Clear, Comfortable Contacts
Contact lenses can be a great alternative if you don’t want to wear glasses. They offer a more natural vision that isn’t as affected by weather conditions. Whatever the reason for wanting to switch to contacts, we can help.
Visit us in Baytown for all of your contact lens needs.
What Can You Expect During Your Appointment?
Your contact lens exam is similar to a comprehensive eye exam, and we’ll use extra care to assess your ocular health. Your exam will include a discussion about your lifestyle, current eye conditions, and other relevant factors.
We’ll review your eye’s surface using available technology, such as corneal topography, to look for any abnormalities that may be present. Our team will work with you to determine the most appropriate contact lens options.
After fitting you with your chosen lens, we’ll follow up to ensure your contacts are effective and fit comfortably. We can make necessary adjustments if you aren’t satisfied with the final product.
Types of Contact Lenses
We have a wide variety of contact lenses to choose from. Depending on your vision needs, you can receive contact lenses with a daily, bi-weekly, monthly, semi-annual, or annual replacement schedule. Our team has the knowledge and expertise to recommend contact lenses that meet your unique needs.
Soft Contact Lenses
Soft contacts are one of the most popular lens choices available. They improve your vision while remaining comfortable, making them an ideal choice for someone new to contact lenses. The material of soft contacts allows oxygen to pass through and helps keep your eyes healthy.
Rigid Gas Permeable Lenses
Rigid gas permeable contacts are more durable than soft lenses. These contact lenses keep their shape when you blink, offering clearer vision.
Hybrid contacts offer a mix of soft and rigid gas permeable lenses. They feature a rigid gas permeable center while the outer material of the lens is soft. Combining these materials provides you with crisp and clear vision without sacrificing comfort.
Scleral lenses have a larger diameter, making them rest on the “whites of your eye,” the sclera. These contact lenses vault over the cornea and offer greater comfort, durability, and easier handling. Scleral lenses are beneficial if you have dry eyes due to the fluid reservoir that the lens creates, helping the eye’s surface stay moist.
We have many types of contact lenses available based on your needs. Whether you are looking for style or function, we can find the best lenses for you. Our specialty contacts include colored cosmetic contact lenses, transition lenses, and contact lenses designed to help manage myopia progression.
Find the Right Contact Lenses for Your Needs
Regardless of the type of contact lenses you require, we’re here to help ensure they fit well and feel great. If you’re new to contact lenses, we can answer any questions you may have. Visit us for an appointment, and we can help meet your contact lens needs.
You can find us at the corner of East Fwy and Garth Road, in the shopping center.