Ideal Candidates for Contact Lenses
Thanks to recent advancements in optometry, more patients than ever are able to wear contact lenses. Previously, patients with astigmatism, chronic dry eye (CDE), or those in need of multifocal lenses were not suitable candidates. Many contact styles are now available to accommodate patients who suffer from these conditions. We may not recommend contacts to patients who suffer from severe allergies or those with recurring eye infections.
We offer a variety of contact lens options so we can find the option that is right for you. With a variety of prescriptions available in our on-site lab, you may be able to receive your new lenses the same day.
What to Expect During Your Fitting
We perform contact lens fittings for patients who are new to contacts and also for long-time wearers during their annual eye exam. Doing so ensures an accurate and comfortable fit that can prevent damage to the eyes. At the end of your exam, your doctor will carefully measure each eye to ensure that your new contacts are of the proper diameter, curvature, and refractive correction.
Our Premium Lenses
We offer a wide selection of premium contact lenses. During your fitting, your doctor will talk to you about your preferences, lifestyle, and other related concerns. We want to provide a comfortable and effective fit, and this information will help us provide you with the right lenses. Drs. Gordon Wong and Wildon Wong have carefully selected some of the top contact lens brands for optimal protection of your eyes and improved visual acuity. Our premium brands include:
- Bausch + Lomb
For patients in need of specialty lenses, we also offer:
- Alden Optical
- Art Optical
- Carter Contact
- GP Specialist
Contact Lens Options
Many of our brands offer several different lens options, such as hard, soft, and multifocal varieties. Your doctor will help you determine which type is best-suited for your eyes following your examination. There are some minor but important differences between these lenses, including:
- Disposable soft lenses are one of the most popular options. The length of time disposable lenses can be worn ranges from just a day to a month before switching to a new pair.
- Continuous wear lenses increase oxygen flow to the eye, so you do not have to remove and clean them on a nightly basis.
- Toric lenses are soft contacts designed for patients with astigmatism.
- Progressive soft lenses are designed for patients suffering from presbyopia, and can eliminate the need for bifocals or reading glasses.
- Cosmetic lenses are available in a variety of different colors to change or enhance the appearance of your eye.
Schedule Your Eye Exam and Lens Fitting
We offer a variety of contact lens options so we can find the one that is right for you. With a variety of prescriptions available from our on-site lab, you may be able to receive your new lenses the same day. Contact our office today to schedule an appointment for your eye exam and lens fitting.