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Specialty Contact Lens from The EyeDoctors Optometrists

If you have poor vision, and are living with an eye disease or condition, trust the team at The EyeDoctors Optometrists to help you see more clearly and comfortably with specialty contact lenses. Our doctors use the latest technology in eye exams and are experts in custom-fitting contact lenses to alleviate your symptoms and improve your vision.

Contact The EyeDoctors Optometrists today and see what you’ve been missing.

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Find Specialty Contact Lens Fittings Near You

At The EyeDoctors Optometrists, our goal is to provide every patient with their best vision possible. We are conveniently located throughout Kansas. Call (844) 393-2428 or click below to find a location near you.

What Are Specialty Contact Lenses?

Specialty contacts lenses are different from traditional contact lenses because they are designed and customized to meet the specific needs of your eyes. Specialty contact lenses are generally recommended for patients who have impaired vision as well as an eye condition or disease that causes standard contact lenses to be uncomfortable or not fit properly.

Specialty Contact Lens Fittings From The EyeDoctors Optometrists

The doctors at The EyeDoctors Optometrists provide high-quality eye care and specialize in identifying, diagnosing, and treating eye diseases and conditions. They are also experts in customizing contact lenses for vision correction. If your sight is impaired, our team works with you to determine the best lens type based on your eye shape, eye health, and lifestyle.

Determining What Specialty Contact Lens You Need

The doctors at The EyeDoctors Optometrists are experts in custom contact lens fittings. In addition to a comprehensive eye exam to determine your eye health, your eye doctor will also perform a contact lens evaluation to determine the exact measurements of your eyes and may use:

  • A keratometer to measure the curvature of your cornea 

  • A corneal topographer to create a map of your eye and measures how the light reflects off your eye

  • A card or ruler to measure the size of your pupils and the diameter of your iris

Since contact lenses sit on the cornea of the eye, it’s extremely important for them to fit properly and comfortably. Trust the expertise and experience of the doctors at The EyeDoctors Optometrists to help you choose the best contact lens type based on your unique eye shape, eye health, and lifestyle.

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Schedule an Appointment Today for a Specialty Contact Lens Fitting

Contacts lenses are not one-size-fits-all, which is why The EyeDoctors Optometrists delivers the personalized, comprehensive care each patient needs. If you need vision correction, and eyeglasses are not for you, we can help you see and experience life more clearly and comfortably with contact lenses.

Frequently Asked Questions about Specialty Contact Lenses

Do I Need Specialty Contact Lenses?

You do not need specialty contact lenses if traditional contact lenses provide the vision and comfort you need. Your eye doctor may recommend specialty contact lenses if you have an eye irregularity, disease, or condition. To determine the best vision solution for you, schedule an eye exam with your eye doctor.

Can I Get a Contact Lens Fitting at The EyeDoctors Optometrists?

The experienced eye doctors at The EyeDoctors Optometrists perform specialty contact lens fittings to ensure your contact lenses are comfortable and custom-fitted just for your eyes. This is separate from an eye exam and is available to all patients of all ages.

How Do I Care for Specialty Contact Lenses?

Specialty contact lenses are cared for in the same way traditional lenses are – make sure you wear them for the prescribed length of time, use proper contact solution, and wash your hands before touching your eye or contact lens.