Contact Lenses

Contact Lenses

Contact Lenses

Contact Lenses

Contact Lenses


  • 40 years of experience and technology have enabled us successfully fit the most difficult cases

  • All types of contacts, many priced at or below Internet prices

  • Over 10,000 in stock enables same-day service on most prescriptions

  • Monthly / Daily disposables

  • Disposable Toric lenses...for astigmatism

  • Disposable Bifocal contact lenses

  • Disposable Monovision

Monthly or Daily Replacement

Due to their initial comfort, soft disposable contacts have become the first choice for many patients. They are available for nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, and bifocals. Replacing the lenses on a frequent basis has reduced many of the complications from the past. Overwearing, not following the recommended replacement schedule, and poor hygiene, can still cause a serious infection.


To safely fit a contact lens, curvature, diameter, oxygen permeability, material and power must to be considered. By measuring over 1000 points, corneal topography can generate a 3-D map that allows us to design the most precise fit. Tear quality, eyelid and corneal health, also need to be evaluated to ensure safe contact lens wear.

Corneal Topography gives the most accurate eye shape for the best contact lens fit. Minimizes complications. Increases first-time fitting success. Detects any unwanted distortions or warpage which would indicate a lens change.


There are many different brands and designs of disposable soft contact lenses, all made from different materials. Some are better for dry eyes, some are easier to handle, some are more resistant to deposits. Each manufacturer claims to be better than the next and does its best to ensure that their lens is recommended most. Often, a lens must be worn for several weeks to maximum vision and comfort. We have NO allegiance to ANY manufacturer, and our recommendations are soley based on what is best for the your eyes.

You'll be shown the correct way to insert and remove your contacts, and how to properly care for them to prevent infection and injury


In addition to the initial fitting, we will give you thorough instructions on lens insertion and removal, lens care, and handling. This is something patients are frequently concerned about and is easily mastered with a little practice. We will tell you what cleaning solutions to use. Not all solutions are the same, as patients can be allergic to one and not the other. If you need additional help, we will schedule more instruction sessions at no additional charge until you feel comfortable and competent.

Protein deposits from not changing lenses at the prescribed interval puts the patient at high risk for infection.


Like any medical device, contact lenses must be monitored on a regular basis. Topography is taken frequently to ensure that the corneas are healthy, and are free from distortion and warpage and that the lenses fit properly. The number of follow-up visits may vary due to the complexity of the case.

If you have any other questions please call us at (630) 984-6850 today!

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