We Start with the Industry’s Most Precise Prescription
Many eye care practices don’t focus as much energy on contact lenses as glasses, eye exams, or other services. That’s simply not the True Eye Experts way: we believe that every service you seek from our optometrists should be carried out with compassion, attention to detail, and the best medical technology available. Our eye doctors are experts when it comes to contact lenses, and it shows in every step of our process.
Our eye doctors are experienced professionals with a commitment to making sure that your eye care takes your unique needs into account. That starts with a precise vision prescription.
You may already know that a contact lens prescription isn’t the same as a prescription for eyeglasses, but did you know that True Eye Experts has access to cutting-edge technology that can produce precise prescriptions for both?
As part of our comprehensive True Eye Exam, we use a corneal wavefront aberrometer to create a digital, 3D map of your eyes. This highly detailed view lets us provide incredibly accurate contact lens prescriptions so that you can enjoy eyewear that provides crystal-clear sight.
Choosing Your Contact Lenses
While there are a lot of contact lens options out there, most providers only carry a few different kinds of lenses. We do things differently. At True Eye Experts, we offer everything from the most popular contact lens products on the market to specialized lenses for more challenging prescriptions.
Soft contact lenses are usually the most common, affordable, and easy-to-use. Soft lens contacts can come in daily, bi-weekly, or monthly varieties.
Monofocal lenses address straightforward refractive errors.
Bifocal and multifocal lenses work for people who need a separate prescription for seeing at a distance and reading up-close.
Toric lenses are custom fit to address an eye’s astigmatism.
Because of our strong relationships with contact lens manufacturers, we can offer competitive pricing, exclusive rebates, and free shipping directly to your home. We’ll even exchange any unused lenses you have left after your annual True Eye Exam for new contacts with your updated prescription!
Scleral lenses are larger contacts designed to help the symptoms of keratoconus, including thinning and bulging in the eyes.
Ortho-K lenses are used in corneal refractive therapy (CRT), which gently and temporarily reshape patients’ eyes when worn overnight to slow the progression of nearsightedness.
Gas permeable (GP), or rigid gas permeable (RGP), contact lenses offer an alternative to traditional contacts for patients who can’t wear soft lenses for any reason.
We Carry the Most Popular Contact Lens Brands
If you know that a specific contact lens brand has worked for you in the past, we’ll make sure you can continue with that product, even if you have a new prescription. We carry all the top brands, including:
- AIR OPTIX®
- Bausch + Lomb®
“Hard-To-Fit” Contact Lens Fittings at True Eye Experts
Some of our patients have had a difficult time wearing contacts in the past, or have been told by other eye doctors that they aren’t even a candidate to wear contact lenses. To those patients, we say this: we have more highly trained optometrists and access to more specialized lens technology than most any eye care practice. Dry eye lenses, toric lenses, post-LASIK lenses, and presbyopia lenses all present their own challenges, but we know how to fit them all. Even if you’ve been told no in the past, give us a chance to find the right contacts for you.