Contact Lens Evaluation
Contact Lens Evaluation
Contact Lens Evaluations are an additional service that can be added on to your comprehensive eye examination. A contact lens evaluation requires additional measurements and in office evaluation to ensure that the contact lenses fit appropriately, provide optimum vision, and that your eyes will remain as healthy as possible while wearing the contact lenses. This testing involves procedures which are not required by patients that only wear eyeglasses. The contact lens professional fees are for the extra clinical measurements and expertise provided by the doctor to make sure you have the best possible contact lens prescription. Please ask us about the contact lens evaluation fees for your particular prescription.
Specialty Contact Lens Care in Morrisville and Raleigh
While you may like the idea of wearing contact lenses to improve your vision, your eyes and vision may have special needs, which require equally special contact lenses. TrueVision Eye Care offers specialty contact lenses for those who need custom contact lenses due to high prescriptions or underlying corneal conditions. Dr. Alecia Barnes and Jennifer Lyerly are the trusted contact lens specialists in the Triangle area, earning their reputation as the go-to providers for scleral contact lens care in patients with dry eye or keratoconus, and for myopia management contact lenses like orthokeratology. They embrace state of the art contact lens technology to design lenses that optimize both clarity and comfort.
The care of a contact lens specialist can also help patients to overcome common contact lens issues like fluctuating vision and discomfort. If you’re in this category, you could be a good candidate for custom contact lenses. Your options for custom contact lenses include:
- Rigid gas permeable, which are known to provide better vision than soft contacts and are great alternatives for individuals with high prescriptions and atypical corneal shapes. Gas permeable contact lenses are also a viable option for those with unusual corneal curvature or keratoconus.
- Soft custom lenses, which are one go-to choice for those with hard-to-fit eyes and can be designed to allow for the eye to receive more oxygen. Soft custom lenses are also used for kids eight and older who are experiencing progressive nearsightedness.
We'll Help You Succeed with Contact Lens Wear
If you’ve never worn contacts before, it can be a bit of a learning curve as you get used to putting them in, taking them out and caring for them. Not to worry, we’ll be sure to educate and demonstrate while you’re in our office until you feel comfortable. Once you’re home, you’re welcome to call us if you have any additional questions or concerns. Check out this great video where Dr. Lyerly explains inserting, removing, and caring for your soft contact lenses.