Contact Lens Exams, Fittings, & Brands in Florida

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Clear Vision Without Glasses

If you need vision correction but can’t or don’t want to wear glasses, contact lenses may be a suitable solution. 

At Center For Sight, we offer contact lens exams and fittings. With precise measurements, we can help you find effective contact lenses perfect for you and your unique needs. 

Visit a Center For Sight location for an exam and fitting, or to see our selection of standard and specialty contact lenses.

We Can Help You Find the Right Contacts

We know that every eye is different, which is why we take extra precautions to ensure you always have the most effective vision correction possible. During a contact lens exam and fitting, our optometric physicians will take several measurements to determine the lens designs and materials best suited for your eyes. 

After your exam and fitting, our experienced and highly trained optical team will guide you through all of the lenses we have available.

Our Approach

When you visit us for a contact lens exam we’ll begin with an in-office assessment. During this assessment, our goal is to learn as much as we can about you, your eyes, and your lifestyle. We rely on advanced technology, such as corneal topography, to help us complete these assessments. 

Once this is completed, we’ll discuss which lens options are ideal for your needs before assessing your eye’s surface and ordering your contacts. At any time throughout this process, our team is prepared to answer any questions or concerns you may have.

Our Contact Lenses

We offer a variety of contact lenses to help you experience better vision. With a large selection of contacts designed to provide different benefits, our team can help you find the perfect pair no matter your visual needs or personal preferences.

Soft contact lenses are made of flexible plastic that allows oxygen to reach your cornea, helping your eyes stay healthy. These lenses tend to be more comfortable and easier to adjust to, making them ideal for patients who are new to wearing contact lenses.

Rigid gas permeable lenses are more durable and typically provide crisper vision compared to other types of contact lenses. These lenses keep their shape when you blink, which can be uncomfortable for some patients until they get used to them.

Multifocal contact lenses can provide you with improved vision at multiple distances. These lenses contain different lens powers throughout the contact lens, helping you see clearly at near distances, far distances, and in-between. Multifocal contact lenses are ideal for people with presbyopia.

Scleral lenses are specialty large-diameter contact lenses best for patients with irregular corneas, hard-to-fit eyes, or dry eyes. These durable lenses offer sharper vision and easier handling, all while providing a smooth optical surface.

Toric lenses are designed to correct astigmatism and feature different corrective powers in different areas of the lens. The strength increases or decreases gradually as you adjust your vision.

Get Your Next Pair of Contacts Today 

If you’re interested in how contact lenses can benefit you, our team at Center For Sight can help find the right pair. Book an appointment today to see how we can fit you for a new pair of contact lenses. 

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