Contact Lenses - 1-Day | Astigmatism | Coloured | Multifocal

If you want contact lenses for sports (hockey, soccer, gymnastics, etc.), school, work or just occasional use, we can help you discover a contact lens that is perfect for your lifestyle. 

Contacts are a safe addition to wearing eyeglasses

If you are interested in trying contact lenses for the first time, or you're a seasoned wearer wanting to try a different brand, talk to your Stonewire Optometrist about the latest options available during your next eye exam.

IMPORTANT: The prescription you receive for your eyeglasses is different than the prescription you require for your contacts. Your optometrist will take additional measurements to determine the best contact lens fit for your eyes, including corneal curvature, corneal diameter, eyelid positioning and ocular health. Every brand of contacts fits differently. Wearing a poorly fitting contact lens can lead to issues such as reduced visual acuity, dry eye, eye infections, red eyes and vision loss.

Stonewire only stocks and fits quality brand named contacts lenses from the top manufacturers, including Alcon, Johnson & Johnson, Bausch and Lomb and Cooper Vision. We stock an extensive selection of trial and retail contact lenses for same day dispensing.

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Our contact lenses are priced at or below the cost of the major box chain stores and online discount retailers.

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Contact Lenses

Photo: Air Optix Family of Contact Lenses

Stonewire carries the complete line up of Air Optix breathable contacts by Alcon, including Night & Day, the first 30 day overnight sleepable contact lens. 

Air Optix monthly disposable contacts come in a variety of parameters (spherical, astigmatism, & multifocal) to fit most prescriptions.  


photo: Air Opitx Aqua Color Contact lenses

Air Optix's contact lenses are now also available in Colour. Air Optix Colors contacts are the most breathable coloured contacts on the market today and are designed to be worn all day.

Air Optix Colors are available in 8 vivid styles to match your personality. 


Photo: Dailies total-1 Contact Lenses

If you're looking for the newest thing in contacts, than Dailies Total-1 is the contact lens for you. Dailies Total-1 is a completely new style of one-day disposable contacts, known as water gradient contact lenses.  

Dailies Total-1 is one of the most breathable contacts on the market today, and is designed to help with contact lens related dry eye symptoms. This contact is a great option for part-time wearers, patients who work in dry hospitals or office environments, or those that simply wear their contact lenses for 12 hours a day, every day. 


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ACUVUE OASYS with Transitions™ Light Intelligent Technology™, the first-of-its-kind contact lens built with Transitions™ Light Intelligent Technology™ that seamlessly adapts to changing light.


Not designed as a replacement for sunglasses, but they are going to be a great alternative when sunglasses are either inconvenient or not an option. Athlethes, active outdoor people, or people who suffer from light sensitivity will love this product. Whether you choose to wear it as your everyday contact lens, or simply use it for sports and recreation, this contact lens is going to be a game changer.

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Contact Lens Professional Fitting Fees

Established Contact Lens Wearers

+ Contact Lens Evaluation - Basic, Astigmatism and Coloured

  • Cost: $40.00 (or $20.00 if done on the same time as your comprehensive eye exam)
  • Includes: A consultation with the optometrist to review your contact lens options. You will be provided a pair of soft disposable contact lenses to try, and we will examine the fit and vision. These trial contact lenses are yours to keep.

+ Contact Lens Evaluation - Multifocal or Bifocal

  • Cost: $40.00 (or $20.00 if done on the same time as your comprehensive eye exam)
  • Includes: A consultation with the optometrists to review your contact lens options. You will be provided a pair of soft disposable multifocal or bifocal contact lenses to try, and we will examine the fit and vision. These trial contact lenses are yours to keep.

+ Contact Lens Evaluation - Advanced

  • Cost: $Price Varies
  • Includes: Advanced contact lens evaluation are reserved for patients with specialty contact lens needs and these fees will be discussed by the doctor before any work is started. Patients who may require this service includes those with: very high nearsightedness or astigmatism, keratoconus, post-surgical corneal transplants, corneal injuries/lacerations, etc.

1st Time Contact Lens Wearers

+ Contact Lens Evaluation - Basic, Astigmatism and Coloured

  • Cost: $60.00
  • Includes: This examination includes a contact lens consultation with your Stonewire optometrist who will review your contact lens options. Once you both decide on a lens modality, you will be provided a pair of soft disposable contact lenses to try, and the doctor will examine the fit and vision. These trial contact lenses are yours to keep.

+ Contact Lens Evaluation - Multifocal or Bifocal

  • Cost: $60.00
  • Includes: A consultation with your Stonewire optometrists to review your contact lens options. You will be provided a pair of soft disposable multifocal or bifocal contact lenses to try, and your optometrist will examine the fit and vision. These trial contact lenses are yours to keep.

+ Contact Lens Evaluation - Advanced

  • Cost: $Price Varies
  • Includes: Advanced contact lens evaluation are reserved for patients with specialty contact lens needs and these fees will be discussed by the doctor before any work is started. Patients who may require this service includes those with: high nearsightedness or astigmatism, keratoconus, post-surgical corneal transplants, corneal injuries/lacerations, etc.
still puzzled? check out our frequently asked question section.

Frequently Asked Questions about Contact Lenses

+ Am I A Candidate for Contact Lenses

The best way to find out is to book an eye examination with one of our optometrists. They can evaluate the health of your eyes, and determine if your prescription and eye health is compatible.

+ Are Contact Lenses Safe?

Absolutely. Contact lenses are a safe and effective way to correct your vision when paired with eyeglasses. Always follow the directions of your eye doctor and make sure you clean and dispose of the lenses following the manufacturers recommended guidelines.

+ How Much Do Contact Lenses Cost?

There are a lot of factors in determining contact lens cost, and the optometrist can give you a better idea during your exam. The cost of contact lenses will depend on the disposability (1-day, 2-week, or 1-month), along with your prescription power, and the lens style (Single Vision, Multifocal or Astigmatism) you require.

Contact lenses, however, can start as low as about $10 a month for a 1-month disposable single vision lens.*

+ Can I Sleep in My Contact Lenses?

No. We really don't recommend sleeping in contact lenses even if the lens is approved for overnight wear. Patients who sleep in their contact lenses are 5X more likely to develope a serious vision threatening eye infection. If you require the ability to sleep in your lenses because of lifestyle or work requirements, please discuss this with your optometrists. They will ensure that you are fit into an appropriate contact lens designed for extended wear (not all lenses can be worn overnight, this is a common misconception).

+ Does Stonewire Sell Contact Lenses?

Absolutely. We carry a large selection of contact lenses in stock for same day dispensing. We also ship contact lenses all over the province or to your office.