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Contact Lenses

Contact Lenses That Fit You Perfectly

Custom/Difficult-to-fit Fit Contact Lenses

Your eye is like a fingerprint, with its own shape and unique characteristics. With more than 50 years of combined contact lens experience, doctors Srisatayasunton, Ravuri, and Matsunami have the expertise in fitting your contact lenses like a 3-D printer.

Contact lens fits include difficult/complex conditions such as keratoconus, post-LASIK or PRK, high astigmatism, corneal injury/trauma, orthokeratology (CRT), post-corneal transplant (PK or DSAEK), iris injury or post-surgical, multifocals, and more.

Contact lens types include scleral or mini-scleral rigid gas permeable lenses, hybrid (combination soft-rigid), toric and custom toric soft or rigid gas permeable lenses, hand-painted contacts, as well as standard disposable soft contacts, and rigid gas permeable contacts.

To schedule an appointment for contact lens fitting click here.

Recycle Your Disposable Soft Contacts and Accessories

Contact Lens Recycle Box

Recycle your contact lenses, solutions, blister packs, and cases by dropping them in our Terracycle recycling box located in our office.

We offer recycling of your soft contact lens boxes, cases, and all blister packs through TerraCycle. Until 2017, recycling for contact lenses was unavailable. This resource is now offered free at Broadway Vision in the Seattle Metro area. Simply place the discarded items in a plastic trash bag and either mail it to us, or drop it by during office hours.


You’re busy, so we stock many daily and monthly disposable soft contacts. You won’t have to wait for them. For non-inventoried contacts, reordering contact lenses is made easy. Simply call our office at (206) 464-0472.

And yes, your contact lenses will be delivered directly to your mailbox, or pick them up if you’re nearby.

Competitively Priced

Our contact lens prices are constantly updated and match or beat competitive prices found elsewhere. Also take advantage of fantastic manufacturer’s rebates that are available only at Vision Source offices. Click here for more information on rebates.