Contact lenses

See the world in a whole new way with contact lenses from Eyes Plus Ears in Newmarket

Contact lenses Newmarket

We realize not everyone loves glasses as much as we do

That’s why we offer a range of contact lenses in different materials. Our optometrists are specialized in fitting everything from daily lens to more complicated scleral lenses and everything in between.

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Hockey player taking a slap shot

Contacts are a great choice for your active lifestyle

Whether you’re in to tennis, basketball, yoga or any other sport where you work up a sweat, disposable lenses are a great choice. You don’t have to worry about them fogging up or slipping down your nose.

We use state of the art technology to get an accurate fit

Using our corneal topographer, we can insure that we get an accurate and precise fitting contact lens. This leads to better comfort and vision

Medmont E300 corneal topographer
Contact lens brands including Acuve, Biofinity, Cooper, Alcon, Total 1

We spend the time to find the right lens for you

We fit all the major brands including Acuvue Oasys, Dailies Total 1, Focus, Cooper, Biofinity, Air Optix and others. Whether you’re looking for dailies, weeklies or monthlies, toric or bifocal lenses, we’ll help find the right lenses for you.

There’s more to contacts than meets the eye

Once we’ve found the right lenses for you, we’ll take the time to show you how to put them on, take them off and how to care for them so that you can keep seeing your best.

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The benefits of choosing Eyes plus ears for your contact lenses

See why so many patients trust us for their contact lenses in Newmarket

Wide selection benefit

Wide selection

We fit a wide selection of contacts from a variety of manufacturers. Your sure to find the perfect contacts with the features you need for a budget you can afford.

Family atmosphere benefit

Family atmosphere

We pride ourselves on our welcoming family atmosphere, making you feel at home and at ease during your visit. That means no high pressure sales.

fair prices benefit

Fair prices

We don’t believe in gauging our patients. You can rest assured that you’re being charged a fair price.


What are the different types of contact lenses?

Soft lenses

These are by far the most popular lenses we fit. They’re a great choice if you’re looking to ditch your glasses for a night out on the town or if you’re looking to see better during physical activities. They are available in a wide range of wearable lengths from dailies to monthlies and come in a wide range of powers including multifocals that allow you to see clearly up close and the distance. We also fit toric lenses that are able to control astigmatism.

RGP lenses

RGP (rigid gas permeable) contact lenses provide excellent vision and are easy to care for, making them a great option for those who want clear vision without the hassle of glasses. Plus, they can last longer than soft lenses, saving you money in the long run.

Scleral lenses

Scleral contact lenses are a great option for people who have irregular corneas, dry eyes, These lenses rest on the sclera, or white part of the eye, rather than the cornea, which makes them more comfortable to wear and provides sharper, clearer vision. Their design allows for a reservoir of fluid to be trapped between the lens and the eye, which helps to moisturize and protect the cornea.

Orthokeratology (ortho-k)

Orthokeratology (Ortho-K) contact lenses are an excellent option for those looking to control the progression of their myopia. These lenses are designed to gently reshape the cornea overnight, providing clear vision during the day without the need for glasses or contacts. Ortho-K lenses have been shown to slow or even halt the progression of myopia in children, making them a popular choice for parents concerned about their child’s eye health.



Getting in to contacts is as easy as 1,2,3


Book an appointment to see one of our friendly optometrists for a contact lens fitting.


At your appointment, the doctor will examine your eyes and help you to select the perfect lenses for you. We’ll teach you how to put them on, how to take them off and how to care for them. Then we’ll give you some trial lenses to take home and try


If the lenses work well for you, we’ll order you a supply. If you aren’t happy with the lenses, we’ll work with you to find some that do.


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Frequently asked question

You’ve got questions, we’ve got answers…

It really depends on how motivated and responsible your child is. We’ve successfully fit and taught an eight year old how to put on, take off and care for their lenses.

For a basic contact lens fitting, the charge is $65. However, if we’re talking about a complicated scleral lens or rigid gas permeable lens, the charge is higher to take in to account all of the extra time and effort that is needed to get the lens fitting correctly.

Just like the fitting fee can vary, the cost of lenses also varries. However, you can use the following as a guide:

Daily lenses typically start at $90 for 90 lenses with a discount applied if you buy more up front.

Rigid gas permeable lenses start at $250 per pair.

Yes, we can try to bill your eyeglasses or contacts directly depending on your insurance provider and plan. Please contact our office by phone at 905.898.7414 or send us a message. You may also use the fully-paid invoice from Eyes + Ears to make a claim with your insurance provider.

If your contacts get uncomfortable, we suggest that you take them out immediately. Then give us a call so that one of our optometrists can examine your eyes. Contacts that aren’t fitting correctly or that haven’t been cleaned properly can lead to serious eye problems if ignored.

Unfortunately this question doesn’t have a straightforward answer. Some patients with mild dry eyes might be perfectly comfortable in contacts designed for people with dry eyes while others will find them too uncomfortable.

However, we do fit scleral contacts. These specialty lenses are a larger lens that traps tear film close to the eye and provide comfort and improved vision for those with dry eyes.

what are you waiting for?

Give us a call today at 905.898.7414
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Eyes Plus Ears storefront 4
  • 18075 Leslie St #14, Newmarket, ON L3Y 9A4
  • 905.898.7414
  • 905.898.7792
  • Monday: 10:00 – 5:00
    Tuesday: 9:00 – 5:00
    Wednesday: 8:00 – 3:00
    Thursday: 8:00 – 3:00
    Friday: 9:00 – 1:00
    Saturday: 10:00 – 2:00 (by appointment only)
    Sunday: Closed

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