We do. We have all kinds, including specialty contact lenses. Best of all no one fits contact lenses better thAn Dr.'s La Point and Kadlec.
When it comes to fitting contact lenses, our doctors are experts, and that's important for both your personal comfort and the health of your eyes. Because everyone's eyes are unique and one lens does not fit all, both Dr.'s La Point and Kadlec fit lenses specifically designed for each individual patient's visual needs. In addition, for your eyes to stay healthy and contacts comfortable, you will need to learn how to properly care for your lenses. Each contact lens wearer will receive one-on-one instruction on how to best care for their contact lenses.
ANNUAL FOLLOW-UP EXAM
As a contact lens wearer, you will need to be seen annually to have your doctor check your vision, corneas, and make sure your lenses are fitting properly. Your contact lens prescription is valid for one year from the date of your last exam. If you happen to go through your annual supply of contacts before the year is up, you may order additional lenses. After the prescription has expired, you will need to have your eyes examined before more lenses can be reordered.
If you are within a year of your last eye exam, you can call our office to request a refill. We will direct ship them to you at no additional cost for addresses in the United States. Shipping outside the United States may incur an additional fee. Please allow three to four business days for your standard contact lenses to arrive; custom contact lenses will take longer.
*Please note we do not fill outside contact lens prescriptions.
Important do's and don'tS
- Do not wear a lens that is torn, nicked or damaged in any way.
- Do not use saliva, tap water, distilled water or anything other than the recommended solutions for lubricating, rewetting and/or cleaning your lenses.
- Always wash your hands with a mild, non-cream-based soap and dry with a lint free towel prior to handling your lenses.
- Discard the solution from your case after inserting your lenses, and allow the case to air dry. Replace or sterilize the case every 2-3 months.
- Ask yourself three questions each time you wear your lenses:
- Do my eyes feel good?
- Do my eyes look good?
- Do I see well?
If you answer "NO" to any of these question, remove your contacts immediately and contact our office.