Contact Lens Fittings:
Contact Lenses have become extremely popular with an estimated 40 million adults wearing contact lenses. They are convenient, offer a natural look and can correct your vision with a proper contact lens fitting and prescription. The technology is becoming so advanced that contacts are providing patients with an exceptional level of comfort never achieved before with thinner profiles and water base materials. If you wear contacts, visit us to receive a contact lens fitting and your professionally recommended contact lenses for your vision and lifestyle.
Q: How many people in the United States wear contact lenses?
A: An estimated 40.9 million U.S. adults wear contact lenses.
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Many people are unaware that contact lenses are considered medical devices, which can correct your vision but should always be fitted by a professional. Although contact lenses are increasing in popularity, many contact lens wears may be increasing their risk for complications because of not properly wearing contact lenses and caring for their contacts.
Schedule your professional contact lens fitting with our optometrists.
Q: How many people in the United States get eye infections each year?
A: Nearly a million eye infections that require a trip to the doctor or hospital happen each year, many of them related to improper contact lens use.
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Contact Lens Fitting
- 1 in 6 adults wears contact lenses
- There are a large range of comfortable astigmatism contact lenses available
- Patients with multifocal prescriptions can now get multifocal contact lenses
- Color Contacts can be ordered with or without a prescription!
According to the CDC:
An estimated 40.9 million U.S. adults wear contact lenses, and many could be at risk for serious eye infections because of poor contact lens wear and care behaviors.
It’s important to have a professional contact lens fitting with a doctor of optometry to avoid your risk of developing any of these issues!
Our optometrists and professionals can ensure the perfect fit with your contact lenses. Not all brands are created the same, and certain contact lenses can offer advantages specific to each patient. During a contact lens fitting, our optometrists will measure your corneal curvature to ensure the best fit.
Caution: We highly advise against purchasing contact lenses online without a proper fitting. Glasses a prescription only provides certain parameters of your requirements and does not address the actual fit of the lenses. Contact lenses are a medical device and should only be fitted by professionals. Without a proper fitting, contact lenses can cause permanent damage to the cornea.