936 Second Street Pike Richboro, PA 18954, USA
If you need contact lenses but have a vision or eye health issue that can make wearing them more challenging, specialty lenses may be the right choice for your needs. EYECARE for You helps people in Richboro, Newtown, Langhorne, Southampton, Northampton, Holland, and Yardley, PA, as well as the surrounding areas. We’re here to help you get the specialty contacts you need so you can see better. By working with an eye doctor, you can learn about the types of lenses offered and their differences.
Conditions, such as keratoconus, astigmatism, dry eye, giant papillary conjunctivitis, presbyopia, and more, may need non-standard contact lens options. One of the most widely used specialty lenses is the RGP, or rigid gas-permeable, lens. They’re more rigid than the typical soft contact lenses, and they don’t collect debris and protein as easily either. Scleral lenses are another option. These bypass the scleral completely and sit on the white part of the eye for more comfort and a better shape.
Piggybacking contact lenses can add comfort, as they include a soft lens that sits on the eye and a more rigid lens on top of that. You can also consider toric lenses, as well as monovision or bifocal contact lenses to see more clearly. Which type of specialty lenses are right for you can be determined partially by your optometrist but will also depend on what feels most comfortable to you. With many different options available, most people can wear contact lenses.
At EYECARE for You, we’re committed to getting you the contact lenses you need, so you can see better and get back to living your life. If you’re in Richboro, Newtown, Langhorne, Southampton, Northampton, Holland, or Yardley, PA, or any of the surrounding areas and need eye care services, we’re here to help. Our optometrist will assess your eyes to determine the best contact lenses for correcting your vision. Call us today at (215) 485-5384 for more information or to schedule an appointment with our optometrist.
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