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Prescription Contact lense fitting

Are you interested in contacts but have been told you were not a candidate in the past?  Are you having trouble with the contacts you previously or currently wear? 

Come see Dr. Doyle at Spectacle Gallery!

Contact Lens Fitting

Optimal contact lens vision and comfort require proper fitting and follow-up care.At Spectacle Gallery, we specialize in contact lenses, including hard to fit conditions like presbyopia (multifocal contact lenses) and astigmatism (toric contact lenses).After a careful evaluation, Dr. Doyle will determine the right lens type and wearing schedule for you. She will also evaluate the impact of lens wear on the health of your eyes.

Please remember that contact lenses are prescription medical devices. The vast array of contact lens brands are designed differently and made with different materials. A proper contact lens fitting needs to be based on your vision problems, your prescription, your eye health, your comfort requirements, your lifestyle, and any physiological factors like dry eye disease. At your scheduled contact lens exam, Dr. Doyle will discuss the different lens types and brands with you and advise you about the lens choices that are best for your eyes.

Never tried contact lenses before?  Don't worry!  We will gladly teach you how to properly clean and wear your new contact lenses to maximize healthy vision and minimize potential risks.

Contact lenses aren't right for everyone, but they may be right for you. Even if you have astigmatism or need bifocal lenses, we likely have a contact lens option for you.

Every individual contact lens exam will take approximately 30 minutes, and will include:

  • Vision history, including any changes or complaints, and your specific visual needs.
  • Examination of your corneas (the font of your eye where all contacts lay)
  • Trial pair of contact lenses, which will be determined by the results of your exam.
  • One additional follow-up appointment, approximately 1-3 weeks after the initial fitting.  This follow-up is imperative to insure patient satisfaction and proper fit.

Call or email us today for a contact lens evaluation.

Importance of Proper Care

Always remember:

  • NEVER sleep, shower, or swim in your contact lenses.
  • NEVER use tap water on your contact lenses or lens case.
  • Always clean your contact lenses nightly with fresh solution.
  • Always replace your contact lenses, as recommended by your eye doctor.
  • Clean your contact lens case regularly with your contact lens solution, and leave open to air dry.