If you need corrective lenses but you don’t want to deal with wearing glasses, you might want to consider Charleston contact lenses
instead. To get contact lenses, you’ll need to see a professional optometrist like ours at 3D Optometry for a contact lens exam and fitting.
There are certain requirements that need to be met if you want to get Charleston contact lenses. Since contact lenses are placed inside the eye, your overall eye health must be good to get them. A professional optometrist like ours at 3D Optometry will need to assess the overall health of your eyes by doing a comprehensive eye examination to determine if you’re a good candidate for them. If your eye doctor decides that you’re a contact lens candidate, you’ll discuss the different types of contact lens options, so you can determine what the best type would be for you based on many important factors. To meet your needs, the contact lenses you choose need to meet certain requirements. They need to: fit on the eye properly, be comfortable, provide you with clear vision and match your lifestyle and personal preference. To accomplish this objective, you’ll need to have a special exam called a contact lens exam and fitting. During the exam, your eye doctor will try different types of contacts until you find the right ones. He will do a contact lens fitting to ensure that the contacts you get fit properly and are also comfortable and meet all the necessary criteria. There are many contact lens options available to choose from. The first decision you’ll have to make is if you want hard contact lenses or soft contact lenses. Hard contact lenses provide the clearest, sharpest vision but aren’t as comfortable. Soft contact lenses provide the most comfort. You’ll also have to decide if you would like daily wear, extended wear, disposable and/or color changing contact lenses.
If you’re considering contact lenses, you should consult with our expert eye doctor. Contact our office right now to schedule your Charleston contact lenses
exam and fitting today.
By 3D Optometry and Eyepifany Eyewear
August 7, 2018