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Welcome to MJM Contact Lens Specialists
Your Licensed Opticians in Vancouver, BC.

Call us at (604) 684-3212 today.

Welcome to MJM Contact Lens Specialists. Established February 1980, MJM has been providing high quality contact lens fitting and eyeglass services for over 39 years. With their combined years of experience, Jane Marr and Michael Heavyside have been providing their clients with the very best in contact lenses and prescription eyewear. You can rely on their expertise to help you find just the right contact lens regime or the perfect pair of glasses.

Their years of fitting gas permeable and speciality contact lenses and their on-site gas permeable hard lens modification laboratory, has enabled them to master the fitting of astigmatism, kerataconus, corneal graft and post corrective surgery. They offer a full range of soft contact lens products as well. Their knowledge of lens fitting has garnered them many referrals from eye surgeons from across the province. If you have found it difficult to find the right contact lenses you owe it to yourself to make an appointment with MJM.

At MJM Contact Lens Specialists, we are dedicated to providing high-quality services in a comfortable environment. Call us at (604) 684-3212 or schedule an appointment today online.

Vancouver Certified Opticians | MJM Contact Lens Specialists | (604) 684-3212

201-1030 West Georgia Street
Vancouver, BC V6E 2Y3


Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I have gone only to MJM since 1980 as I have been so impressed with their attention to detail, their professionalism and their wonderful office staff. Indeed I have recommended them to my physician and dentist friends who have had similarly great experiences..."
    Dr. Tony Sehon, M.D - Vancouver, BC

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