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Premium Soft & Specialty Contacts

Contact lenses offer a transformative vision experience. They allow you to see clearly without restrictions and adapt seamlessly to your needs. We offer bifocals/multifocals, toric, and disposable soft contact lenses. If you have unique vision needs, specialty contact lenses can also be a game-changer for you.

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Finding Your Ideal Contact Lens Fit

Getting the best vision correction from your contact lenses starts with a comfortable fit. This requires an eye exam with one of our experienced eye doctors.

Why Do You Need a Contact Lens Exam?

A contact lens exam is an essential step for successful contact lens wear because it helps ensure that your eyes are suitable for contacts. Your eye doctor will measure the curvature of your cornea, determine your prescription, and ask you about your lifestyle and vision goals.

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Fitting lenses to your lifestyle

Choosing contact lenses that align with your lifestyle is crucial for your comfort and overall experience. Different types of lenses offer varying features and benefits and by discussing your lifestyle with your eye doctor, they can recommend contacts that are compatible with your activities. They’ll also give you a pair to try on during your eye exam and a sample to try out at home.

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Follow up fittings

After the initial fitting, it’s essential to have regular check-ups to evaluate how well the lenses are working for you and address concerns or make adjustments. These appointments also provide an opportunity for you to ask questions, receive additional guidance on lens care, and ensure that your contact lenses continue to meet your visual and lifestyle needs effectively.

Discover the Freedom of Contact Lenses

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Daily Contact Lenses

Daily contact lenses offer convenience because they’re designed to be worn once and then thrown away. This means you don't have to worry about cleaning and storing them overnight, making them a great choice for people with a busy lifestyle or those who prefer skipping upkeep.

Bi-Weekly and Monthly Contact Lenses

Bi-weekly and monthly contact lenses are designed to be worn for an extended period before being replaced. They’re durable and more cost-effective than daily disposable types, meaning they require regular cleaning and care to maintain eye health and lens performance. If you’re looking for options that don’t need much maintenance, you can opt for extended wear contacts that offer 7 to 30 days of uninterrupted wear.

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Colored Contact Lenses

If you want to enhance or change your eye color, our selection of prescription and non-prescription colored lenses may just be what you’re looking for. These lenses come in a variety of shades and designs, allowing you to experiment with different looks for Halloween and cosplay.

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Bifocal and Multifocal Contacts

Most people over 40 lose some of their ability to see clearly up-close. This eye condition is known as presbyopia and is caused by the natural process of aging. Although reading glasses can correct age-related farsightedness, they don’t work for middle and distance vision, so you’ll have to switch between reading and prescription glasses for different tasks.

Bifocal and multifocal contact lenses are designed to provide clear vision at different distances, eliminating the need for reading glasses or switching between multiple pairs of glasses.

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Contact Lenses for Hard-to-Fit Eyes

Contrary to common belief, not everyone's eyes are easily fitted with standard contact lenses. Some people have corneal conditions that make it challenging to find suitable lenses.

Luckily, there are contact lenses specifically designed for hard-to-fit eyes caused by:

  • Dry Eyes
  • Astigmatism
  • Giant papillary conjunctivitis (GPC)
  • Keratoconus
  • Pellucid marginal degeneration
  • Post-LASIK or other refractive surgery
  • Corneal scarringPresbyopia (reduced near vision common in individuals aged 40 and over)

    These specialty lenses include options such as toric lenses for astigmatism, rigid gas permeable (RGP) lenses for irregular corneas, and scleral lenses for conditions like dry eye and keratoconus.

    If you have any of the challenging eye conditions above, consult with our eye doctor so you can enjoy the benefits of comfortable and clear vision.