Mountain View Eye Center

Contact Lenses

Dr. Nolan Jepsen is our optometrist who specializes in contact lenses. He enjoys educating and assisting patients who are new contact lens wearers to those who are "hard-to-fit." He takes the time to understand every patient's specific vision needs and finds the best contact lens fit for them.

Soft Contact Lenses

Soft contact lenses are the most common type of contact lenses used to correct your vision. With the latest advances in materials and designs, nearly everyone can be successfully fit with a soft contact lens.

Even if you have astigmatism or a high prescription, we can find a lens for you. We use only FDA-approved lenses made by companies such as:

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Gas Permeable Contact Lenses:

If you are currently using Gas Permeable contact lenses, do not be concerned. This modality is not going away, but continues to evolve and improve. Advances in materials and designs continue to make Gas Permeables a very viable option for everyone.

The companies that we work with to bring you the best in Gas Permeable lenses include:

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Specialty Contact Lenses

There are contact lenses in the soft, GP, and hybrid (soft and hard combined), that are utilized to achieve the best visual outcomes.

Specialty lenses include:

Toric (Astigmatism) Lenses

Contact Lenses for Keratoconus

Bifocal or Multifocal Contact Lenses


Keratoconus is the abnormal thinning and bulging of the cornea causing blurry and distorted vision. Scleral lenses are used to help reshape the cornea to achieve the best vision possible for patients with keratoconus. Dr. Jepsen enjoys assisting patients with scleral lens fits. Below are some of the companies we use to help patients with keratoconus:

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Youth Myopia Progression Control

With myopia being a very common diagnosis in kids, doctors are trying to find ways to help slow down myopic progression. Even though myopia cannot be reversed or stopped, the goal of myopic progression treatments is to keep it from worsening. Dr. Jepsen works together with kids and their parents to find the best treatment.

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Additional Contact Lens Information from:
the American Optometric Association (AOA)

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1580 West Antelope Drive
Suite 175
Layton, UT 84041


Clinic Hours:
Mon - Fri: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Optical Hours:
Mon - Fri: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm