Contact Lenses

Are you always losing your glasses? Have you thought about getting contact lenses but don’t know if they will work for you?

If you must wear glasses, you want something that expresses your personality as well as aiding your vision. It can be confusing to find the “right look” that enhances your appearance and suits your lifestyle.

The incredibly wide variety of styles to choose from can be overwhelming. We delight in assisting our clients in narrowing the choices and helping to make the decision on the style, appearance, fit and function of the perfect glasses Should you prefer to wear contact lenses, we carry quite a variety to suit your requirements.

Some of the numerous reasons to choose contact lenses over glasses: no need to constantly remove and clean glasses, ability to wear non prescription sun glasses or swim goggles, not having to constantly search for your glasses, to name a few.

There are several types of contact lenses to choose from. Once we’ve performed an eye examination and reviewed your requirements for work and relaxation, we can make a recommendation to suit you. We will guide you in making the best choice based on your needs and understanding the pros and cons of each style.

Contact lens types include:

  • Soft Lenses
  • Gas-Permeable (GP) Lenses
  • Multifocal Lenses
  • Color Contact Lenses
  • Silicone Hydrogels

 

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Whether you have dry eyes or other sensitivities, we can fit you with the best contact lens to once again make your contact lens experience a positive one

Contact lenses are simpler to use and more convenient in daily life than are glasses.

Prior to getting your contact lenses, an exam and fitting will include:

 A comprehensive eye exam

  • Contact lens measurements
  • Corneal curvature
  • Pupil and iris size
  • Tear film evaluation

Trial lenses will often be used to verify the contact lens selection. Follow-up visits are scheduled to confirm the fit and safety.

To ensure the continued well being of your eyes, it’s advisable to have a complete eye examination every year, no matter what type of contact lens you choose.

 

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