Prescription Contact Lenses in Central PA

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what are Contact Lenses?

Nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia), and age-related vision loss (presbyopia) are all very common visual impairments that affect a large number of people around the world. Thankfully, these issues can be easily treated with prescription contact lenses, eyeglasses, sunglasses, or a combination of the three to suit your lifestyle and daily needs. At The Eye Center of Central PA, we offer a full line of contact lenses (including specialty lenses for corneal conditions and astigmatism) to suit your unique needs at each of our optical centers throughout Central Pennsylvania.

Our facilities utilize the most advanced technology to fully assess your refractive error and eye health so we can accurately determine which contact lenses are right for your needs. Get in touch with one of our offices to schedule your eye exam with an optometrist and take your first step to see the world more clearly.

who gets contact lenses?

To determine the type and prescription of contact lenses you need, one of our optometrists will perform a comprehensive eye exam to fully understand your refractive error and vision needs. For many patients, contacts are the most convenient way to achieve their best sight on a day-to-day basis. Along with their convenience, contact lenses are designed to address a wide range of refractive errors, eye shapes, and eye conditions. Some of the more common types of contacts we offer include daily wear, one-day wear, bifocal, and astigmatism lenses.

Modern contacts are easier to wear now than ever before. In fact, as high as 90% of contact lens users report experiencing no discomfort. When opting for contacts, eyeglasses, sunglasses, or a combination of the three, it's important to consider factors, like your lifestyle, work conditions, daily activities, eye health, and your own unique preferences.

What To Expect

During your vision evaluation and lens consultation, we will help you make the most informed choices for your specific needs and provide you with all of the information you need about the different types and brands of lenses we offer. Our devoted team at The Eye Center of Central PA dedicates a great deal of effort and consideration to help you discover the most appropriate contact lens for your unique situation. Moreover, we do our best to help you stay at or near your desired price range. For new contact lens users, we're happy to provide an in-depth training process for contact lens insertion and removal so you can learn the best, safest methods.

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At The Eye Center of Central PA, patients are able to receive their contacts quickly and conveniently, typically within as little as four business days. Individuals who get contact lenses will need to attend a follow-up appointment in about six weeks to make sure their lenses fit well and are functioning normally. Even after patients receive vision correction help with contact lenses or glasses, it's still essential to attend yearly or biennial appointments to have their eyes thoroughly examined for any changes in their refractive error and to ensure that their eyes are still healthy. During these appointments, we will assess the overall health of the eyes, as well as the patient's prescription to see if it needs to be adjusted.

Dependable, Clear Vision

Your best vision could be just one visit away. Certain visual issues, like nearsightedness, farsightedness, and presbyopia, can lead to a lot of frustration for millions of people; however, all of these conditions are very manageable and can be easily addressed with prescription contact lenses or glasses. No one should have to strain to see clearly just to accomplish something as simple as completing their daily tasks. We encourage you to reach out to one of our offices in Central Pennsylvania and schedule your one-on-one eye examination. At The Eye Center of Central PA, we are ready to help you attain your sharpest vision.

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