Almost Everyone Can Wear Contact Lenses
There are a number of reasons why you might prefer contact lenses to standard eyewear: a glasses-free look, hassle-free vision correction, wearing non-prescription sunwear and goggles, or the convenience of not having to worry about misplacing your glasses. If you have a high prescription or astigmatism, contact lenses may provide more enhanced vision correction than glasses. Today, you can even replace your bifocal glasses with bifocal contact lenses.
Contact Lens Exam/Fitting
Contact lens exams, like all regular eye exams, allow your eye doctor to take a thorough look at the health of your eyes and the quality of your vision. Doing this regularly, about once a year, also lets your eye doctor keep a close eye on any changes to your vision before they become serious. Contact lenses are medical devices, so you need a contact lens prescription in order to buy them, and your eye doctor is required to make sure that your vision examination for your contact lens prescription involves finding the right fit for your lenses.
Dr. Repsher will recommend the best contact lenses for you based on a complete eye examination and a review of your visual needs both at work and play. Since most people can wear more than one type of lens, it’s important to know what the choices are and the advantages and disadvantages to each.
MISIGHT© 1 DAY CONTACT LENSES
With the FDA's approval of this new soft contact lens, MiSight© 1 day, CooperVision has empowered eye care professionals and parents to take on pediatric myopia's growing prevalence and severity with a proven approach scientifically designed for the challenge.
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