Specialty Lenses in Clermont
If you wear specialty contact lenses and need a new prescription, or want to get your first pair specialty contact lenses, you will want to come into our Clermont Family Eyecare Center for a contact lens exam and fitting. Our expert and highly trained optometrist, Dr. Samantha Love will be able to expertly fit you for specialty lenses in Clermont
Many patients come to see our eye doctor for a specialty contact lens exam and fitting so that they will be able to benefit from wearing these contact lenses. Our patients enjoy wearing specialty contact lenses because they are comfortable to wear, and provide a wider range of vision then eyeglasses do. Today there are many types of specialty lenses in Clermont
which offer new benefits for our patients. Now there are contact lenses for patients with astigmatism and dry eye. These patients can now comfortably wear contact lenses and have excellent vision correction. Contact lenses can even be bifocal or multifocal lenses, so patients no longer need to have different pairs of eyeglasses for different types of vision correction. If you need reading glasses and distance glasses, this type of vision correction can all be contained in one pair of contact lenses.
Our eye doctor is very experienced in fitting our patients for specialty lenses in Clermont
. You can be sure that when you come to our vision practice that the contact lens prescription that you get will provide you with contact lenses which will not only be comfortable, but which will also provide you with optimal vision correction. During a contact lens exam and fitting, our eye doctor will test your eyes to see what type of refractive errors you have. Whether you are nearsighted, farsighted, or have astigmatism, our eye doctor will be able to provide you with a new contact lens prescription to have you seeing clearly once again. Your eyes will need to be measured for the curvature of your cornea and the size of your iris. Sizing information is very important, and is part of the contact lens prescription. If contact lenses do not fit you precisely, the corneas of your eyes can be damaged if the lenses are worn on a consistent basis. Your eyes will also be thoroughly examined for many different types of eye diseases including: glaucoma; cataracts; macular degeneration; diabetic retinopathy; retinal tears; dry eyes; and other problems of the cornea, macula, and retina. For an appointment to see our eye doctor for a specialty contact lens exam and fitting, contact us today.
Clermont Family Eyecare
231 Citrus Tower Blvd
Clermont, FL 34711
By Clermont Family Eyecare
July 16, 2016