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What is a Contact Lens Specialist? Do You Need One?

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Hard-to-fit with contact lenses? Consult with our eye doctor in Lewis Center

In just about every field of healthcare, there are specialists with expertise in treating specific conditions – and eye care is no exception. When it comes to vision, certain ocular conditions are better treated by a specialist than by a general eye care provider. A specialist will have more extensive experience and training that enables you to benefit from more advanced, progressive treatments. At Professional VisionCare, our eye doctor is a contact lens specialist. That means we use the latest technologies and techniques to ensure that even hard-to-fit patients can enjoy clear, comfortable vision with contacts.

Have you found it difficult to achieve sharp, stable sight with standard contact lenses? Visit our contact lens specialist in Lewis Center, Ohio, for a precise fitting and customized vision solution.

What conditions require a contact lens specialist?

When regular contact lenses are painful or always uncomfortable, it’s a sign that you may need specialty lenses for a hard-to-fit condition or visual disorder, such as:

  • Keratoconus or other corneal irregularity
  • Extreme astigmatism
  • Sensitive cornea
  • Dry eye syndrome

If you have any ocular condition that prevents you from wearing regular contact lenses comfortably and with visual clarity, contact an eye doctor near you for a consultation.

What does a contact lens specialist do?

At our Lewis Center eye care centers, we are equipped with a range of high-tech devices and diagnostics, including digital imaging tools with superior resolution and advanced corneal topography. Our eye doctor will use these tools to create contact lenses for you that are custom-fit. The most commonly crafted type of specialty contacts are scleral lenses and Ortho-k (orthokeratology) lenses. Bifocal and multifocal contact lenses, and gas permeable contact lenses are other kinds of specialty contacts for hard-to-fit conditions.

Questions? Book an appointment at Professional VisionCare so our contact lens specialist can help you.
At Professional VisionCare, we put your family's needs first. Talk to us about how we can help you maintain healthy vision. Call us today: 614-898-9989 or book an appointment online to see one of our Lewis Center eye doctors.

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