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Colored Contact Lenses Gladwin MI

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Thomas Claringbold
(989) 802-8811
1509 N Mcewan St
Clare, MI
Specialty
Ophthalmology

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T K Johnson OD
Gladwin Eye Care
(989) 426-4559
300 W Cedar Ave # 3
Gladwin, MI
 
Dr Dale J Moser OD
(989) 435-2020
334 N Ross St
Beaverton, MI
Services
Optometrist

Stephen Mc Clintic OD
(989) 539-2020
444 S 1st St
Harrison, MI
 
Chad J Jackson OD
(989) 386-2020
1520 N Mcewan St # B
Clare, MI
 
Dennis Johnson OD
Gladwin Optometric Ctr
(989) 426-4559
300 W Cedar Ave # 3
Gladwin, MI
 
Gladwin Optometric Center Inc
(517) 426-8272
202 E Cedar Ave
Gladwin, MI
Services
Optometrist

McClintic & Mcclntc Optomtrsts
(989) 539-2020
P.O. BOX 90
Harrison, MI
 
Stephen C Mcclintic OD PC
(989) 539-2020
444 S 1st St
Harrison, MI
Services
Optometrist

John A Finn OD PC
(517) 386-3401
110 W Wheaton Ave
Clare, MI
Services
Optometrist

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Colored Contact Lenses: For A New Look

Over the last decade the contact lens industry has lived an explosion in sales and growth of lenses as they come in all shapes, size, color and design.

As much as first the idea was to offer a replacement for glasses in correcting some vision problems, lately the colored contact lens market is leaping forward and grabbing more and more of the entire contact lens market. The non-prescription lenses are appealing to all ages, from the very young to the very old, offering different colors and designs to the public.

Colored lenses can be purchased in hundreds of different color combinations and prescriptions. They can be worn daily or extended and come in disposable as well as non-disposable lenses. People spend a huge amount of money to change their appearance almost daily, buying cosmetic procedures, new clothes, new hair style and jewelry. Lately the list includes fancy designer contact lenses as well, as they can offer dramatic change or a mild change depending on the desire...

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