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Contact Lens Exams

Get a contact lens exam for only $89 at America's Best. Comprehensive eye exams* are provided by licensed optometrists.

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Why should I schedule a contact lens exam?

Most optometrists recommend that contact lens wearers get their eyes checked every year. In certain conditions, contact lens wearers may need to have their eyes checked even more frequently. 

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You can easily schedule a free eye exam* online today. Find a time that's right for you!

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  • What should I have ready for an eye exam?

    • Please arrive 5-10 minutes to your appointment to complete patient paperwork.
    • If you’re a new patient, it’s helpful to bring a copy of your most recent prescription from your previous provider.
    • You can also bring your current eyewear and/or a box of contact lenses for each eye showing your prescription on the label.
    • If you have vision insurance, please bring a copy of your insurance card. You can call the store 24 hours before your appoint to verify your benefits.
  • Don’t assume that a contact lens exam and a regular eye exam are the same. A contact lens exam includes other diagnostic tests that help determine what lenses are right for you. (Yes, contact lenses come in different sizes.) If you’re currently wearing contacts, the exam will check the fit and wear of your lenses. This is in addition to all the tests and checks included in a regular eye exam.
  • If you like to save money (and who doesn’t?), then buying an annual supply of contacts is the most economical way to go.
  • You'll receive a prescription for eyeglasses following your exam. With your new prescription, you'll receive a trial pair and must return for a diagnostic evaluation after you’ve been wearing them for a short period. This follow-up visit is essential to evaluate how you are seeing, and how well the contact lenses fit your eyes.

    Contact lens prescriptions will be released after the evaluation when your optometrist is confident they are the best option for you. 

  • Please arrive 5-10 minutes to your appointment to complete patient paperwork.
  • If you’re a new patient, it’s helpful to bring a copy of your most recent prescription from your previous provider.
  • You can also bring your current eyewear and/or a box of contact lenses for each eye showing your prescription on the label.
  • If you have vision insurance, please bring a copy of your insurance card. You can call the store 24 hours before your appoint to verify your benefits.
Don’t assume that a contact lens exam and a regular eye exam are the same. A contact lens exam includes other diagnostic tests that help determine what lenses are right for you. (Yes, contact lenses come in different sizes.) If you’re currently wearing contacts, the exam will check the fit and wear of your lenses. This is in addition to all the tests and checks included in a regular eye exam.
If you like to save money (and who doesn’t?), then buying an annual supply of contacts is the most economical way to go.

You'll receive a prescription for eyeglasses following your exam. With your new prescription, you'll receive a trial pair and must return for a diagnostic evaluation after you’ve been wearing them for a short period. This follow-up visit is essential to evaluate how you are seeing, and how well the contact lenses fit your eyes.

Contact lens prescriptions will be released after the evaluation when your optometrist is confident they are the best option for you. 

Box of Sofmed Breathables Monthly contacts

Contacts as low as $11/Month

At America’s Best you can get Sofmed® breathablesTM monthly contacts for only $11/month. To take advantage of this great price, just join our Eyecare Club and buy an annual supply.

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Visual Field Test

A visual field test (VFT) measures retinal function and light sensitivity for an additional fee.

 If you have headaches, diabetes, high blood pressure or heart issues, it's important to be screened for certain visual disorders.