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Contact Lenses

Contact LensesPrior to fitting contact lenses, our optometrist will perform a comprehensive eye exam. This provides him with your most current prescription, and determines if you have any eye health problems which may affect contact lens wear.

Additionally, corneal topography is measured. This mapping provides very detailed and precise measurements of the surface of your eyes. All of this information is used to determine the best contact lens choice for your lifestyle and preferences.

Whether you are nearsighted or farsighted, or if you have astigmatism, many contact lens choices are available today. For an irregular eye surface, soft “toric” lenses or gas permeable lenses can be used. Many lenses come in a disposable or throw-away option, limiting the risk of eye health changes.

Wearing bifocal glasses? We fit many people with multifocal lenses which aid both distance and near vision. An additional option is monovision, whereby one eye is corrected for far vision, the other for near.

Other specialty lenses include scleral lenses for eye conditions such as keratoconus, post-LASIK, and corneal transplants.

Part time or full time, contact lenses can provide great vision for all your needs!