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Contact Lenses at Opticare Vision Center

Contact lenses offer a convenient and versatile alternative to glasses, freeing you to experience life to the fullest. Active lifestyle? No problem! Unlike glasses, contacts won't slip or fog up, letting you move with confidence. Plus, with a variety of options available, from dailies to bifocal and hard lenses, we can find the perfect fit for your eyes and individual needs.

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Personalized Contact Lens Fittings

Properly fitted contact lenses are crucial for comfortable and clear vision. Our optometrists take the time to measure your eyes and discuss your lifestyle to find the ideal lenses for you. We offer a variety of soft and hard contact lens options for all your vision needs.

During your fitting, we assess how your eyes react to trial lenses, ensuring they provide enough oxygen and move comfortably with your blinks. This process helps us determine the best fit so your contacts feel so natural you'll forget you're wearing them. For those in need of immediate solutions, we also provide same-day contacts.

Our goal is to ensure you see the world clearly and comfortably with contact lenses that fit just right, no matter your vision needs or lifestyle.

Our Contact Lenses

Every patient has unique vision needs, which is why we offer a comprehensive range of contact lens options.

Daily vs. Monthly Contact Lenses

Ideal for those who prefer the convenience of fresh lenses every day, daily contacts eliminate the need for cleaning and storage. They are perfect for individuals with busy lifestyles, occasional wearers, or those with allergies. Alternatively, designed to be worn for up to 30 days, monthly lenses are a cost-effective option for regular contact lens wearers.

Multifocal vs. Bifocal Contact Lenses

Bifocal lenses have distinct zones for near and distance vision, typically with a visible line separating the two areas. Multifocal contact lenses offer multiple prescription zones to correct both near and far vision, providing a seamless transition between different distances.

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Specialty Lenses For Unique Needs

Specialty contact lenses cater to the visual needs of patients who cannot achieve clear and comfortable vision with standard soft contact lenses. These lenses can correct irregular corneas, provide therapeutic benefits, or improve vision in cases where traditional lenses might not work.


Scleral Lenses

These large-diameter gas-permeable contact lenses rest on the sclera, the white outer layer of the eye, rather than the cornea. They create a tear-filled vault over the cornea. Here are some key points about scleral lenses:

  • Application: Ideal for conditions like keratoconus, severe dry eye syndrome, and other corneal irregularities.
  • Comfort: The size and design contribute to a stable fit, minimizing lens movement and providing exceptional comfort.
  • Vision Correction: Offers sharp and clear vision by effectively smoothing out corneal irregularities.
  • Protection: Helps protect the cornea from external environments and reduces the risk of corneal damage.

Ortho-K Lenses

Orthokeratology (ortho-k) involves using specially designed gas-permeable contact lenses worn overnight to reshape the cornea. This results in clear daytime vision without needing glasses or contact lenses to correct refractive errors like myopia.

  • Reversibility: The effects are temporary and reversible, making it a non-surgical alternative to LASIK.
  • Application: Primarily used for myopia control in children and adults.
  • Convenience: Eliminates the need for daytime eyewear, offering freedom for sports and other activities.
  • Long-Term Benefits: Has been shown to help slow myopia progression in children.

Post-Surgical Lenses

Post-surgical contact lenses assist individuals who have undergone corneal surgeries, like LASIK, PRK, or corneal transplants. These lenses aid in the healing process and improve vision quality during recovery.

  • Customization: Tailored to fit the unique shape of the post-surgical eye, ensuring optimal comfort and vision correction.
  • Healing Support: Protecting the cornea and maintaining a stable visual environment promotes healing.
  • Vision Enhancement: Helps correct residual refractive errors and irregular astigmatism following surgery.

Contact Lens Services We Provide

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    Order your contact lenses quickly and conveniently online, all from the comfort of your home. It's a seamless and efficient way to keep your eyes healthy.
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    These contact lenses provide clear vision at multiple distances for people experiencing presbyopia or those who need correction for near and far vision.
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    Gas-permeable lenses allow more oxygen to reach your eyes, keeping them comfortable and healthy while providing superior clarity and vision correction.

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