The doctor will examine your eyes to determine the appropriate contact lens for your specific needs. A contact lens fitting includes a measurement of the curvature of your cornea, an accurate prescription, tear film evaluation, and will take into account your specific needs and requirements.
Once the contact lens selection is made, you will be taught how to handle, clean, and care for your contact lenses, including insertion and removal of the lenses. You will also be able to take them home and try them for approximately 1 week, paying particular attention to your visual demands at home and work.
When you return for your contact lens follow-up, the doctor will assess the fit and visual acuity to make sure you have the optimal treatment available. If the doctor is not satisfied with the contact lens fit or if you are not satisfied with your vision, the doctor will modify the parameters and have you wear the new lenses for another week. When the contact lens fit is correct and your vision is clear, we will then order the quantity that you and the doctor agree upon.
Never need contact lens solution again! Every day you wear a fresh new pair of lenses, making this one of the healthiest options.
These weekly or bi-weekly disposables are an excellent option for clear comfortable vision.
Easily remember when to replace your ontact lenses as these are thrown away each month.
Bifocals and multifocal wearers can now get the same crisp, clear vision through their contact lenses.
Choose from a variety of different colours to enhance or change your eye colour.
Rigid Gas Permeable contact lenses are harder lenses made of durable plastic that allow better oxygen transmissibility.
Scleral contacts are large-diameter gas permeable lenses that rest on the sclera and creates a tear-filled vault over the cornea.
Hybrid contacts are large-diameter lenses that have a rigid gas permeable central zone, surrounded by a peripheral zone made of softer silicone hydrogel.