Specialty and custom contactsContact Lenses
A properly fitted contact lens is a wonderful thing.
Contact lenses are not one size fit all, and taking all the proper measurements goes a long way in determining an ideal fit. We perform testing that measures the size, curvature, and even the individually unique topography of your eye. Together with some questions about your lifestyle and hobbies, we can select the best place to start. Once those first lenses are on your eyes, we’ll check how effectively they correct your vision and how perfectly they match the shape of your eyes. At that point, if everything looks great we will ask you to test drive them in real life.
Asking for your views and feedback is important to us since we know your drive home from work or day in front of the computer doesn’t always look like an eye chart. Checking back after wearing lenses also allows us to see how the lenses affect the health and comfort of your eye. With tons of options and even fully customizable lenses available — if you want — we can get you to where you want to be.
If you've never worn contacts before, then you've found a wonderful place to start! You'll need the right prescription, the right fit, and an explanation of how to make it as easy as possible. Getting any of these wrong can lead to giving up contacts or, worse, persisting in wearing the wrong contacts. Let us help you get every customized step to success lined up, so that you can get started with the best contacts for your needs. Learn more about how to get started with contact lenses.
Whether you’ve worn contacts for years or have never been able to make them work, we have good news. There’s a good chance you could see better with the right pair of contacts. Contacts underperform (or don’t get a chance to perform at all) because it takes an expert level of care to customize them to the exacting and unique characteristics of your eye. The days of “one size fit all” are long gone, and we couldn’t be happier to show you how good that news can be for you.