Clearer Vision Without Glasses
If you’ve worn glasses in the past but are looking for an alternative that allows for more freedom in your day-to-day life, contact lenses may be right for you. Contact lenses come in a variety of designs, helping to fit even the most difficult eyes.
Our team is dedicated to finding the right type of lenses for your eyes. Explore the possibilities of contact lenses today!
What Happens During a Contact Lens Exam?
To find the right type of lens for your eyes, we’ll use a contact lens exam to test different brands and fits. This test is crucial for keeping your eyes healthy and comfortable while you wear your lenses.
During your visit, we’ll typically discuss and test the following:
Specialty Contact Lenses
We want all of our patients wearing contact lenses to be comfortable and see clearly throughout the day. Our doctors are experts in contact lens fittings and achieving the best vision for each and every one of our patients. In addition to astigmatism and multifocal lenses, our doctor’s are skilled in the art of RGP and specialty Hybrid lens fittings.
Multifocal Contact Lenses
Multifocal lenses can help patients see clearly at numerous distances. Each lens has multiple correcting powers. When the eye needs to see at different distances, it can use different parts of the lens.
Multifocal contact lenses come in both soft and rigid lenses, depending on each patient’s eyes.
Toric Contact Lenses
Toric contact lenses are designed for patients with astigmatism. These lenses can help correct the effects of astigmatism by having a different curvature than regular contacts and different prescription strengths within the lens.
If you suffer from astigmatism, toric contact lenses may be the lenses for you.
Monovision Contact Lenses
Monovision contact lenses are similar to multifocal lenses in that they help patients see clearly at near and far distances. However, monovision lenses don’t help both eyes see all distances.
One eye is often given a lens to focus at distances, and the other is given a lens to focus nearby. Between these two lenses, patients can enjoy clearer vision.
Rigid Gas Permeable (RGP) Contact Lenses
SynergEyes hybrid contact lenses transform the vision for patients with astigmatism, presbyopia, and irregular cornea conditions. Since the first generation of hybrid lenses came to market in 2005, the company has continued to develop and deliver advancements in hybrid contact lens technologies. Generation 2 lenses combine new high-Dk materials with more comfortable, vision-optimized designs. In 2015, several new products expanded the vision possibilities for patients that will benefit from this leading technology.