We are experts in all types of contact lens options

We fit our patients with the latest technology in soft contact lens designs in order to ensure optimal oxygen transmission, allowing you to maintain excellent vision and comfort for a lifetime of contact lens wear.

Whether it be a daily disposable or monthly lens, single vision or multi-focal, part time wear or full time, we will work with you to find the most successful fit for your lifestyle.


Frequently Asked Questions

What is Corneal Refractive Therapy?

Non-surgical correction for nearsightedness and astigmatism

CRT is a hard contact lens that is worn at night, while sleeping, much like a retainer, and removed during the day. It allows good vision without the use of glasses or contacts by temporarily changing the shape of the cornea. It can also be used as a method for slowing the progression of myopia (nearsightedness) in young kids who are progressing quickly.

What are Rigid Gas Permeable Lenses?

RGP lenses are small, hard plastic lenses that have been used for many years to correct prescriptions with astigmatism. They used to be the preferred option due to the stable vision they provide, especially for people with higher amounts of astigmatism. However, due to their lack of comfort initially and the improved quality of soft contact lenses, they typically are not the first solution offered. In fact, scleral contact lenses are the preferred technology for anyone with high amounts of astigmatism these days.

What are Scleral Contact Lenses?

Scleral contact lenses give the excellent vision of a hard contact lens with the comfort of a soft contact due to the large diameter. They are custom, specialty lenses that require precise measurements and time but can provide clear vision for people who otherwise would not be able to achieve with standard contact lenses or glasses.

What are Soft Contact Lenses?

Soft contact lenses are by far the most commonly prescribed contact lenses. They are available in a variety of styles. We offer lenses that are disposed of on a daily, semimonthly, monthly or quarterly basis. Soft lenses can correct for most amounts of nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism. In addition, multifocal soft lenses can correct both near and far vision for those who usually wear bifocal glasses.