Finding The Correct Contact Lenses For You
If you have been told in the past that you cannot wear contact lenses, Twenty Twenty Eyecare can help. Our doctors use the latest technology in contact lens materials, designs, and powers. They will persistently work with you on all of your options until contact lens success is achieved or you have a spectacle-free option. We not only offer a variety of soft lenses and toric soft lenses but We also offer hybrid lenses, multifocal soft lenses, multi-focal lenses for astigmatism, and many hard contact lens options.
Are contact lenses uncomfortable for you?
We will work to discover the underlying problem. Sometimes simply changing the material or fit of your contact lenses will help. While other times, it may be Dry Eye that is causing the problem. Once the dry eye is treated, and under control, contact lenses may be worn with better comfort.
We offer hybrid lenses for patients with spectacle power that is too high or astigmatism that is too large for soft contact lenses, Hybrid lenses have a hard center and soft skirt. The hard center allows the doctor to correct any spectacle power or astigmatism amount while the soft skirt provides comfort comparable to that of a soft contact lens.
Multifocal Contact Lenses
We provide numerous multifocal contact lens designs in both soft and hard lenses for patients who are 40+ years old and are tired of wearing readers over your contact lenses. Multi-focal technology continues to improve year after year. You may have tried multi-focal contact lenses in the past without prevail. This does not mean that a different design or fit will not work for you. Even if you have astigmatism, our doctors at Twenty Twenty Eyecare can find a multi-focal contact lens that will suit your visual needs.
Gas Permeable (Hard) Lenses
The technology offered with gas permeable lenses is much greater than soft lenses. This allows our doctors to correct most visual prescriptions and provide more visual options than what is available with soft lenses. In some cases, the best vision that can be achieved is with a gas permeable lens.
Corneal Reshaping Therapy (Ortho-K)
Now you can be free of daytime contact lenses or glasses and enjoy great vision during your daily activities without undergoing surgery! Recent clinical research combined with the latest corneal surface mapping technology found at Twenty Twenty Eyecare make this possible. Corneal Reshaping Therapy is a non-surgical process developed to reshape the cornea while you sleep. The result is the temporary correction of nearsightedness with or without astigmatism.
If you have decided to try contacts, the experience can feel like a whole new world. There are so many types of contacts that the decision can be quite confusing, though your ophthalmologist will help you decide which types of contacts would be best for you. It never hurts to be informed, so here are some of the most popular types of contact lenses available.
Disposable-wear lenses are made to be thrown away after you wear them for a certain time. There are some made to be replaced daily, while others are made to last up to two weeks, if not longer.
Wearing disposable lenses is better for the health and comfort for your eyes. There are substances in your tears (like protein, calcium, and more) that build up on your lenses, which can get quite uncomfortable. Also, the longer you wear a pair of contacts, the more likely your eyes are to get infected.
Extended-wear lenses are disposable lenses that can be worn for a longer period of time. You can even wear them when you sleep. They can last up to two weeks or even longer depending how often you wear them.
Daily-wear lenses are disposable lenses, and it is recommended that you change them daily. They can be quite convenient since you won’t have to worry about cleaning them. They are good to wear when you play sports since they are affordable enough to throw away after a game.
Bifocal and multifocal contact lenses are popular with people who wear bifocal or multifocal glasses but are ready to try contacts! Both of your prescriptions are combined in contact lenses so you won’t have to carry two pairs of glasses around or change your contacts every time you decide to switch activities.
Colored contact lenses are very popular. They are used when people want to change or enhance their natural eye color. They are also popular around Halloween and other special occasions. They come in both prescription and non-prescription lenses.
To make colored contacts look natural, they are filled with multiple dots of color just like your normal iris. They also come in many colors, including hazel, brown, gray, violet, and more!
There are so many options when it comes to contacts, so you should have no problem finding the perfect one for you! Together, we can find the right set for you so your eyes can stay healthy while also giving you the vision you deserve.