A few types of contact lenses we fit
Daily Disposable Contact Lenses
This is rapidly becoming the most common contact lens modality because they are the healthiest are the most convenient contact lens option.
Frequent Replacement Contact Lenses
These include contact lenses that are replaced on a regular replacement schedule such as every month.
Bifocal Contact Lenses
These contact lenses have a prescription for both distance and near vision so you don't always have to pull out reading glasses for near work.
Toric Contact Lenses
Toric contact lenses are lenses that correct for astigmatism. These lenses have improved significantly in the last couple of years so if you tried them in the past without success, you may wish to give them another try.
Rigid Gas Permeable (RGP) Contact Lenses
These lenses are smaller in diameter than soft contact lenses and have the advantage of providing slightly better vision than the soft lenses; however, they are not as comfortable as soft lenses and are more likely to pop out during contact sports.
Scleral Contact Lenses
These lenses provide the comfort of soft contact lenses and the clarity of gas permeable lenses. These are a specialty contact lens most often used for patients with significant corneal irregularity from either an eye injury or eye disease.
Prosthetic Contact Lenses
These are contact lenses that are hand painted with an iris, the colored part of the eye. They are used when patients have had an injury to the eye and the iris is damaged. These contact lenses are painted to match the color of the patient's other eye. Not only do these lenses help with cosmetics, they are very functional as they help regulate the light coming into the eye, which provides for better vision.