We specialize in contact lenses including custom designs for hard to fit conditions such as astigmatism, bifocals, and keratoconus.
We carry contact lenses in the following brands:
-Alcon (Air Optix, Dailies, Night & Days, Freshlook Colorblends, etc.)
-Cooper Vision (Biofinity, Proclear, Frequency, Biomedics, Preference, Encore Premium, etc.)
-Bausch & Lomb (Soflens, PureVision, 1-Day, etc.)
-Vistakon (All Acuvue lines)
-Hydrogel (Extreme H2O, Clarity H2O, etc.)
-Duffens (Boston, Fluroperm, Envision, etc.)
-SpecialEyes (custom contact lenses)
It is important to remember that contact lenses are prescription medical devices. Various brands are designed and manufactured differently.
We start by assessing your personal and medical needs that include:
Are you a first time contact lens wearer? Not sure whether contact lenses are right for you? Then try our No Risk Contact Lens Care and Wear Program. Try contact lenses in our office before you buy them. Lenses are inserted and removed by the Contact Lens Technician on the day of the exam.*
If you decide to keep them, we will teach you how to properly care for them and wear your new lenses to maximize vision and minimize potential risks.
Careful follow-up of your contact lenses ensures you have the best comfort, vision, and eye health.
A yearly contact lens evaluation is provided for previous contact lens wears. We evaluate your continuing corneal health and current contact lenses, as well as making any adjustments necessary to your contact lens prescription and/or brand.
* Fee for doctors services are not included in the program. The fee for contact lens fitting/evaluation will be determined by the doctor day of exam.
Corneal Refractive Therapy (CRT) is the newest advancement in refractive therapy options. CRT allows you to see clearly during the day without glasses or contact lenses. Specially designed therapeutic lenses gently reshape the front surface of your eye while you sleep.
Imagine great vision all day without contacts, glasses or surgery. No more problems from dust, allergies, or dryness. CRT has also been shown to slow the progression of nearsightedness in children and teenagers.
Previously, if you were nearsighted and wanted to see clearly during the day, your options were glasses, contacts, or laser surgery. CRT offers a new non-surgical solution. No more worry about broken frames or torn contact lenses. Additionally, while LASIK has been approved only for those over 18 years of age, CRT is ideal for our younger patients who are active in sports and do not like the hassle of glasses or contacts.
For more information on Corneal Refractive Therapy, call today to schedule your FREE CRT consultation or visit www.paragoncrt.com
Click this link to watch a video on how to put on and take off contact lenses: