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Contact Lenses

Contact lenses provide welcome flexibility for individuals who require full-time vision correction. They are often the primary means of vision correction for individuals who do not prefer to wear glasses.

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Single-Use Lenses

Over 80% of our patients have begun utilizing single-use lenses.
Single-use lenses offer three main benefits:

Health

Single-use lenses have a lower incidence of infection rate when used as directed. Decreased handling, decreased use of contaminated cases or solutions, and decreased wear times help ensure a healthier set of eyes.

Comfort

Using new lenses every day decreases exposure to dirty and desiccated lenses, improving your everyday comfort.

Convenience

No longer do you have to keep up with the rigid routine of lens care each morning and evening. When the day ends, single-use lenses can be discarded.

Think about it:

If your dentist told you to coil up your dental floss and soak it in a case overnight for use the next day, you would look at him sideways. Why then would you do this with your contact lenses?

Popular Single-Use Lenses
that we fit include:

Fresh Day

Dailies Total

Bio True ONEDay

Acuvue Oasys ONEDay with HydraLuxe

Reusable Lenses

Traditional soft disposable contact lenses represent the second-most popular category of contact lens utilization. We recommend monthly lenses over two-week lenses so that you have easy milestones available to help you remember to change out your lenses on time.

Popular Reusable Lenses
that we fit include:

ULTRA

Biofinity Energys

Specialty Lenses

Specialty lenses represent several categories of lenses that address very specific needs for patients with uniquely shaped eyes or unique prescriptions. Specialty lenses allow people who may have historically had few options beyond glasses the opportunity to wear contact lenses.

Ortho-K

Ortho-K

Ortho-K lenses are gas-permeable lenses designed to mold the eye surface (cornea) while you are sleeping resulting in clear vision when they are removed in the morning. This type of lens requires a custom specialty fitting and is available for people with moderate to low amounts of nearsightedness.

Scleral Lenses

Scleral Lenses

Scleral lenses are large diameter lenses made with breathable rigid plastics. They are designed to vault over the eye surface (cornea) to avoid interaction with the surface of the eye. This offers a more comfortable wearing experience than traditional gas-permeable lenses. It is ideally suited to individuals with high astigmatism, individuals who have become unable to wear traditional gas-permeable lenses, and to people who have had complications with refractive surgeries such as LASIK and RK. This type of lens requires a custom specialty fitting and is available for individuals with a wide array of prescriptions.

Gas-permeable Lenses

Gas-permeable Lenses

Gas permeable lenses are small diameter lenses made with breathable rigid plastics. They help provide excellent clarity to people with high amounts of astigmatism (eye curvature). Because they provide a normalized surface, they are also able to help people with an irregularly shaped eye surface (cornea) or diseases that affect the cornea such as keratoconus or various types of corneal dystrophy. This type of lens requires a custom specialty fit and is available for a wide array of prescriptions. Your doctor will let you know if this is an option for you.

Multi-Focal Lenses

Multi-Focal Lenses

Multi-focal contact lenses allow individuals to see clearly at all distances. With comfort levels of contact lenses ever improving, patients are wearing contacts well past the age of the onset of near-vision impairment. With this emerging trend, contact lens manufacturers have begun to provide more and better options for these patients. Now more than ever we have options for the presbyopic patient wanting to continue contact lens usage well into their 50s, 60s, and 70s.

Toric Lenses

Toric Lenses

Soft contact lenses that correct for astigmatism are available in single-use and monthly modalities. They allow individuals with astigmatism the freedom to wear common brands of soft lenses. The availability of parameters has increased greatly over the years. If you have ever been interested in contacts lenses but have been told you are not a candidate, more options are available than ever before.

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