Contact Lenses

Get Contact Lenses Near Me in Dakota Dunes

Patients choose contact lenses over glasses for many reasons. Some want a glasses-free look or to wear nonprescription sunglasses, but most like the convenience of hassle-free vision correction. In some instances, contacts may even provide better vision correction than glasses.


If you have been considering contact lenses but aren’t sure where to start, or if you don’t know whether contact lenses are right for you, Dunes Eye Consultants can help. As an expert resource for eye care in Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota, we’re happy to review your options, evaluate possible solutions, and ensure your eye care needs are completely met. Contact us today to schedule a consultation, and let us show you what high-quality eye care looks like.


A process you can trust

Drs. Ferguson and O’Neal will recommend the best contacts for your vision needs after a thorough well-vision exam. Our clinical team will review your vision correction needs, as well as your job and lifestyle, to determine the best outcome.


Your choice of contact lenses

Contacts aren’t a one-size-fits-all process. We work one-on-one with our patients to ensure a perfect, comfortable fit. We are pleased to offer four distinct contact lens options for those in need.


  • Soft lenses - Soft contacts provide correction for countless patients and are comfortable and easy to wear. Depending on the product, they must be replaced daily, weekly, or monthly. Soft lenses are extremely versatile and can be used to address myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), astigmatism, and presbyopia (aging eye).
  • Gas-permeable lenses - Gas-permeable (GP) lenses can correct most vision problems, including astigmatism. They are more durable than soft lenses and easier to handle. They are made of a hard plastic that transmits oxygen. GP lenses retain their shape when in use, providing sharper vision correction than soft lenses.
  • Multifocal lenses - Multifocal lenses function like bifocal lenses, providing correction for both distance and near vision correction. These lenses are best for those who suffer from existing vision problems and presbyopia, or a loss of close-up vision that often comes with age.
  • Hydrogel lenses - Hydrogel lenses provide high oxygen exchange to the surface of the eye, ensuring all-day comfort for wearers without side effects like red eyes, corneal swelling, and blurred vision. These are among the most popular forms of lenses in the United States.


Get the help you need today!

Dunes Eye Consultants is the leading provider of well-vision and vision-medical in the region. As your full-service optical resource, our contact lens consultants can help you make the best choices for clear, precise vision.

To recommend the best contacts for your vision correction needs, an annual well-vision exam is important. Schedule your exam today.