Getting the Right Specialty Contacts
When you are looking into the possibility of getting contact lenses instead of glasses, you want to work with a professional optometrist who has the skill to provide the right type of lenses for your eyes. Specialty lenses are essential if you have any problems with your vision that may complicate the process of wearing contacts. At DeNovo Eye, our eye doctor has the skill to find the right type of contacts to fit your eyes.
Types of Specialty Contact Lenses
A key part of finding the right contact lenses is clarifying the options available. Specialty lenses focus on hard-to-fit eyes and unique features, so you will want to make sure you get the right type of lenses for your situation.
Common specialty lenses include:
- Scleral contact lenses
- Hybrid contacts
- Gas permeable options
- Toric contact lenses
- Colored contacts
A key reason why you want to work with our eye doctor to find the right lenses is to eliminate the risk of injury. You do not want to take an undue risk that you select the wrong type of lenses based on your eyes and needs. A contact lens exam helps determine the type of lenses you need before you start wearing new contacts.
Getting the Right Fit
The key to getting the right fit when you have hard-to-fit eyes is selecting the specialty contacts that are suitable for your needs. Our optometrist provides an eye exam to determine if your eyes have any specific concerns. For example, astigmatism requires toric contact lenses to correct the differences in the shape of the eyes. This exam helps find the best fit based on each individual's vision and eyes, ensuring optimal comfort.
Our optometrist ensures that you get the right specialty contacts to address your needs. We use an exam to clarify your current vision concerns and then find the best options for your vision. We carry many specialty contact lenses, including scleral contacts.
Schedule an Appointment with Our Eye Doctor in Mckinney, TX
At DeNovo Eye, we have helped residents of McKinney, TX, select the perfect pair of contact lenses for many years. Call us today at (469) 317-2020 for more information or to schedule an appointment with our eye doctor.