Contact Lenses are an alternative for hassle-free vision correction for those people with active lifestyles who have been diagnosed with a higher prescription or astigmatism. While there are varied types of contacts to choose from; including soft lenses, gas-permeable (GP) lenses, multifocal lenses, contact lenses and silicone hydrogels; each have their own advantages and disadvantages. To determine the best type of contacts for your vision needs and lifestyle, we recommend you begin with a comprehensive eye exam with Dr. Clark who will help you identify the best solution for your optimum eye health.
Are There Bifocal Contact Lenses?
Yes! People who wear bifocal glasses can also benefit from the “frame freedom” that contact lenses can provide. Multifocal or bifocal contacts come in either a simultaneous design or an alternating image design. Both come in the option of soft contacts or the more rigid gas permeable lenses. Our friendly staff can help you decide what is most comfortable on your eye and best serves you in correcting your vision.
Prescription Color Contacts
Just like glass frames can add character to your style, colored contacts can either enhance your eye color or make a dramatic change in your appearance. They come in a variety of colors and even change dark eyes to a lighter color. They come in soft contacts and do require a prescription, but that prescription can be ordered as plano (or without a correction.)