A good pair of contacts on our eyes should go together Simon & Garfunkel, McCartney & Lennon, Sonny & Cher — you get where we’re going with this. To get that musical match between contacts and eyes, we analyze the best fit through a data-driven process.

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Vision Testing

Your contact lens prescription will be different from your glasses prescription and it can change over time

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Measure Cornea

Precise, personalized measurements are key to a comfortable fit & clear vision.

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Assess Eye Health & Tears

Dry eyes, allergies, or eye diseases may mean contacts aren’t right for your eyes. You may need to consider specialty lenses or treatment of symptoms.

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Discuss Contact Options

Will you wear contacts daily, at work, for sports, or just for special occasions? Your eye doctor can help you decide on the right type of lens for your vision and lifestyle.

Learn to Wear Contacts

Your eye doctor will teach you how to insert & remove your lenses and give you important tips to avoid infections & scratches from your contacts.

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Find the Perfect Fit

Contacts are medical devices and it can be a process to find the right fit with your optometrist. It might take more than one appointment to discover the perfect fit for your eyes — but it’s worth it.

Types of Contact Lenses

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Specialty Contact Lenses

Specialty lenses are customized, crafted molds that give patients a high level of visual performance and comfort. One example is a scleral lens, which is used in situations where irregularities in the shape of the cornea make it virtually impossible to fit a standard lens. Another common option is orthok-k lenses, which are hard corneal molds worn at night. These gently reshape the cornea, providing clear vision for patients who struggle with myopia (nearsightedness), astigmatism, or a changing prescription.

Corneal Disease

Many ocular conditions can make it difficult to wear standard contacts. Those include: Keratoconus, Corneal scarring, Dry eye syndrome, Pellucid Marginal Degeneration, Giant Papillary Conjunctivitis (GPC), Post-LASIK, or other refractive procedure Astigmatism. Our eye doctors will check your eyes thoroughly to identify which specialty contact lenses will give you the best fit.


Interested in a nonsurgical treatment of seeing without glasses or contacts? Learn more about ortho k!

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