Contact Lenses

Providing complete contact lens services including eye exams, fittings, contact lens solution and orders or refills.

Our goal is to provide our patients with a full range of the Contact Lensesmost up-to-date contact lenses available. We do not limit our patient to a certain brand, but instead offer a wide variety in types of lenses to best suit our patient’s specific needs. We offer daily wear, extended wear, toric lenses, bifocal lenses, multi-focal lenses, and rigid gas permeable lenses in an array of brand names.

Some general advantages to any type of contact lenses are that they allow for an active lifestyle without the complications of steamy or fogged-up glasses and they offer good peripheral (side) vision.

Contact Lens Fitting

We take special pride in providing a thorough eye examination where the eye doctor will measure your eyes to determine which size is right for you. This includes a contact lens fitting to determine which of the many lens types will suit both the patient’s visual and lifestyle needs. Once the prescription and lens have been determined, first-time wearers will be instructed on insertion and care of their lenses. A follow-up visit will be arranged in order to insure the lens is fitting properly and that the visual goal has been met. Whether rigid or soft lenses, we are experienced in handling the most difficult of prescriptions and can have most orders delivered within 24 hours.

Corrective Contact Lenses

There are two types of contact lenses: hard and soft. Contact lenses are available in prescriptions for nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism and bifocals. Nearly 90% of those wishing to wear contact lenses are able to do so.

Conditions correctable with contact lenses include myopia (near or short sightedness), hypermetropia (far or long sightedness), astigmatism and presbyopia. Contact wearers must usually take their contact lenses out every night or every few days, depending on the brand and style of the contact. Recently, there has been renewed interest in overnight vision correction (also known as orthokeratology) correcting myopia by deliberate overnight flattening of the cornea, leaving the eye without contact lens or eyeglasses correction during the day.

Invision carries most contact lens brands including: