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.
Types & Brands
- Astigmatism lenses (Toric)
- Colored lenses
- Multi-focal lenses
- RGP lenses
- Alcon Total Dailies 1 daily disposables
Contact Lens Services DOCTORS
Frequently Asked Questions
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.