Contact Lenses

There are several types of contacts and selecting the right one is critical for the long term health of your eyes.  Prior to obtaining contacts it is necessary to have an eye exam completed by one of our doctors.  We are able to recommend contacts that will help you to see clearly while being comfortable.  We are your local family eye doctor that is able to treat everyone in the family.  Call 817-741-2020 to schedule your appointment or stop by the office and say hello.  We look forward to meeting you.

Doctor's Recommendations

Eye Exam
It is extremely important to have a thorough eye exam and fitting by a qualified professional. Our doctors can also provide you with tips on how to care for your contact lenses to avoid eye infections and future vision problems.

Contact Lens Types

Call us at 817-741-2020 to learn more about which contact lenses are right for you.

Silicone-Hydrogel
The newest innovation in contact lenses. This material allows for better oxygen transmission through the lens, so that the cornea is not deprived of oxygen when wearing your contacts.  Many patients find these contacts to be extremely comfortable.
Daily Wear
The most popular soft contact lens. Insert in the morning and remove at night – not meant for sleeping in.
Toric
Contact lenses for astigmatism. Options include soft lens, rigid gas permeable lens, colors, disposable and multi-focal. Expert eye doctors specialize in toric lenses because they require additional training. Our eye doctors are happy to provide patients with Toric contact lenses.
Disposable
Soft contacts with a throwaway lens that is designed for short-term use. Length of use depends on lens composition and can vary from one day to several weeks.
Extended Wear
Can be worn continuously – even when sleeping. They come in different usages from 7 to 30 days, however longer-term usage lenses are stiffer and can be prone to scratches which can get uncomfortable.
Gas Permeable
Made from harder plastic material. Though not as flexible as soft lenses, they allow more oxygen to reach the cornea. They also can be used to correct a wider variety of vision problems than soft contact lenses.

contact lenses

We specialize in difficult fits such as:

  • Gas Permeable
  • Bifocal
  • Astigmatism

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Schedule your appointment today. We look forward to meeting you.