Types of Contact Lenses
There are contact lenses to suit almost every vision need nowadays. Although most patients wear soft disposable lenses because of convenience and ease of care, there are many other options:
We will train you on all you need to know about handling and caring for your contact lenses. We have provided some handy videos above in case you forget anything you were taught.
If you want freedom from glasses or contacts during the day, consider an orthokeratology fitting with one of our residency trained doctors. If you have keratoconus or are looking for specialty lenses for corneal disease or complex vision needs, read more here.
And remember to NEVER wear your contacts if your eyes are red or irritated, phone us at 403-440-1234 if you have any questions. We can usually see you the same day if you have any pain or urgent issue.