At Argos Vision and Eye Care Center, we want you to feel positive about wearing our contact lenses 20877, and to make that happen, we suggest that you come in for a contact lens exam and fitting. The reality is that the more comfortable your contacts are, and the better vision improvement they give you, the more you’re going to want to put them in.
We often get asked what the difference is between a contact lens exam and a regular eye exam, and the answer is that there is added detail in order to ensure that you have a good experience with our contact lenses 20877. Eyeglasses, of course, do not touch your eyes, but contacts do. Your corneas, conjunctiva, and eyelids are affected, so it only makes sense that our eye doctor should check those parts of your eyes to determine if there is any reason for concern about difficulties. And since the angle that light travels from your cornea to your retina is different with contacts than with eyeglasses, that has to be considered, too. You will also have a fitting done for our contact lenses 20877. Not only do we want you to have a smooth and carefree experience when you’re wearing them, but centering the lenses properly ensures that you get the most vision correction possible out of the prescription that our eye doctor has given you. Even more encouraging is that you will be able to have even sharper and clearer vision due to the fact that contacts have benefited from advanced technology. They can even correct astigmatism effectively, and are available in bifocal or multifocal varieties.
Reach out to us right now and we will arrange a convenient time for you to come in for a contact lens exam and fitting at our office.