Simply contact your nearest M&S Opticians and they'll be able to book you in for a free contact lens assessment.
Yes, it's important to attend both appointmets, as they focus on different things. At a contact lens appointment, the Optician will assess your vision in your contact lenes, check the health of the front of your eyes as well as other specific elements to contact lenses. At your eye test, the Optician determines your prescription for your glasses and how well you can see with that prescription in place.
No, currently you can't join Lensplan online. If you're interested in our Lensplan scheme, please find your nearest M&S Opticians and they'll be able to assist you further.
You can not wear a lens that is cracked or damaged. You will need to dispose of the lens and wear another one. If you need a replacement please contact our customer care team.
Yes, contact lenses can be a great option for children. It gives them flexability and freedom, whether they are playing sports or studying in school.
Yes, due to the advances in technology even people with drier eyes can benefit from contact lenses.
To put the answer simply, no. Contact Lenses float on the front surface of the eye and can not get lost behind the eye.