Contacts come in soft and hard lenses. They are small plastic or silicone discs that float on a film of tears in front of your cornea.
These lenses can correct a number of vision problems. You'll need a thorough eye exam, of course, to determine what will need correcting. Trial contact lenses provided for guaranteed quality vision and comfort. Instruction on insertion, removal, and care provided to new wearers at no additional charge.
If you'd like to try wearing contacts or if you already do, it's time to see the eye doctor and get prepared.
Contacts may be corrective, cosmetic, or be prescribed following cataract surgery. You'll learn that proper lens care to avoid eye problems is important no matter why you chose them.
- A thorough eye exam is required
- Contacts can correct nearsightedness
- Astigmatism may require custom lenses
- Farsightedness may be corrected
- Presbyopia may be corrected
- Bifocal lenses have been developed
- They may be used by those having had cataract surgery, but are unable to have a lens implanted
You're worried about genetic glaucoma or other eye problem a parent had. Or maybe you think your vision is worsening and you just haven't had time for an eye exam. Don't wait - Blaha Elina S OD is so convenient. Call or stop in to make an appointment.