Contact Lenses

content_Contact_Lens_in_Focus_6_A contact lens is a medical device. For this reason, a contact lens evaluation is performed for all first time wearers and existing contact lens wearers. On an annual basis, every contact lens wearer must have an annual contact lens evaluation. This evaluation is medically necessary to ensure proper fit and alignment of gas permeable and soft contact lenses. In particular, it is important to note if the contact lens is possibly damaging the cornea and surrounding ocular surface.

Contact lenses are not only used to correct your vision, we also fit contact lenses to treat medical eye conditions. These eye conditions include: keratoconus, pellucid marginal degeneration, corneal abrasions, and recurrent corneal erosion.

Due to advancements in technology, most contacts lenses prescribed today are disposable contacts. Disposable contacts may last 1-day, 2-weeks or 1-month. Disposable contacts lessen the probability of infections, promote breathability, enhance comfort and decrease dryness.

Closeup portrait of a young Caucasian woman against white backgroundWe fit the follow contact lens types:

  • Spherical disposable contact lenses
  • Toric/astigmatism disposable contact lenses
  • Multifocal disposable contact lenses
  • Monovision disposable contact lenses
  • Colored disposable contact lenses
  • 1-day disposable contact lenses
  • Rigid gas permeable contact lenses
  • Bifocal rigid gas permeable contact lenses
  • Keratoconus rigid gas permeable contact lenses
  • Hybrid soft / rigid gas permeable contact lenses
  • Prosthetic colored contact lenses (cosmetic for injured eyes)
  • Scleral specialty contacts
  • Wave contact lenses


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