vision care

SUPERIOR SERVICE


Baden Optical and Wellesley Optical is dedicated to providing friendly, personalized and 1 on 1 service at the best prices in town. We're proud of the many repeat customers and referrals that we've enjoyed over the years. Come on in and see about what we have to offer.

Helping you see clearly is our primary goal at Baden Optical/Baden Optical Goderich and Wellesley Optical, but we also want you to look good too! We can bring you both style and comfort with the latest frames from leading brand names like Brand Name Designer Frames ....no compromising....no insurance..No Problem !!!!

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OUR SERVICES


Eyeglasses and contact lenses
One-hour prescriptions
On-site eye examinations
Designer frames and eyeglasses
Bifocals
Progressive lenses (Digital FreeForm !!)
Single vision lenses
Specialty lenses (Double D Bifocals, Occupational Lenses)
Repairs
Adjustments
Prescription sunglasses
Children’s eyeglass
3 Locations for convenience !!

As a family owned business catering to your unique needs and budget, Baden Optical/Baden Optical Goderich and Wellesley Optical have become the preferred eye care provider for KW, Wilmot and Wellesley, Goderich/Clinton/Bayfield/Kincardine and the surrounding areas.

CONTACT LENSE TIPS


Inserting and Removing your Contact Lens: Easier Than You Think!

Most contact lens wearers laughingly remember struggling in front of a
mirror the first time they tried to insert or remove their lenses. As they
soon learned, inserting contact lenses follows the old saying - with
practice comes perfect.

For everyone from first time contact lens wearer to experienced contact
users, here are a few helpful tips to show you how to properly insert and
remove your contact lenses:
Inserting Your Lens

   - Place the lens on the end of your clean, dry index finger
   - Using you other hand, pull and hold your upper eyelid so you cannot
   blink
   - Pull you lower lid down with the middle finger of your inserting hand
   - Look up and gently place the lens on the lower white part of your eye
   - Look down so you can position you lens correctly
   - Slowly release your eyelids
   - Close your eyes for 10 seconds
   - Now blink several times. This will help the lens center itself on your
   eye.
   - If the lens is uncomfortable, it may be because of small dust
   particles trapped behind it during placement. If this should happen, simply
   slide the lens with a finger off to the side of your eye and then back.

Removing your Lens

   - Before doing anything, ensure that the lens is centered in your eye
   - Look up and pull down your lower eyelid with the middle finger of your
   inserting hand
   - Now, bring your index finger close to your eye until it covers your
   field of vision
   - Touch the lower edge of the lens and slide it down to the lower white
   part of your eye
   - Gently squeeze the lens between your thumb and index finger
   - Now remove the lens from your eye
   - Follow the lens care regimen recommended by your eyecare practitioner.