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Contact Lenses


& Specialty Lenses

With many mainstream brands and specialty and hard-to-fit lenses available, we’ve got you covered. A personal evaluation will ensure your needs are met!


Been told you can’t wear contacts? Maybe you didn’t know you needed a custom one!

In addition to fitting many mainstream brands and types of soft contact lenses, we are able to fit specialty, or hard-to-fit contact lenses. Have you been told you can’t wear contacts due to high prescription, astigmatism, or because you need reading glasses? You might need a custom contact lens! Schedule a contact lens evaluation to find out if you are a good candidate.

Benefits of Contact Lenses

Contact lenses and specialty lenses provide numerous advantages over traditional eyeglasses, including:

Natural & Unobstructed Vision

With contact lenses, you can achieve a wider field of view and enjoy clear vision without the frames of glasses obstructing your peripheral vision.

Enhanced Comfort & Convenience

Contact lenses eliminate the discomfort associated with glasses, such as pressure on the nose or ears, fogging, and limited mobility during physical activities.

Aesthetic Appeal

Contact lenses offer a more natural appearance, allowing your facial features to shine while providing freedom to experiment with different looks and styles.

Corrective Options

Contact lenses can correct various refractive errors, including nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia), astigmatism, and presbyopia (age-related vision changes).

Types of Contact Lenses

Soft Contact Lenses

Made from a flexible, water-absorbing material, soft contact lenses are comfortable and easy to adapt to. They come in daily disposable, bi-weekly, monthly, and extended-wear options.

Rigid Gas Permeable (RGP)

These lenses are made from a durable, oxygen-permeable material, providing excellent visual acuity and durability. They are suitable for individuals with astigmatism or more complex vision prescriptions.

Toric Contact Lenses

Specifically designed for individuals with astigmatism, toric lenses have a unique shape and stability to correct both astigmatism and refractive errors.

Multifocal Contact Lenses

These lenses combine different prescriptions to correct both near and distance vision, making them ideal for individuals with presbyopia.

Colored Contact Lenses

These lenses allow you to change or enhance the color of your eyes, providing a subtle or dramatic transformation.


These specialty lenses are worn overnight to reshape the cornea temporarily, providing clear vision during the day without the need for glasses or contact lenses.

Fitting Process

If you’re seeking clear vision, enhanced comfort, or an alternative to not wearing glasses, we are here to assist you in finding the perfect contact lenses or specialty lenses. Contact us to schedule your contact lens fitting today!


When you visit our office for contact lenses or specialty lenses, our optometrists will guide you through a comprehensive fitting process, which includes:

1. Eye Examination

We will conduct a thorough eye examination to assess your overall eye health, determine your visual acuity, and measure your prescription.

2. Corneal Measurements

Using advanced technology, we will measure the curvature of your corneas to ensure the proper fit and comfort of your lenses.

3. Trial Lenses

Based on your prescription and specific needs, we will provide trial lenses for you to try, allowing us to fine-tune the fit and assess your comfort and vision.

4. Follow-Up Visits

We will schedule follow-up visits to evaluate your vision, comfort, and overall satisfaction with the lenses. Any necessary adjustments or modifications will be made during these visits.

Start taking care of your eye health today!
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