Contact Lenses

Following a thorough contact lens exam with our Corpus Christi eye doctors, it is our goal to help you find the best fit of contact lenses based on your prescription and eye structure, as well as your lifestyle and level of comfort. Our Corpus Christi eye doctors carry a wide variety of contact lenses for you to try including the gamut from long term wear to disposables, soft or hard, bifocals, multifocals, toric and even colored contact lenses.

The experienced technicians at our Corpus Christi optometrist office will be happy to discuss your options and help you determine the best type and brand of lenses for you. We are happy to assist you in trying on lenses and testing a few samples to help you make your decision.

We will also review proper lens application and removal as well as the importance and guidelines for proper lens care.

It is important that each of our contact lens patients has a solution that not only improves vision, but that does so in a comfortable, easy, affordable and safe manner.

Contact Lenses For Any Vision Need

With today’s technology, contact lenses are becoming an option for many more individuals with a wider range of vision needs. Whether you need specialized lenses for bifocal use, astigmatism or dry eyes, we will try to our best to find an option that is effective and comfortable for your individual circumstances. With thousands of trial lenses in stock, the majority of our patients are able to take home a trial pair of lenses the same day as their exam. If you have a difficult to fit prescription or concerns about wearing contacts, our optometrists and staff are here to discuss your options and assist you in making the best decision.

Some Brands Corpus Christi Eye Doctors Provide

Bausch & Lomb
Air Optix

In fact, we provide all of the above brands and many more – having access to a wide range of contact lenses available today for all sorts of vision correction needs.

Are Contact Lenses for You?

The vast majority of people requiring vision correction can wear contact lenses without any problems. New materials and lens care technologies have made today’s contacts more comfortable, safer and easier to wear.

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Buy Your Contact Lenses

Order your contact lenses with just a few simple steps.
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Replacement Schedule

Contact lens are often prescribed with a specific replacement schedule suitable to your specific needs. Planned (or Frequent) Replacement contacts are disposed of and replaced with a new pair according to a planned schedule.
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Types of Vision Correction

Spherical contact lenses for nearsightedness and farsightedness. Toric contact lenses for astigmatism. Bifocal lenses for presbyopia, the loss of ability to focus on reading or close-up activities.
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Wearing Schedule

Depending on whether or not you use Daily Wear Products or Extended wear, will affect the amount of time that is safe to wear each.
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Wear and Care Tips

The information linked here is intended as a supplement to the training and instruction you receive as part of a contact lens fitting program.
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When you are fitted for contact lenses a particular lens care system is recommended — a group of products to clean, disinfect and make your lenses safe and comfortable for wear.

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Air Optix Color Contact Lenses Online

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