COMFORTABLE & SAFE
Morans Opticians recommend an annual contact lens assessment to ensure that your lenses fit comfortably and provide you with the best vision possible. We will check your prescription is up to date and ensure that your eyes are healthy.
A FEEL GOOD ALTERNATIVE TO GLASSES
Why wear contact lenses?
Contact lenses are comfortable and durable enough to wear on a daily basis or provide you with an alternative look for special occasions.
Contact lenses compliment the lifestyles of many of our patients who choose to wear them instead of spectacles to enjoy activities in the High Peaks such as walking, running and cycling.
TAILORED TO YOU
Helping you to find your perfect contact lens
Our qualified optometrist will take the time to get to know you and will only recommend contact lenses that will suit your needs and visual requirements.
If you’re new to lenses, our trained team will guide you through how to fit and care for them so you can be confident in their comfort and safety. We're always on hand to help if you have any questions or concerns about your contacts.
Contact lenses from world leading manufacturers
Contact lenses use advanced technology to provide breathable, comfortable and easy to care for lenses that suit all ages, prescriptions and lifestyles.
We supply a wide range of high quality contact lenses from leading brands, including those suitable for varifocal wearers or people with an astigmatism.
HOW WE CAN HELP
Examine your eyes & vision
We are proud to offer eye examinations that are twice as long as most routine eye tests at your bigger chain stores. As well as thoroughly testing your vision, we take our time to check the health of your eyes, which can be a vital indicator to your general health.
SPECIALISTS IN YOUNG EYES
Even if your child has never had an eye test before, there’s no reason not to check their vision is developing as it should be and their eyes are healthy as children's eye tests are free on the NHS.
We offer emergency eyecare appointments if you are experiencing a symptom or sudden visual change that is worrying you. In Derbyshire, these examinations are often covered by the NHS under the local 'minor eye conditions service - MECS'.