Contact Lens Features at Your Local Optometrist in Oak Park, IL
Contact lenses can help correct a huge range of vision problems, and are a great alternative to glasses. If you’re looking for better lenses, Compass Eye Care offers a wide variety of contact lenses for different issues.
Types of Contact Lenses at Compass Eye Care
There are a range of eye problems that many people experience regularly. One is astigmatism, which is caused by an irregularly shaped cornea, and means light does not focus properly, therefore causing blurry vision. Also, when your eye is too long or too short, the image received by the retina can be blurry or imprecise, resulting in you being nearsighted or farsighted.
Additional problems such as UV-sensitivity or dry eyes can also make it harder to find the right contacts. Luckily, we’ve got you covered with a range of contact lenses choices.
Bifocal Contacts for Astigmatism- Our bifocal contacts for astigmatism are advanced soft contacts that correct both presbyopia and astigmatism, so you can avoid glasses after age 40. Our bifocal contacts for astigmatism are comfortable and high-quality, so you won’t even notice they’re there.
Contacts for Dry Eyes- If your contacts feel uncomfortably dry, soft contact lenses will help reduce the risk of contact lens-related dry eye symptoms. Our contacts for dry eyes are manufactured to reduce the chance of this. Plus, contacts for dry eyes are affordable and just as effective as other types.
Colored Lenses- Many contact lenses also come in colors that can enhance the natural hue of your eye. Some colored lenses can totally change the color of your eyes, such as from brown to blue. Try our colored lenses today and see the difference they make for you.
UV-inhibiting lenses- The sun’s ultraviolet rays can cause cataracts and other eye problems, so protect your eyes with UV-inhibiting lenses. In addition to your UV-inhibiting lenses, make sure to still wear sunglasses when outdoors.
Hybrid Lenses- Our hybrid lenses provide the best of both worlds: the crisp optics of a rigid lens and the comfort of a larger, soft lens. If you’re looking for a mix of benefits, hybrid lenses could be the contacts for you.
Scleral Lenses- Large-diameter gas-permeable lenses called scleral lenses are especially designed to treat keratoconus, other corneal irregularities and presbyopia. Try scleral lenses today.
Myopia Control Contacts- Myopia control contacts are being developed to slow or stop the progression of nearsightedness in children. If your child has trouble with myopia, you might consider myopia control contacts.
Schedule Your Oak Park Contact Lens Fitting or Contact Lens Exam Today!
If you’re ready for an Oak Park contact lens fitting, don’t wait any longer. You’ll need to start with an Oak Park contact lens exam, after which we can find the perfect contacts for your condition and comfort. We are located at: 603 Madison St. Oak Park, IL 60302
When you’re ready, call us at 708-383-2150 to schedule your appointment for either a contact lens fitting or an Oak Park contact lens exam, and be on your way to better vision today.