FAQs About Contact Lenses

FAQs About Contact Lenses

Whether you have worn glasses for decades, or you just want a new vision option, contact lenses can help you. They are an excellent solution to restore vision, without impacting your appearance the way eyeglasses can.

The ophthalmologists and optometrists at Precision Eye Group offer comprehensive vision services, including contact lenses. They have several convenient office locations in Honesdale, Dingmans Ferry, Carbondale, and Lake Ariel, PA, to help you see better.

What You Need To Know About Contact Lenses

If you are considering contact lenses, you probably have a few questions. These are some frequently asked questions about contact lenses:

What are Contact Lenses?

Contact lenses are special lenses designed to fit over the eyes, correcting vision problems like astigmatism, myopia, presbyopia, and more.

What are the benefits of contact lenses? 

Contact lenses offer some important benefits, including:

  • Crystal clear vision correction without distortion
  • Easy care, including cleaning, portability, and storage
  • Comfort, without adding weight onto your nose or face

Who is an ideal candidate for contact lenses?

Active people, athletes, and people who want another option instead of, or in addition to eyeglasses are all excellent candidates for contact lenses.

How do contact lenses help vision?

Contact lenses are a superb solution to correct vision problems due to dry eyes, astigmatism, reading issues, near-sightedness, and far-sightedness.

What are the different types of contact lenses?

There are several types of contact lenses, designed for different vision issues, and made of different materials. Consider:

Soft contact lenses offer excellent oxygen flow, comfort, and superb fit.

Hard contact lenses in rigid gas permeable or hard versions. They provide crystal clear vision, breathability, and less eye infection risk.

Scleral contact lenses, which are larger than traditional hard lenses, cover more of your eye.

Soft, multifocal lenses, for management of near-sightedness, or myopia in children.

Soft, prosthetic lenses, which are colored and made of breathable material. They reduce glare and sensitivity to light, making them a great option for better night vision.

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