feeling to place your fingers close to your eye. You should try it first with contact lens specialist only and when you feel confident, you can take your lenses home and keep practising. Most people find contact lenses easy to insert after a few days.

Depending on your prescription, your physical needs, and your lifestyle, you and your doctor may decide on one of many types of lenses for your eyes. Some of the more common types are:

  • Disposable wear lenses
  • Daily wear contacts
  • Rigid gas permeable lenses
  • Toric lenses for patients with astigmatism
  • Colored lenses, to enhance or change the color of your eyes

In addition, there are many different types of specialty lenses for patients with unusual prescriptions and eye problems. You’ll find out which ones are right for you when you consult with one of our optometrist team.

No! A thin membrane covers your eye and connects to the inside of your eyelids, making this a physical impossibility.

Not true. After a brief adaptation period, most people don't even notice they're wearing contact lenses.

Yes, but not with all type of lenses.

Contact lenses can be worn comfortably with makeup, but be sure to insert them before applying your products. Always wash your hands before handling lenses. If your eyes feel irritated when wearing contacts and makeup at the same time, try non-allergenic makeup products instead.

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