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A contact lens is a thin, curved lens placed on the film of tears that covers the surface of your eye. The lens itself is naturally clear, but is often given the slightest tinge of color to make them easier for wearers to handle. Today’s contact lenses are either hard or soft. Most people wear the latter form now, but it wasn’t too long ago that contact lenses were even glass blown!

In order to keep your eyes and vision in peak performance and health, each pair of contact lenses is manufactured and prescribed for a certain wear schedule, and to be replaced after a certain amount of time.

Lenses for astigmatism are referred to as Toric lenses. Astigmatism is a common condition that can result in blurred or distorted vision at all distances, varying with the amount of astigmatism.

Presbyopia is an age-related condition. As you reach your 40's or 50's, you may find it harder to focus on nearby objects like menus, books or magazine print, especially in low light. Multifocal lenses can help.

Traditionally, people used eyeglasses to correct their vision, but today a lot of people prefer to use contact lenses due to various reasons including comfort, lifestyle, aesthetics, and convenience.

At Ewing Optical, we can provide you contact lenses according to your needs.

Reasons To Go For Contact Lenses
You can use contact lenses for various reasons, especially if you're an active person. There is no worry about eyeglasses moving from one place to the other. Moreover, contact lenses provide a clearer vision than eyeglasses. They also allow you to change the color of your eyes by using contact lenses of different shades. They can suit any style whereas eyeglasses can affect your style to a great extent. Contact lenses can make your life easier and more comfortable if you use them as per the instructions provided with them.

Types Of Contact Lenses
At Ewing Optical, we provide contact lenses from the top brands as per the requirements of our patients. GP or Gas Permeable contact lenses are rigid lenses which are more suitable for those who want a durable lens with a high flow of oxygen to get crisp vision. Toric contact lenses are preferably used for correcting astigmatism. We determine the proper contact lenses especially for the patients suffering from presbyopia, astigmatism, dry eyes and keratoconus as they are considered to be hard-to-fit patients. They need more patience and time for this purpose. Bifocal and multifocal contact lenses are designed for those with presbyopia but who do not like to wear bifocal eyeglasses.

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How To Find The Right Contact Lenses?
The process of selecting the right contact lenses starts from a thorough examination of your eyes so that its existing condition can be ruled out and the most suitable prescription can be determined to wear the contact lens without any problem. Such things cannot be determined in a routine examination of the eyes to determine the suitable type of contact lens they have to test and measure several things.

We will help you find the lens with the best fitting on the basis of the health and shape of your eye as well as your lifestyle. We will also allow you to try various lenses, to find the suitable one, on the day of examining your eye. We will also allow you to take some of the samples home to make a final decision comfortably.

Fitting Of Contact Lenses
After making necessary changes in material and shape, we will fit the contact lens selected by you, so that you can have the best possible fitting. We will also teach you how to take care of your contact lens as well as the consequences you will have to face in adverse condition. Then we will schedule a long term care program with you to monitor proper maintenance and condition of the lens.

If you want to wear contact lenses to correct your vision or get more information, you can contact us anytime.

For a consultation and to schedule an appointment contact us today (561) 798-0244