Contact Lenses

Optometrists (ODs) keep patient records to facilitate clinical management and ensure continuity of care. These records should be comprehensive, accurate, clear, and made at the time of the examination.
When deciding on the best type of vision correction for your child, you have options to consider.
Optometrists ensure your glasses and contact lenses properly correct your vision and attend to your eye health needs, as well as suit your fashion sense.
Purchasing contact lenses online comes with risks to your vision and eye health. It is important to remember that every contact lens product is unique and designed for a particular purpose.
A large percentage of contact lens wearers cannot recall the brand name of the solution they use to disinfect their contacts.
The information below is intended as a supplement to the training and instruction you receive from your optometrist as part of a contact lens fitting program.
Below is a brief comparison of soft and rigid gas permeable (RGP) contact lenses. A thorough eye examination and a better understanding of your specific vision requirements will help your doctor of optometry determine the best options for you.
Cosmetic Contact Lenses - Be Safe, Not Sorry!
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