We are dedicated to our patients having a completely healthy and enjoyable contact lens experience. We take the time to educate patients in the proper care, use and maintenance of their contact lenses. Our office stays abreast of the latest advancements in contact lens technology, offering a wide selection that includes disposable, planned replacement, gas permeable, soft bifocals, colored contacts and lenses to correct astigmatism. We specialize in hard-to-fit contact lenses, and also fit patients with keratoconus and those who need prosthetic contact lenses.
As a benefit for ordering your contact lenses from our office, we will do everything we can to guarantee your success. We offer significant savings on annual supplies of contact lenses with free shipping to your home or work. We will replace lost or torn contact lenses and exchange for new boxes if your prescription changes midyear. We work closely with the major contact lens manufacturers in to supply you with the largest rebates in the industry. You can even reorder your contact lenses online at any hour of the day!
Scleral lenses are large rigid contact lenses that are custom designed and computer lathed for each individual patient. These specialty contact lenses can be a valuable visual solution for patients who are unable to see clearly with conventional glasses or contact lenses. If you have a medical eye condition such as keratoconus, ocular surface disease, corneal scarring, or corneal transplants, scleral lenses could provide the vision you need without sacrificing comfort. Because they are custom made, they require several visits to ensure the best vision and optimal fit. These lenses are made from premium lens materials to allow for maximum oxygen transmission for best corneal health and vision correction. Patients who are successful in a scleral lenses can enjoy the rewards of these lenses for many years, and their lives can be significantly improved. Please contact our office to schedule a consultation to see if scleral lenses are the right option for you.
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The two scleral lenses shown here have the exact same power, diameter, and base curve. Yet they are dramatically different because of complex proprietary specifications. Their safety and accuracy can only be assured by the prescribing doctor.