Contact Lens Exams, Fittings, & Brands in Florida

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Effective & Comfortable Contact Lenses

Whether with eyeglasses or contact lenses, you deserve to see clearly. At Center For Sight, we can help you find the right contacts with our contact lens exams and fittings. We offer a variety of standard and specialty lenses. 

Visit a Center For Sight location for an exam and fitting if you’re interested in contact lenses. We can discuss any questions or concerns you may have.

Our Optometrists Can Help You Find the Right Contacts

Our optometric physicians will recommend the lens designs and materials best suited for your eyes. We specialize in fitting contacts for patients with hard-to-fit eyes. Besides regular lenses, we have specialty contacts such as toric and multifocal lenses.

Our experienced and highly trained optical team will guide you through all of the lenses we have available. 

Our Approach

The process for fitting you with the right contact lenses begins with an in-office assessment and review of your lifestyle habits. Our technology, such as corneal topography, helps us complete these assessments. 

Before beginning your fitting, our optometry team will discuss which lens options are ideal for your needs before reviewing your eye’s surface. We can then address any questions or concerns you may have. We will work with you until you feel satisfied with your final pair of contact lenses. 

Our Contact Lenses

We offer a variety of contact lenses designed to provide different benefits. Our team has the expertise to fit you with the best possible lenses based on your unique visual needs. Center For Sight’s contact lenses come with a variety of replacement possibilities, meaning you can choose whether you want to replace your lenses daily, weekly, or more. 

Soft contact lenses consist of flexible plastic that allows oxygen to reach your cornea, promoting healthy eyes. They are typically more comfortable and easier to adjust to, making them ideal for anyone new to contact lenses.

Rigid gas permeable lenses provide clear and crisp vision with a more durable lens. These lenses keep their shape when you blink while allowing oxygen to pass through and reach your eyes. They are ideal if you want easier handling and more durable contact lenses.

Multifocal contact lenses can help correct vision at all distances. They feature different lens powers throughout the contact lens, helping you see clearly. These lenses are ideal for anyone with presbyopia.

Scleral lenses are large-diameter contacts that vault over your cornea, resting on the sclera. These lenses offer sharper vision, greater durability, and easier handling while creating a smooth optical surface. You will benefit from scleral lenses if you have irregular corneas, hard-to-fit eyes, or dry eyes.

Toric lenses feature different corrective powers in different areas of the lens. Because of their design, these lenses need to sit correctly on your eye. Toric lenses feature a weighted bottom to help keep the lens in place. These lenses are ideal for someone with astigmatism.

Get Your Contacts From Center For Sight 

Regardless of your experience with contact lenses, our team at Center For Sight can help you get the most effective lenses for your visual needs. Visit one of our locations and see how we can fit you for a new pair of contact lenses. 

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