Contacts – Fit Just for You
We’re ready to help you see clearly without glasses. If you’re thinking of trying contact lenses, we’ll assess your eyes to provide you with contacts that are comfortable and allow you to see your best.
Contact Lens Fittings & Exams
Your contact lens visit will be different from a standard eye exam. First, we examine your eyes and evaluate them for special considerations, like astigmatism or myopia. We’ll measure your corneal topography to find contacts that fit your eye’s unique dimensions. We’ll also take into consideration any issues like pupil size, dry eyes, and any contact lens preferences you might have. Using this information we can recommend the best contacts for you from our extensive list of brands.
Contact Lens Types
We offer a variety of specialty contact lenses to suit almost every eye.
Multifocal contact lens work similarly to progressive spectacle lenses. They contain prescriptions for near and distance within one lens. If you wear progressive lenses in your glasses, multifocal contact lenses could be a good option for you.
Toric lenses contain different prescriptions along the horizontal and vertical axes to correct astigmatism. They are designed to rotate to the proper orientation, providing clear, consistent vision for eyes with astigmatism.
Hybrid lenses are specially designed for those with astigmatism. If you’ve been told contacts aren’t for you because of your astigmatism, hybrid lenses could be a solution. The center of the lens is rigid and the outer carrier is made of a soft hydrogel material. The combination provides the stability of a rigid lens and the comfort of a soft contact lens, making them a great option for eyes with astigmatism.
A contact lens exam and fitting are essential for multifocal, toric, and hybrid lenses, book an appointment and allow us to find the right contacts for you.