Our eye care clinic provides the latest in contact lens technology. If you have previously been told that you can’t wear contact lenses, let us know!
Our eye doctors have vast experience in even the most challenging contact lens fittings. We have helped many patients with astigmatism, patients who need bifocals, and patients with medical eye conditions requiring specialty contact lenses. It is a common misconception that all lenses are the same. Most people don’t realize that there are many lens materials and designs. The quality of these lenses can make a significant difference in the quality of vision.
Better Design and Quality Means Sharper Vision
The better the design and the higher the quality contact lenses, the sharper the vision! Because we want all of our patients to see their very best, will always recommend the best lens for the patient’s needs.
The contact lens industry has continued to grow and develop new technologies. There are newer lens materials and designs today that can provide better comfort and improved visual performance than their predecessors. If it has been a few years since you last tried contact lenses, or if you have never tried them, ask us about it! There very well may be a new lens option that will work for you.
Contact Lens Accessibility
The accessibility of contact lenses today has made many people less aware of the risks and responsibilities of contact lens wear. Our eye doctors and staff take the time to educate our patients, existing and new wearers alike, in the proper wear and care of contact lenses.
Medically Necessary Contact Lenses
There are certain ocular conditions in which a patient will actually see significantly better with contact lenses than with eyeglasses. For example, patients with keratoconus or patients who have had a corneal transplant, often have an irregular ocular surface. This irregular surface may prevent full vision correction with eye glasses. In these cases, specialty, custom designed lenses can often be fitted to provide optimal visual acuity for the patient.