Contact Lenses

inserting contact lensesAs individuals today trend toward more active lifestyles, many are turning to contact lenses as an alternative to eyeglasses. But while contact lenses often do serve as a viable alternative, they may not be suitable for every patient.

Our eye doctors can help you to determine if contact lenses are right for you. We offer contact lens fittings for soft contact lens, daily disposable contact lenses, Freshlook colored, and rigid gas permeable lenses, as well as specialty fittings for multifocal  contact lenses, Synergeyes hybrid soft/hard lenses, patients with astigmatism and various corneal disorders, including keratoconus.

Each contact lens fitting is tailored to your individual visual needs. Our eye doctors understand that what works for some may not work for all and your feedback is an important element in the fitting process.

If you are interested in being fit with contact lenses for the first time, call our office to schedule an eye examination and our eye doctors and staff will be more than happy to assist you.

Colored Contact Lenses

Did you ever wish your brown eyes were green or maybe your blue eyes were brown?

Colored contact lenses have been around for many years, but with today’s renewed interest in fashion, they’ve since regained its popularity.

Colored lenses are available today in disposable or one day disposable lenses.  The color selection spans a broad range from traditional brown to brilliant blue.  Whether you want to enhance your own natural eye color or change it entirely to a different shade, there’s many colors to choose from.

Like any other contact lens, colored lenses are available in a wide range of prescriptions, but even those that don’t have a vision correction still require a prescription in order to purchase them.

If you’re interested in being fit with colored lenses, call our office to schedule an eye examination with one of our eye doctors.

Do I Need a Prescription to Order Colored Contact Lenses?

Yes, you do. All contact lenses, whether they correct your vision or not, they are considered medical devices and therefore require a prescription to order them. Please call our office to schedule a contact lens fitting appointment.

I have astigmatism. Can I wear contact lenses?

There are many contact lenses available today that can correct astigmatism. From soft toric contact lenses to rigid gas permeable lenses, there are many more options today than ever before.

We Ship Contact Lenses For Free

When you order an annual supply of soft contact lenses, we will have them shipped directly to your home or office at no additional charge.

We Sell Boston Contact Lens Solutions

Each kit comes with a bottle of Boston conditioning solution (3.5 fl oz), a bottle of Boston cleaner (1 fl oz), a contact lens case, and four single use vials of Boston enzymatic cleaner.

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