Contact Lenses

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Daily disposables

We love daily disposable contacts! About 70% of our contact lens patients wear them.

 

There's no need to buy expensive contact lens solutions with potentially harsh preservatives and chemicals in them. You can also throw that old dirty contact lens case away. All this means we just don't see the level of problems that we typically see with biweekly and monthly disposable lenses.

 

Who wouldn't want a fresh pair of lenses every day?

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Contact lens brands

Optix Optometry uses contact lenses from the most dynamic contact lens companies:

  • Alcon - Dailies Total1, Precision1, Dailies AquaComfort Plus, Air Optix Night & Day, Air Optix Aqua, Air Optix for Astigmatism, Air Optix Multifocal, Air Optix Colors

  • Bausch & Lomb - Infuse, Biotrue 1-Day, Biotrue 1-Day for Astigmatism, Biotrue 1-Day for Presbyopia, B&L Ultra, B&L Ultra for Astigmatism, B&L Ultra Multifocal, SofLens 1-Day, PureVision 2 Sphere, PureVision 2 Toric, PureVision 2 Multifocal

  • CooperVision - MiSight 1-Day, MyDay 1-Day, Clariti 1-Day, Clariti 1-Day Toric, Proclear 1-Day, Biofinity Sphere, Biofinity Toric, Biofinity Toric XR, Biofinity Multifocal

  • Acuvue - Acuvue Oasys 1-Day with HydraLuxe, Acuvue TruEye 1-Day, Acuvue 1-Day Moist, Acuvue 1-Day Moist for Astigmatism, Acuvue Oasys, Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism

  • Art Optical - Boston and Optimum RGP materials, Intelliwave Custom Toric, Renovation Multifocal, BiExpert Multifocal

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Contact lenses for dry eye patients

Dry eyes with contact lens wear is a major problem, especially with how much we depend on digital devices. Many patients experience dryness with their contact lenses which leads to blurry vision, eye strain, fatigue and overall contact lens comfort.

 

Optix Optometry takes a different approach to fitting contacts. We've found different contact lens materials and lens styles that simply work better for our dry eye patients. That means better end of the day vision and comfort for you!

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Contact lenses for patients with astigmatism

Everyone seems to be confused by astigmatism. What is it? Does it hurt? It usually just means that your eye is shaped more like an egg than a ping pong ball. Special "toric" lenses correct the distorted vision caused by the irregular eye shape.

Drs. Steve and Stacey Beck have significant experience with these lenses and most astigmatic patients can now be successfully fit in a short amount of time.

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Bifocal and multifocal contact lenses

Bifocal and multifocal contact lenses have been somewhat of an enigma for many years. Lenses of yesteryear helped with near vision somewhat but caused significantly blurry faraway vision for driving.

There's good news! Today's multifocal soft and gas permeable contacts allow for more natural vision at all distances than ever before.

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Specialty contact lenses

Patients with irregular corneas can give us some of our most challenging situations. They can also be some of our happiest patients! The irregular shape of the front of the eye can be caused by several conditions like keratoconus, corneal dystrophies, previous eye surgery and trauma.

Our doctors are very experienced with hard to fit contact lenses. If you're unlucky enough to have an irregular cornea, you may benefit greatly from our new scleral contact lens design. Our Zeiss Atlas corneal topographer also helps make diagnosis and contact lens fitting easier than ever before.