There are many different eye conditions that require specific kinds of contact lenses, but finding the right kind isn’t always easy. Some eye conditions that are taken into account when your Optometrists find the perfect lens for you include, but are not limited to: astigmatism, dry eyes, Keratoconus, etc.
Comfort is a very important aspect of correcting your vision, so we are very careful and diligent to uncover your needs. We then combine our knowledge of the most advanced lens technologies available to find lenses that fit your eye properly and comfortably.
Types of Contacts
Soft Contact Lenses are typically the best option for most people. They allow the eye to breath and receive moisture, and can be helpful for people suffering from dry eye as well. Most of these lenses are disposable, so you can revive your eyes with a fresh pair of lenses whenever necessary.With so much going on in your child’s life it can be difficult to keep up with them but it’s important to make sure they can see the world in front of them as clearly as possible. Children should have their first eye exam around the age of six months. If the first exam shows their eyes are healthy, follow up with another appointment between the age of 2-3.
Toric Lenses are designed specifically for an astigmatism. They are made for both hard and soft contact lenses, which has been helpful for many people that have an astigmatism but have difficulty wearing hard lenses. Toric Lenses are the preferred contact lenses for people with an astigmatism.
Rigid Gas-Permeable Lenses are hard contact lenses that provide correction for very poor vision and conditions causing blurry vision, such as an astigmatism. The lenses provide very clear vision and will not slide on the eye as much as a soft lenses, but they aren’t as comfortable and can be a difficult adjustment. However, they are durable and can improve very poor eye sight to nearly 20/20 vision.