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Whether you’re a new or current patient of Family Focus Eyecare, you can make your life easier by ordering your contacts online! 

An eye exam isn’t required every time you run out of contacts, so shop online 24/7 from the comfort of your home if you need a simple refill. But, contact lens wearers should come for an annual exam so we can be sure your prescription is up to date and your eyes are healthy. 

If you need any assistance with your order, please don’t hesitate to contact our team. We’re happy to help. Please fill out the form below and we’ll get back to you to confirm your order.

Why Should I Buy Contacts from Family Focus Eyecare?

Some people might think it’s cheaper to buy contact lenses from an online bulk retailer. But that’s not necessarily the case!

Our retail prices are similar to those other online retailers. And, when you factor in our value-added services designed with you in mind, we offer a significantly better value than any online retailer can provide.

  • An ANNUAL supply of soft contact lenses
  • FREE replacements if you rip, tear, or even lose a lens
  • FREE follow-up visits related to your contact lenses within 6 months
  • FREE SHIPPING to home, office, or school
  • FREE exchanges if your prescription changes within the year
  • MONEY-BACK rebates where we do the legwork for you
  • SAVE $50 on your favorite pair of non-prescription sunglasses*

*Offer excludes any other sale/promo/insurance or package deals

Visit One of Our Locations

Columbia

We are in Westbury-1.5 miles further west from our old W. Broadway location, near Toasty Goat and the new Club Carwash

  • 725 S. Scott Blvd Suite 101
  • Columbia, MO 65203

Eldon

Our Eldon location is on Oak Street, two blocks north of the post office and between North and High Street.

  • 115 N Oak St
  • Eldon, MO 65026

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