CONTACT LENS EVALUATIONS & FOLLOW-UP CARE
At Kirman Eye, we are committed to prescribing the perfect contact lenses for you! Based on your lifestyle and the information we gather at your exam, we will determine which contact lens design best meets your needs. A good contact lens fit is essential to provide you with optimum vision, comfort, and ocular health.
For new wearers or patients trying a new lens type, we will schedule planned follow up appointments to ensure success. For existing contact lens wearers, we will perform a yearly contact lens evaluation to ensure that the fit, vision, and eye health is still appropriate and make any needed changes.
ANYONE CAN WEAR CONTACTS!
Have you been told that you can’t wear contacts? We will work to find the right lenses for you! At Kirman Eye, we handle everything from basic to specialty contact fittings.
Soft Lenses: We work with all the top brands of soft contacts and have lenses for a variety of prescription types including patients who are: near sighted, far sighted, require correction for astigmatism, and multifocal (for distance, near, and in between) correction!
Rigid Gas Permeable Contacts (RGPs): Rigid lenses are a great option for patients. Optically, they provide clear vision and can accommodate many different prescription types. We fit single vision as well as bifocal and multifocal rigid lenses.
Corneal Refractive Therapy (CRT): This technology involves wearing rigid lenses overnight that influence the cornea so that correction is not needed during the day. This is a great option for near sighted patients who have rapidly changing prescriptions, it essentially slows down/stops the progression of the nearsightedness. It’s also a great option for patients who may be nervous about corrective surgery or who want to be free of lenses during their daily activities.
Find out more: http://www.crtvision.com
OUR SOFT LENS CONTACT FAMILIES
OUR SPECIALTY CONTACT LENS TYPES
Corneal Refractive Therapy
Rigid Gas Permeable
Various rigid gas permeable lenses, both single vision and multifocal