We’re still open!
We look forward to serving you with enhanced safety protocols at your upcoming appointment.

A lot has changed recently, but don’t worry, your appointment remains on schedule! As an essential service, the clinic remains open for comprehensive eye care in a safe environment. Please be assured that your health is our top priority, and we are implementing thorough and enhanced safety protocols with strict adherence to provincial guidelines. Learn how we’re keeping you safe


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Contact lenses

Choose a product made for you

Contact lenses have many benefits and Grimard Optique carries some of the highest quality products. We offer the right lenses to suit your needs. Because your eyes are precious and keeping them healthy should be a priority. Our specially trained healthcare professionals give you advice about which contact lenses will work best for you and how best to use them.
These are just some of the benefits of opting for contact lenses:
To purchase lenses, we will renew your prescription, whether you are a Grimard Optique patient or not.

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Our opticians offer advice about which lenses work best for you.

Choosing quality lenses is essential

Protect your eyes and vision

Ordering online can be tempting but be careful about the quality of the product. Contact lenses sold by non-specialized shops are often poor quality and may cause irreversible damage to your eyes. Only an optician you trust can help you choose lenses that meet your needs and take your eye health into consideration.

Have you ever purchased contact lenses online without the advice of a healthcare professional?

Contact your optician immediately if you experience any of these symptoms:

Caring for your contact lenses

Key to good eye health

sing contact lenses requires a minimum of care. You must follow the instructions carefully to avoid damaging your lenses, which can cause issues for your eyes and your vision. Single-use lenses should be thrown out immediately after wearing them.

Always wash your hands before handling your contact lenses and follow these steps when inserting them:

Follow these steps to remove your lenses: