Wearing contact lenses are more comfortable, more convenient, and healthier than ever before! New contact lens designs like soft bifocal lenses and astigmatic (toric) soft lenses make contact lens wear a reality for a wide variety of people. Wetter, more comfortable, materials help previous contact lens “drop-outs” wear contacts happily again. Contact lenses are available in terrific colors to brighten your eyes’ appearance, as well as specialized colors to improve sports performance!
With all the contact lens choices available, it is especially important to work with a doctor who will fit you with the best lenses for you as an individual. And because contact lenses interact directly with delicate eye tissues, it’s important for contact lens wearers to have annual eye examinations to detect problems before they threaten your successful contact lens wear, your eye health, and your vision.
One size does not fit all when it comes to contact lenses. Your eye doctor will need to take measurements to properly fit your contact lenses.
Contact lenses that do not fit properly could cause discomfort, blurry vision or even damage the eye. The contact lens fitting is done in conjunction with your comprehensive eye exam.
Types & Brands
- Astigmatism lenses (Toric)
- Colored lenses
- Multi-focal lenses
- RGP lenses
- Alcon Total Dailies 1 daily disposables
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Frequently Asked Questions
Once the dry eye condition is treated and symptoms are reduced or eliminated, contact lenses can be tried. Certain soft contact lens materials work better than others for dry eyes. Also, GP lenses are sometimes better than soft lenses for dry eye sufferers, since these lenses don't dry out the way soft lenses can.