Many people prefer to wear contacts instead of eyeglasses. Luckily, as advances are made in the optometry field, more and more people are able to wear contacts to improve their vision.
If you are interested in getting contact lenses, it is important to let your eye doctor know since contact lens examinations are not always performed during routine eye checkups. We have to run additional tests, so we will have to schedule extra time for your examination.
During your contact lens examination, we need to know about your lifestyle and what you plan to do in your contact lenses. If you play sports or work in the dust, we need to know so that we can figure out the perfect lenses for you.
There are a lot of different options when it comes to contact lenses. You have to decide if you want daily, weekly, or monthly lenses, which depends on how often you want to change them. There are also rigid gas permeable lenses which are not disposable. They usually provide sharper vision than traditional soft lenses.
We also offer bifocal contact lenses if you need two prescriptions. This helps to correct the vision of those who suffer from presbyopia. We also offer monovision lenses, in which case you wear two different lenses. One is used to correct your distance vision, while the other corrects your near vision. There are also contacts which can change the color of your eyes.
We do recommend scheduling your contact lens examination at the same time as your routine visit. This will save you time and money.