Specialty Contact Lens Doctor
Our doctors specialize in finding the perfect contact lens fit for all types of prescriptions and patients. After a thorough review of your ocular health, shape of your cornea, and evaluation of your tear production our doctors select the most appropriate lens for your vision needs. With a clearer understanding of the state of your vision, we can provide you with contact lenses that fit your eyes as well as your lifestyle. We take the time to listen to your needs and provide you with a comfortable fit you can rely on. Our doctors also specialize in complex fittings such as astigmatism, multifocal, keratoconus, Rigid Gas Permeable (also known as “hard” contact lenses), orthokeratology, corneal scleral, Night and Day wear, as well as strong plus and minus spherical powers.
Contact Lens Fitting
When scheduling your comprehensive eye examination, just let us know you are interested in contact lenses. With a few simple tests throughout your comprehensive examination, the doctor will prescribe contact lenses for your eyes. The health of your eyes and clarity of vision is our priority. Contacts can be very damaging to the eyes. Our bodies and our eyes are ever changing. Because of this, we require our contact lens patients to return each year to maintain the perfect contact lens fit for your eyes.
Learn More About Cleaning and Care
When our patients follow our care instructions, the chances of infection, abrasion and corneal insult are greatly reduced. Keep your new lenses in great shape, and reduce the risk of discomfort and redness. When you free yourself of traditional frames, you shouldn’t have to endure any pain or irritation. That is why we provide you with the information you need on cleaning, storage, insertion, and safe use.
Call us and make an appointment if you begin to experience any discomfort with your existing contacts. Don’t risk further damage to your eyes by continuing to wear contacts that cause you pain or discomfort.
Contact us today and get the right prescription for your eyes from our contact lenses doctor. We proudly serve patients in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota, and surrounding communities.
A list of commonly used lenses including but not limited to:
- Cooper Vision
- Metro Optics
- X-Cel Contacts
- Bausch and Lomb
- Vistakon (Acuvue)