JUST FOR YOU
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CAN I WEAR CONTACTS?
When it comes to contact lenses, you have more choices than ever before. More comfortable materials, better optics, and lenses for just about every pair of eyes.
BUT I HAVE SPECIAL EYES…
Then you’re in the right place! We fit “special eyes” of all shapes and sizes…
read below to learn more.
CAN I TRY THEM OUT FIRST?
Absolutely… In fact, we insist! During your contact lens exam, Dr. Fisher will evaluate your vision and your visual needs (the kind of work you do, what you like to do for fun) and make a recommendation. Next, she’ll fit your lenses, make sure they are comfortable, and that they fit properly. Then, you get to go home with them for a week- try them out in your real world. At your one week follow up, you can discuss any questions or problems you have with Dr. Fisher so that she can make the necessary adjustments.
Let me guess. Someone told you your eyes were too pointy to wear contacts. Or maybe you tried contacts for astigmatism in the past, and they moved around too much.
If this is your story, you should give contacts another try. Our new lenses work great for people with astigmatism.
They won’t clean their room… what makes us think they’ll clean their contacts? That’s why daily disposable lenses are a great option for kids who want to wear contacts.
Plus, if your child has never worn contacts before, Dr. Fisher will work with them one on one to make sure they learn the ins and outs of proper contact lens wear and care.
Once we’ve had our 40th birthday, our eyes begin to lose the ability to focus up close. It’s called presbyopia, and it kinda sucks. But there are some great alternatives to reading glasses, including daily multifocal contact lenses, which offer great comfort and vision at all distances.
And best of all, no one has to know you need readers.
Because you don’t.
CUSTOM & HYBRID
Some of us really do have “special” eyes.
But that’s okay, because we’ve got contact lenses for you, too.
Whether you’ve had eye surgery, corneal problems like keratoconus, or even just an interesting glasses prescription, chances are, we’ve got a contact lens for you.
Come in for a consultation and we’ll discuss all your options.