Contact Lenses From Our Tampa Optometrist
At Visionary Eye Care, our Tampa optometrist and team strive to provide you with the highest standard of eye and vision care in the area. Whether you’ve been thinking about switching to contact lenses or are unhappy with your current contact lens brand, our Lutz optometrist is here to help.
Hard-to-Fit and Specialty Contacts
We offer a wide range of contact lens brands and types, ranging from traditional-wear contacts to heard-to-fit and specialty contact lenses. After all, there are many common eye conditions that could keep you from being able to wear traditional types of contact lenses, including astigmatism. With astigmatism, the abnormal curvature of the eye’s lens prevent traditional contacts from fitting comfortable. Conditions like dry eyes and presbyopia can also make it difficult to wear regular contacts, but we offer specialty lenses as a solution. Some of the types of specialty contacts we offer include:
- Gas permeable lenses
- Toric lenses
- Bifocal and multifocal lenses
Our optometrist in Tampa also offers medicated eye drops for those who suffer from dry eye syndrome that makes wearing contacts uncomfortable.
Don’t Forget to Schedule Your Contact Lens Exam
If you’re thinking about making the switch from regular glasses to contact lenses, we also highly recommend that you schedule a contact lens exam with our optometrist in Tampa. During this exam, we will be able to assess your eyes to determine whether any of the above conditions apply to you. If so, then we can make recommendations regarding which type of specialty lenses would be best suited for your needs and lifestyle. Ultimately, our goal is to help you make as smooth a transition as possible to wearing contact lenses.
If you’re ready to schedule your contact lens exam are would like to speak with our Tampa eye doctor about our lens options, contact Visionary Eye Care today at (813) 425-9596. We’d be happy to find an appointment that works with your schedule.
How would your life improve with the right contact lenses?