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Contact lens wear during COVID-19 

Exercise Proper Hand Washing. When using contact lenses or spectacles, one should wash their hands carefully and thoroughly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, followed by hand drying with unused paper towels. This should occur before every contact lens insertion and removal. If soap and water are not readily available, use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. People should avoid touching their face, including their eyes, nose and mouth, with unwashed hands.

Disinfect Contact Lenses. Contact lens wearers should either dispose of their daily disposable lenses each evening, or regularly disinfect their monthly and two-week lenses according to instructions from the manufacturer and one's doctor of optometry.

Discontinue Lens Wear if Sick. Consistent with recommendations for other types of illness, those who feel ill with cold or flu-like symptoms should cease contact lens wear.

Glasses are Not Proven to Offer Protection. There is no scientific evidence that wearing spectacles or glasses provides protection against COVID-19 or other viral transmissions. Healthy individuals can continue to wear and care for their contact lenses as prescribed by their doctor of optometry.

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Online Forms Now Available

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LASIK Screening Event October 16 2019

Free LASIK Screening Event

Online Gallery


Now you have the ability to browse our frame selection online. With our new online gallery you can come to your appointment ready to order. You even are able to see what the frame looks like on one of the virtual models or even upload your own picture to see what it may look like on you. Click below to be taken to our partner's website.

Enfield Eyecare Framesdata Online Link

Optos Digital Fundus Imaging


We are excited to now be able to add the ability to take optomap digital fundus image to the list of comprehensive services here at Enfield Eyecare. This technology allows us to detect early signs of retinal disease more effectively and efficiently than with traditional eye exams alone as well as document healthy retina as a baseline for future exams. For more information follow the link to manufactures page.


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