Contact Lenses

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Contact Lenses

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You can order contact lenses that were fit by us directly online through
our website and have them shipped to your home.

Hard-To-Fit?

Our clinic is trusted by ophthalmologists to fit high toric lenses for astigmatism, RGPs, scleral, and hybrid lenses. We give patients more time for hard-to-fit lenses.

Current Rx?

We can conveniently fill your current valid prescription from another doctor. We offer today’s market-leading brands and newest technologies in contact lenses.

Colored

Color contact lenses come in a choice of Light-Filtering Tints for people who need to enhance their sports performance or other recreational sports. Enhanced Tints with a light dye uniformly applied on the front surface to enhance the iris color. Opaque Tints with dyes throughout resulting in a dramatic eye color independent of the underlying iris color; or the very popular Plano Tints for people who want an eye color change but don’t need vision correction.

Disposable or Rigid Gas Permeable

Most contact lenses are disposable, which is ideal for people with eye allergies or those who don’t want to spend too much time taking care of their contacts. They come in daily, weekly, and monthly. Rigid gas permeable lenses (RGPs) are not as common today but are still necessary for some people to see correctly. Eye Clinic of Vero fits RGPs for hard-to-fit patients.

Multifocal / Mono-Vision

Bifocal/multifocal contact lenses are one option for presbyopes. The other option is mono-vision; one eye reading and one eye distance.

Astigmatism

Astigmatism occurs when the cornea is slightly irregularly shaped. Soft Toric Lenses are ideal for low astigmatism. Rigid Gas Permeable Lenses are best for greater amounts of astigmatism.