Contact Lenses and Specialty Contact Lenses
Get Contact Lenses in Dallas
Over 30 million Americans wear contact lenses. Unlike glasses, contact lenses move with your eyes so you can enjoy a larger field of vision with fewer distortions. You also don’t have to deal with frames hovering in your peripheral vision or external lenses that fog up on cold days or get wet in the rain.
What are the different types of contact lenses?
There are many different kinds of contacts, including rigid and soft, extended wear, daily disposable and planned replacement lenses. Some can be made as bifocals or in different colors. After a thorough eye exam and consultation, we can discuss which type of contacts meet your needs. All contact lenses require special care and cleaning. You’ll need to make regular follow-up visits to ensure your eyes remain healthy.
Am I a good candidate for contact lenses?
If you have been treated for any of the following: keratoconus, ectasia, post-laser eye surgery, post-RK surgery, corneal transplant surgery, injured eyes, corneal deformities, and severe dry eyes and do not have an adequate vision then specialty contact lenses should be considered. Our doctors specialize in fitting these complex cases using a variety of specialty lenses including scleral lenses.