Many of our patients come to us because wearing contact lenses has been a challenge for them. And although the cause varies with each individual, our dedication to finding comfortable solutions for your eyes remains a constant. In order to do this effectively, we create tailor-made solutions for each patient.
We utilize advanced diagnostic and fitting systems for all our patients — whether your contact lens needs are rudimentary, complex or somewhere in-between. From daily disposables, to contact lenses that are custom designed, we look closely at your daily life and visual demands to ensure you receive contact lenses that best fit your needs — and your eyes.
What Kind of Eyes do you Have?
Let’s take a look at the major eye types, and your personal preferences, to see where you are on the spectrum. If you fit into more than one category, that’s OK, we can help you!
If you have dry eye syndrome you may be experiencing itchy, watery, tired, burning eyes, or blurred vision. Many people are unaware that there are contact lenses that can aid with dry eye, and keep one’s eyes moist and comfortable. If you have dry eye syndrome, we can explore if one of these types of contact lenses is right for you.
Astigmatism (Misshaped Eyes)
Astigmatism is when your eye is warped in shape, giving a different prescription in different areas of your eye. There are two types of astigmatism: the first is where the warpage of the eye is even like an egg or spoon. The second astigmatism is where the eye is irregularly shaped like a bumpy road — with no uniformity. Causes of irregular astigmatism include keratoconus, surgery and eye trauma. We specialize in irregular astigmatism, helping patients find comfortable contact lenses.
Irregular Eyes from Surgery, Trauma or Diseases Like Keratoconus
This can be caused by a Lasik surgery, eye injury, corneal transplant, ectasia or keratoconus. Our team helps patients with these conditions find comfortable contact lenses every day.
Need Bifocals or Multifocal Lenses
If you’re wearing bifocals or multifocal glasses, we can provide you with bifocal or multifocal contacts! Many of our patients didn’t even know these existed until they stopped by our Contact Lens Center.
Don’t Want to Wear Glasses or Contact Lenses
If this sounds like you, we can discuss sleep shaping, orthokeratology, corneal reshaping therapy (CRT), corneal reshaping, or vision shaping treatment (VST)