We care about your eye care.
We are committed to providing a professional and quality experience for our patients. Not only do we provide the most convenient way for you to order contact lenses, we also guarantee low prices on the contact lens brands that you use. In addition, you will see that we are focused on the health of your eyes, and we provide helpful information to assist in your quality eye care. Whether you are looking to purchase contact lenses, browse for eye care accessories, or just learn about how you can take better care of your eyes, we are the clear choice.
About Contact Lenses
Modern contact lenses fall into two categories: soft lenses that are made from water-containing plastics, and Rigid Gas Permeable (RGP) or hard lenses.
Contact lenses may also be classified by wearing schedule. Single-use, or "One-Day" contact lenses are ideal for active lifestyles and are only to be worn one day, then disposed. Daily wear contacts must be removed, cleaned and stored each night, while extended wear contact lenses are made from materials that are safe for sleep. You may also have heard of "continuous wear" contact lenses, a type of extended wear lens that can be worn for up to 30 days.
Contact Lens Designs
Many lens designs come in colors that can enhance or change your natural eye color. Special-effect contact lenses are also available for novelty use and are used extensively in theatrical and filmed productions. Prosthetic lenses are colored contact lenses that can cosmetically mask eye disfigurement. Many contact lenses come with an embedded UV inhibitor as well.
Which is the Right Contact Lens for You?
Selecting the right contact lens will depend on a wide variety of lifestyle and use-factors.
Single-Use / One-Day Disposables – No Solutions!
- Cooper Vision Clear Sight One-Day
- Cooper Vision Proclear One-Day
- Single-Use Monthly Continuous Wear
Daily Wear Monthly
- Air Optix Aqua
Daily Wear Two Week
- Cooper Vision Avaira
- Toric and Specialty Lenses
- Biofinity Toric
- Air Optix for Astigmatism
- Pure Vision Multifocal
Contact lenses should do three things: provide clear vision, properly fit your cornea, and address any personal issues or preferences you may have.
Contact lenses come in tens of thousands of combinations of size, shape and power to ensure comfortable fit and great vision. Your eye care practitioner will evaluate your eyes to determine which lens is right for you and will take into account your special needs such as dry eyes, a desire for color change or the need for overnight wear.
Standard Optical recommends AMO RevitaLens Solutionsfor all contact lens wearers.
Contact Lens Alternatives
If you're looking for a permanent replacement for contact lenses, consider Lasik eye surgery. Schedule a free screening today and learn why Standard Optical performs more lasik eye surgery in Utah than any other Utah vision care provider.