Considering contacts? Tired of wearing glasses?
Are your contact lenses still comfortable?
Contact Lens Fittings
We specialize in colored contact lenses and contact lenses for astigmatism. From subtle to dramatic, let our color experts define your eyes.
A contact lens fitting includes a trial pair of lenses to test your comfort and vision with the contacts.
Effects of Lifestyle and Comfort
Part of our mission is to have you find the best fit of contact lenses. This begins with Dr. Emerson looking at your eye structure as well as discussing your lifestyle and level of comfort. Discuss with our technicians and doctor your usual activities while wearing contacts.
If you are new to having contact lenses, our staff will guide you through the process of determining your best lens wear.
Contacts become uncomfortable to wear? Come in to determine other more comfortable contact lens options.
Contact Lens Options
Our doctor and staff are thorough in determining your options and the best type and brand of lenses for you.
- Disposable Contact Lenses -Daily disposables are considered the best for the health of your eyes because you are putting a new lens in every day. This is a great option for kids playing sports, persons with allergies and those with dry eyes. Daily disposable lenses can be replaced daily, every 2 weeks or monthly. They are more popular and help maintain healthier eyes being less prone to causing infection.
- Astigmatism Contact Lenses - Too often, people mistakenly believe they can't wear contact lenses because they have astigmatism. The truth is, today there are plenty of excellent options for correcting astigmatism with contact lenses.
- Colored & Clear Contact Lenses - Providing both options for those who want their natural eye appearance or a different eye color choice.
- Multi-Focal and Bi-Focal Contact Lenses - New multifocal contacts are designed each year for people with presbyopia, a natural condition brought on by age, where the eye's natural lens stiffens and loses some ability to focus well on close objects.
We Partner with these Contact Lens Providers
Alcon® is the first company to develop and commercialize silicone hydrogel (SiHy), a highly breathable contact lens material that allows up to six times more oxygen to pass through to the eye for less drying and maximum wear.
Bausch & Lomb
Bausch + Lomb has one of the oldest, best known and most respected healthcare brands in the world. Using revolutionary new technologies and innovative materials, Bausch + Lomb contact lenses are designed to correct a wide range of refractive errors. Contact lens brands by Bausch + Lomb include PureVision®, SofLens®, Biotrue®, Silsoft® and Optima®.
Since 1980, CooperVision has been providing contact lenses to people all over the globe. In fact, we conduct business in over 100 countries throughout the world. Whether you wear contacts or you’re an eye care provider, we’re here to help you.
Ever since VISTAKON® changed vision correction in 1988 with the world's first soft disposable contact lenses. They pursued new technologies and the higher quality standards. Their ACUVUE® Brand Contact Lenses are worn by many people globally.
Vistakon® is part of Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Inc. It’s fostered a dedication to search for new materials, new formulations and fresh ways to bring patients clearer vision, more comfort and healthier eyes.
Training & Educating
After your contact lens exam, we educate and train you in trying on lenses so you practice before you return home with them.
For new wearers, or for those who feel they could use a refresher course, we offer a complimentary lesson with an experienced contact lens expert who will show you how to correctly insert, remove and care for your new contact lenses in a private and relaxed, no-pressure atmosphere.
Trial lenses are also usually available through our contact lens providers. Ask our office for more details.
Ordering & Reordering Lenses
Having your contacts ordered for you is simple after you have been examined.
Re-filling contacts is easy through our updated system.
We want you to have lenses you can afford and that are safe for you.