Contact Lenses

The epitome of convenience, comfort and health. Daily contact lenses can offer UV protection and are great for special occasions. Consider dailies for an extended trip, outdoor excursions and seasonal sports. Ideal for both full time and part time wearers as well as athletes who need their full range of vision on the field. Dailies offer a reduced risk of infections, require no nightly cleaning and serve as an excellent choice for children as young as 5, as well as teenagers and adults.

Daily Lenses

Scleral lenses, unlike traditional hard lenses, cover your whole cornea which makes them easier to wear. They can be as comfortable as soft lenses while providing a superior quality of vision. They are excellent for people with keratoconus, post-surgical complications, high astigmatism and corneal irregularities.

scleral lenses

Multifocal contact lenses provide you with the freedom from reading glasses. Their design allows your eyes to see at both near and far distances. These lenses are custom crafted to your specific sighted needs.

multi-focal lenses

Accelerated Ortho-K (AOK) contact lenses are specialty lenses that are designed to reshape the cornea (the clear front surface of your eye) overnight, much like a retainer from your dentist corrects the alignment of your teeth. This reshaping reduces and generally eliminates the need for eyeglasses or contact lenses during the day. These lenses are worn every night, although some patients get to the point of stability where they need them every second or third night. AOK lenses can be prescribed to children and teenagers whose myopia (poor distance vision) is increasing significantly from year to year. The lenses often slow the progression of myopia. AOK lenses can be an alternative for adults who desire to be free from contact lenses and glasses during the day but are hesitant about having laser surgery. The reshaping lenses act as retainers to maintain that level of vision. Glasses may be needed for reading or other part-time use. The effect of AOK treatment is temporary and reversible.  

ortho-k lenses