Contact lens technology is always evolving, and now most patients can wear contact lenses as a part-time or full-time alternative to glasses. Our doctors utilize the latest soft and gas-permeable contact lenses to provide safe and healthy lens wear for patients of all ages and with all prescriptions-- from straightforward to highly complex. Contact lenses are available for part-time or full-time wear, and can correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism and are even available to those with bifocals. We utilize the corneal topographer which maps the entire surface of the cornea for an exceptional fit. All of our contact lens exams include a prescription for glasses.
If you’ve had issues with contacts in the past, scleral lenses may be a good option for you. Problems with contacts could be caused by eye disease, keratoconus, or dry eyes. It’s important to see an optometrist who can help determine the source of your problem and counsel you on whether scleral lenses might be the solution for you.
Scleral lenses are made specifically for your eye’s needs in accordance with your eye doctor’s specifications. With this customization, these lenses bring users better vision and eye health where common lens alternatives may have failed.