CONTACT LENS EVALUATIONS
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Contact Lens Evaluations and Fittings
We provide a full array of contact lens services including:
contact lens evaluations
eye examinations for new contact lens fittings
contact lens adjustments
soft and hard contact lens selection
After your contact lens evaluations, you can order contact lenses and contact lens solutions directly from us with a valid contact lens prescription from one of our eye doctors or another Optometrist.
For those new to contact lenses, we will provide a complimentary contact lens starter kit and teach you how to insert and remove them safely along with proper contact lens hygiene.
For those who already use contact lenses, our doctors will provide feedback and recommendations on new contact lens innovations (multi-focal contact lenses for patients over 40) and hygiene techniques (Hydrogen Peroxide cleaners) to keep you a happy contact lens wearer.
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How to Put in Contact Lenses
So you’ve order your lenses after visiting Real Eyes Optometry for your contact lens evaluations, now what? Check out this video for tips on how to avoid common mistakes when putting in your contact lenses for the first time.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any more questions about contact lens evaluations.
Contact Lens Care Guidelines
In addition to contact lens evaluations, we provide contact lenses usage guidelines. Corneal damage and other ocular complications can occur as a result of not sticking to the guidelines of contact lens care recommended by your optometrist.
At Real Eyes Optometry, we offer ‘Total Contact Lens Care’. This means that all of your contact lens-related visits and contact lens modifications are covered when you purchase them through our office.
Contact Lens Care after your Contact Lens Evaluations
- Keep scheduled follow-up appointments with your Optometrist.
- Wear your contact lenses for at least 4 hours on the day of your follow-up appointment, unless they are causing discomfort.
- Remove your contact lenses at least one hour before bedtime to ensure proper oxygen nourishment gets to the cornea.
- Give your eyes a break from contacts at least one full day a week to ensure proper oxygen nourishment gets to the cornea.
- In contact lens care it is important to ALWAYS wash your hands before handling your contact lenses.
- See your Optometrist right away if your eyes/contact lenses are uncomfortable, irritated, painful, or if your vision is blurry.
5 Things You Should Not Do: Contact Lens Care
- Continue the use of contact lenses if your eyes become irritated, red, painful, or if your vision gets worse while wearing them. If this occurs, remove the lenses, thoroughly clean them, and allow your eyes to adjust back to normal. If this problem continues, contact our office.
- Exceed the recommended wearing schedule, even if the lenses feel comfortable in your eyes.
- Wear your contact lenses longer than 12 hours a day, unless told otherwise by your Optometrist.
- DO NOT use saliva/tap-water when handling the contact lenses. Saliva/tap-water contain bacteria that can penetrate and destroy your cornea within hours.
- Never sleep with them in