Contact Lenses

We offer a wide array of contact lenses from prescription to cosmetics contact lenses. We offer standard contact lenses, bifocal contact lenses, mono-vision, toric (astigmatism correction contact lens) sport contact lenses, and Keratconus specific lenses. We set realistic patient expectations about lens performance and the maintenance of good ocular health.

Contact Lens Unit

Contact Lens Test & Dispensing

Prior to dispensing contact lenses, a fitting procedure is necessary in order to determine the parameters of your contact lenses.

This procedure evaluates corneal curvature and tear film quality and is separate from the routine eye exam. As a result, fitting your lenses usually requires payment of a separate fitting fee which is standardized for all contact lens providers, it ensures that your contact lenses are tailored to the specific characteristics of your eyes.

Finally, we provide training in insertion, removal of contact lenses and also offer trial period during which we determine if contact lenses are the best approach to addressing your visual needs while offering training in safe-wearing and hygiene of contact lenses.

Daily Wear
With this schedule, the lenses are worn for an average of 12 hours per day and then removed at night. After removal, the lenses are cleaned, disinfected, and stored prior to re-insertion the following morning.

Extended Wear

These lenses may be worn overnight for 1-6 consecutive nights. Soft contact lenses in this category generally have a higher oxygen permeability than daily wear contact lenses and are made of silicone hydrogel material. This wearing schedule can create a greater risk (8 times greater compared to the daily wear schedule) of infections, including sight threatening corneal ulcers. Some RGP’s can also be used on an extended wear basis.

Daily Disposable Lenses

Disposable lenses are designed to be discarded upon removal rather than cleaning, disinfecting and storing the lens. A fresh lens is used each morning. Some advantages of this modality are that a new lens is placed on the eye every day and there is no need for solutions.

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Maldor Eyecare, 38, Gana Street, Maitama, FCT Abuja, Nigeria. Email:; Tel: +2348100083754

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