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Specialty Contact Lenses

We understand that every patient is unique, and so are their visual needs. That's why we offer a specialized service dedicated to fitting and managing specialty contact lenses. Whether you have complex vision issues or simply want to explore new options for vision correction, our experts are here to guide you through the world of specialty contact lenses.

What Sets Us Apart:

  1. Expertise: Our experienced optometrists have a deep understanding of specialty contact lenses. They are skilled in fitting lenses for conditions such as keratoconus, astigmatism, presbyopia, and irregular corneas. You can trust us to find the perfect solution for your specific needs.

  2. Customization: We believe that one size does not fit all. Our approach is tailored to your individual requirements. We take precise measurements and consider your lifestyle to ensure the best possible fit and vision correction.

  3. Cutting-Edge Technology: We are equipped with advanced technology to assess your eye's unique shape and provide the most accurate prescription for specialty contact lenses. We stay updated with the latest advancements in contact lens technology to offer you the best options available.

  4. Range of Options: Whether you're interested in scleral lenses, hybrid lenses, orthokeratology (ortho-k), or other specialty contacts, we have a wide range of options to explore. Our experts will discuss the pros and cons of each type and help you choose the one that aligns best with your visual goals and lifestyle.

  5. Ongoing Support: Our commitment to your eye health doesn't end with the fitting. We provide comprehensive follow-up care to ensure your comfort and visual clarity while wearing specialty lenses. We are always here to address any concerns or adjustments you may need.

Conditions We Address:

  • Keratoconus: Specially designed lenses can provide clear vision and comfort for individuals with keratoconus, a condition where the cornea becomes misshapen.

  • Astigmatism: Toric lenses correct the irregular curvature of the cornea associated with astigmatism, providing crisp and stable vision.

  • Presbyopia: Multifocal or bifocal contact lenses can help individuals manage presbyopia and maintain clear near and distance vision.

  • Irregular Corneas: For conditions like corneal scarring or post-surgical complications, specialty lenses can often provide improved vision compared to traditional contacts or glasses.

  • Orthokeratology (Ortho-K): These specialized lenses are designed to reshape the cornea overnight, reducing the need for glasses or daytime contact lenses.

Discover the freedom and clarity that specialty contact lenses can offer. If you have unique visual needs or simply want to explore your options, schedule a consultation with our specialty contact lens experts at St. Rose Eye Care. We are here to help you find the perfect solution for your eyes

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