Contact Lens Care

Did You Know?

Daily replacement lenses are the healthiest contact lens option for your eyes. Using your lenses one time and disposing of them is much safer than using the same lenses for two weeks or a month at a time. Daily lenses significantly reduce the risk of contact lens related eye infections.

Contact Lens Q&A

Contact lens technologies continue to advance significantly year to year. During your comprehensive exam, our doctors at First Class Eye Care will evaluate your vision and guide you through your different options and choose the lens best suited for your needs.

First-time wearer? No worries. We love introducing patients to contact lenses for the very first time. Our knowledgeable team will teach you how to insert, remove, and handle contact lenses like a pro.

The contact lens exam involves a detailed measurement of the front surface of the eye. Our doctors will use special instrumentation to evaluate your prescription, and use that unique data to recommend the best contact lens option for your eyes based on size, prescription, preference, and lifestyle. The selected contact lenses are then evaluated on the eye to assess proper fit, movement, and vision.

Soft Contact lens options:

•Toric (Astigmatism)
•Multifocal Toric
•Monovision (One Eye Distance / One Eye Near)

Specialty contact lenses such as scleral lenses are often used for “hard-to-fit” cases. Common eye conditions that may require scleral contact lenses include:

·Keratoconus / Pellucid Marginal Degeneration

·Corneal Transplant

·Dry Eye Syndrome

·Post-LASIK, or other refractive procedures

For patients with special conditions or needs, our eye doctors will evaluate your eyes and vision to identify if specialty contact lenses are the best option for you.

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