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Eye Exams & Fittings

Contact Lenses for Enhanced Comfort and Clarity in Elizabethtown

We provide various contact lenses suitable for everyone — young and old — and whether they have straightforward or intricate vision requirements. At Bladen Eye Center, our team of skilled eye doctors conducts thorough examinations of your eye health and customizes the ideal lens prescription to offer you a liberating and enhanced visual journey.

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Getting a Good Contact Lens Fit is Key

Using precise measurements and comprehensive assessments, we can pick lenses that fit well, offering you clear vision and all-day comfort you can rely on.

This personalized approach ensures that your contact lenses feel as good at the end of the day as they do when you first put them in, providing consistent comfort and clarity.

Why Do You Need a Contact Lens Exam?

Think of our contact lens exam as more than just a regular eye check. We delve into your eye health and what your eyes really need to make sure your lenses give you clear and comfortable vision. This includes checking your corneal health for any potential problems that could cause challenges with wearing regular contact lenses.

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Fitting Lenses to Your Lifestyle

Your lifestyle is essential when picking the right contact lenses. That’s why we consider your daily routines to recommend the ideal type and brand of contacts just for you.

This approach guarantees that your contact lenses provide clear vision and fit seamlessly into your lifestyle, enhancing your day-to-day experiences.

Follow-Up Lens Fittings

Your journey with contact lenses goes beyond the initial fitting. Ongoing follow-up appointments are crucial for monitoring your eye health and ensuring lasting comfort and clear vision. Our devoted team will arrange these appointments, ready to tweak your prescription if necessary and address any queries you might have. They’ll also advise on proper hygiene and storage practices to prevent complications.

Discover the Freedom of Contact Lenses

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Daily Contact Lenses

If you want to experience ultimate convenience, you should consider daily contact lenses. These lenses are designed for easy use, as you simply wear them during the day and dispose of them before bed. There is no need for cleaning or storage routines – making them perfect for busy professionals, active people, and those who prefer a no-fuss approach.

Bi-Weekly and Monthly Contact Lenses

For a balance between convenience, affordability, and flexibility, bi-weekly and monthly contact lenses are excellent options. These lenses are replaced on a bi-weekly or monthly basis, offering extended wear without the need for daily disposals. They are perfect for those with dynamic schedules who want to maintain clear vision without frequent lens changes.

Colored Contact Lenses

Add a touch of creativity to your look with colored contact lenses. They’re ideal for subtle and bold transformations, offering a range of options to enhance or change your natural eye color. You can also find them in prescription and non-prescription types.

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Bifocal and Multifocal Contacts

Tired of wearing reading glasses for close-up vision? Try bifocal and multifocal contact lenses. They're designed to address presbyopia – the natural aging-related eye condition that causes difficulty focusing on nearby objects – seamlessly transitioning between different focal points. Whether reading, working on a computer, or enjoying outdoor activities, bifocal and multifocal contacts ensure you can see comfortably and clearly at all distances.

Specialty Contact Lenses for
Hard-to-Fit Eyes

When standard contact lenses don't quite fit the bill, specialty contact lenses come to the rescue. Designed for hard-to-fit eyes, these lenses cater to people with eye conditions such as:

  • Keratoconus
  • Astigmatism
  • Giant Papillary Conjunctivitis (GPC)
  • Dry Eye
  • Post-LASIK patients
  • Eye injury
  • Aphakia (missing eye lens, which can be caused by cataract surgery)

Examples include toric lenses crafted to correct astigmatism with precision, scleral lenses for irregularly shaped corneas, and rigid gas-permeable lenses.

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