Discover Your Glasses-Free Style
Are you looking to break out of the borders of your eyeglasses? We can help.
We all love our eyeglasses, but keeping them clean and undamaged can be a tall order for some—especially if you have a young, on-the-go family.
Contact lenses can be a fantastic way to achieve clear vision without maintaining and protecting traditional eyeglass frames. We help by examining your eyes to determine your needs and fitting you for a pair that supports visual clarity and eye comfort.
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Are Contact Lenses Right for You?
Though many people can wear contact lenses, certain eye conditions may affect what type of contacts you wear and if they’re right for you.
We can determine if you can wear contacts during a comprehensive eye exam. During the exam, we identify potential issues and determine your lens prescription.
Contact Lenses May Not Be for You if:
- You have dry eyes
- You have severe allergies
- You have certain eye conditions, like blepharitis
- You have unstable, consistently changing vision
- You live or work in dry, dusty environments
Types of Contact Lenses
Finding contact lenses for you is all about your lifestyle and vision needs. Whether it’s multifocal contacts for presbyopia or myopia control contact lenses for your child, we take the time to recommend what’s best for each situation.
Once we’ve found a match for your eyes, we’re here to guide you through everything you need to know to keep your lenses in top shape.
Daily Contact Lenses
Daily contact lenses are worn each day and are easily disposable, meaning they don’t have to be taken out and cleaned like other types of contact lenses.
Daily contact lenses offer an easy, hassle-free option for people who want to enjoy seeing clearly without worrying about cleaning or removing their contacts.
Multifocal Contact Lenses
Multifocal contact lenses are designed to correct presbyopia, which affects the ability to focus on objects at close range. These lenses are available in soft and gas-permeable materials, providing clear vision for both near and far distances.
With multifocal contact lenses, patients can see clearly for a range of distances without switching between eyeglasses or contact lenses.
Myopia Control Contact Lenses
Myopia control contact lenses, such as MiSight, are designed to slow the progression of nearsightedness in children.
MiSight contact lenses are similar to multifocal lenses. By using multiple prescriptions, these contact lenses focus light in a way that helps reduce myopia progression in kids.
Learn more about this condition when you visit our myopia control page.
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