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Contact Lens

Wearing contact lenses has never been easier or more comfortable. With advancements in contact lens designs like soft bifocal lenses and astigmatic soft lenses, more people qualify as contact lens wearers than ever before. New materials are wetter and more comfortable enough to convince contact lens “dropouts” to try again. Contact lenses come in a variety of colors to brighten your eyes or improve your sports performance.

With all the new lens options available, it’s vital that you work with a doctor to help you determine the best lenses for your specific needs. Additionally, because contacts touch delicate eye tissues, you need to have annual eye exams to detect problems early so they don’t threaten your eye health or your vision.

Contact Lens Fitting

Contact lenses are not one size fits all. Your doctor needs to take measurements to ensure your lenses fit properly. If they don’t fit properly, they could do more than cause discomfort; they could blur your vision or even damage your eye. Get a contact lens fitting as part of your comprehensive eye exam.

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Types & Brands

We fit:

  • Astigmatism lenses (Toric)
  • Colored lenses
  • Multi-focal lenses
  • RGP lenses

We carry:
  • Alcon Total Dailies 1 daily disposables

Contact Lens Services DOCTORS

Frequently Asked Questions

Can people with an astigmatism wear contacts?
Yes. There are lenses that are specially designed to correct astigmatism. They are called “toric” lenses. Most are soft lenses that have different corrective powers in different lens meridians. Special design elements keep the lens from rotating on the eye to ensure the varying corrective powers stay properly aligned.
If I have dry eyes, can I wear contact lenses comfortably?
First, we need to treat your dry eyes by either prescribing artificial tears, medicated eye drops, or nutritional supplements. Your doctor might also perform a punctal occlusion procedure to prevent tears from draining away from your eyes.

After we have the dry eyes properly treated and your symptoms are manageable, you can try contact lenses. Some soft contact lens materials work better than others for dry eyes. Sometimes GP lenses are better for dry eye sufferers since they don’t dry out the way soft lenses can.
Is it okay for me to wear contacts if I have presbyopia?
Yes. There are now a variety of bifocal and multifocal contact lens designs to correct presbyopia. Another option is to talk to your doctor about monovision. Monovision involves wearing a contact lens in one eye to correct distance vision and one in the other eyes that corrects near vision.
Is it necessary to have an eye exam to be fitted for contact lenses?
Yes. The doctor performs a comprehensive eye exam to determine your prescription and rule out any eye health problems or other issues that might interfere with you wearing contacts. If everything looks good in your eye exam, the next step is a contact lens consultation and fitting.
How do I know if I’m eligible for a contact lens fitting?
Call our office to schedule a consultation if you’re interested in wearing contact lenses. Even if you’ve been told in the past that contacts are not for you because of certain conditions, we may be able to help.
How often should I have my eyes examined after I receive my contact lens prescription?
You should have your eyes examined at least once a year to ensure your eyes remain healthy and continue to tolerate contact lens wear.