Contact Lenses

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There are a wide variety of brands and types of contact lenses that may be used for 1 day, 2 weeks, 1 month or longer.  Contacts can correct near & far sightedness, astigmatism & presbyopia and come in different shapes, curvatures, colors, materials & prescriptions.

  • Contact Lens Assessments and Fittings

  • Solutions for Patients With High Prescriptions

  • Contact Lenses and Supplies for New and Current Wearers

  • Urgent Care for Contact Lens Related Complications

Daily Contact Lenses

We recommend first and foremost soft daily contact lenses. This type of contact is to be worn once then thrown out after each use. Daily contact lenses are the safest, healthiest and most comfortable contact lens you can wear.  There are less reports of eye infections for those who wear dailies and patients with dry eyes report to having a better experience with comfort.

Monthly Contact Lenses

These soft contact lenses are capable of being used for 1 month. You will wear them each day, place them back into a contact lens case overnight to clean and hydrate, then place the contacts back on your eyes the next day. After 1 month, these lenses should be disposed of and replaced with a fresh set to prevent damage to your eyes.

Important Safety Note

Contact lenses are medical devices that are placed on your eyes and can correct your vision to 20/20. Contact lens wearers should be cautious and strictly follow instructions for proper care. Not doing so may cause bacterial infections that are hazardous to your eyes and sight. You should not try to “extend” the life of your contacts past the instructed period of use. We highly discourage sleeping in your contacts – even if that brand is marketed to saying you are able to (except CRT or Ortho-K). Your eyes need to take a break and breathe no matter how well oxygen flows through the contact to your eyes. You should always have a back up pair of glasses so you can give your eyes a break from contacts and also in case you are unable to wear your contacts.
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