Do you wear contact lenses, or are you considering switching to wearing contact lenses in the future? If so, you should know the importance of receiving regular contact lens exams from our Towson optometrist
and staff at Eye to Eye. Contact lenses are an excellent way to improve your vision for many reasons, but they can put your eyes and vision at risk if you do not take care of them properly or wear them under the regular advisement of an expert like our Towson optometrist. Contact lens exams are similar to regular, comprehensive eye exams, except that they require a few extra steps and therefore take a little bit longer to complete.
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During a contact lens exam, our Towson optometrist
will administer all the usual tests, but will also need to evaluate your eyes while you are wearing your lenses. This will allow our eye experts to see if your current prescription is adequate, if your lenses are fitted properly, and if your lenses feel comfortable in your eyes. Visiting Eye to Eye for a contact lens exam is a great opportunity for you to discuss any issues that you might be having involving your contact lenses with our team of eye care specialists. From there, we will be able to evaluate how your lenses are working and update your prescription if necessary, and also recommend a different type of lens depending on how you feel about your current one. At Eye to Eye, we have all different kinds of soft and hard contact lenses that can be worn for all different amounts of time, so we are sure to find you the brand and type that is best suited for your individual needs.
If you would like to learn more about contact lens exams or any of the other eye care services and products provided by our Towson optometrist
and staff at Eye to Eye, we encourage you to pay a visit to our practice’s website. The site is an excellent resource on all things eye care and more. Feel free to browse through and get in touch with us if you have a question or comment that we can assist you with. You can reach us by calling Eye to Eye directly, or sending our staff a message online.
By Eye to Eye
October 11, 2013