If you’re tired of wearing glasses all the time, contact lenses are a potential solution. Before you can begin wearing contact lenses, you must undergo a contact lens exam from a trusted optometrist. For those looking for contacts in Houston, Pearland Eye Care can help.
What to Expect from a Contact Lens Fitting and Eye Exam
Contact lenses are particular to each user and making sure that you are taking the time to get the right fit is important. A contact lens eye exam begins with our eye doctor evaluating the health of your eyes. After this, our optometrist will measure your eyes to ensure proper contact fit, followed by determining your prescription. Contact lenses make a big difference in the way that you see, and if you are wearing lenses that are not properly fitted, you can damage your eyes.
Corrective Contact Lenses
Corrective contact lenses are used to help correct refractive errors, including nearsightedness and astigmatism. The right contacts can effectively treat these common eye conditions and make a big difference in your vision and the comfort of your eyes. For those suffering from dry eye, there are corrective lenses that are designed to help your eyes retain moisture. Our optometrist will examine your eyes and recommend the best pair of contacts for your individual needs.
At Pearland Eye Care, we also carry cosmetic lenses. Cosmetic lenses are available in prescription and non-prescription varieties. These lenses can change the color of your eyes, change the shape of your iris, and more. Cosmetic lenses can also be used to help disguise irregularities in the appearance of the eye. Cosmetic lenses are available in natural colors, as well as designs and colors that are not naturally occurring. If you are looking for a unique way to express yourself, consider cosmetic lenses.
Visit Our Houston Optometrist
At Pearland Eye Care, we can help you select the perfect pair of contact lenses. Our eye doctor has extensive experience matching patients up with a pair of contacts that address all of their needs. For more information on contact lens exams, or to schedule an appointment, call us at (713) 991-4100. You may also request an appointment online.