Contact Lenses

To order contact lenses from All Saints Eye Centers, please call your preferred office location. Thank you.


Our Naples, Bonita, and Fort Myers staff work with each patient to select the best contact lens options for their unique needs. Contact lenses are fit on the cornea, which is the clear window of the eye. The cornea is perfectly clear and is living tissue that needs oxygen. Our body delivers oxygen by means of blood vessels directly to the tissue, however, the cornea has no blood vessels in it thereby allowing it to be clear. The cornea gets the majority of its oxygen from the outside air around us. When a contact lens is on the eye the oxygen getting to the cornea is reduced and this is why it is so important to have contact lenses that let as much oxygen through to the cornea as possible.

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See What Our Patients Are Saying

“As an avid fisherman, golfer and building contractor I rely on my eyes a lot. Dr. Zimm helped correct my long distance vision to the point that I no longer have to strain my eyes to see the fish or watch the golf ball. They also fitted me for the right glasses to wear driving vs. out on the boat and golf course. Major improvement in quality of living!!!”


“I went for my eye exam at All Saint's and could not have been more pleased. Pia was friendly,professional, and patient with me. I did not feel rushed like I did at my last eye dr. Dr. Donaghy wasequally relaxed and through. Highly recommend!”

Catie Hart

“Just had LASIK here. The first appointment took a while, but that's because they did a lot of testing. Theyhad me scheduled the next week and they did the surgery within about 1 hour. Dr. Zimm was very nice,chill, and laid-back, which put me at eas. I couldn't get one of my eyes to cooperate, but he stuck with itand helped coach me through not moving it during the surgery.” 


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