Find Frame-Free Ways to Support Your Vision
Contact lenses are a comfortable, reliable way to achieve clear vision without the need for traditional eyeglasses.
Using an array of innovative technology and observing the various structures of your eye, we can match you with a pair of contacts from the country’s leading brands and styles. Whether you’re looking for clear vision for work, sports, or school, you’ll find the help you need by visiting Dr. McCurdy and his eye care team today.
Are Contact Lenses Right For You?
Contact lenses have made several advancements over the years—advancements that have made them more accessible than ever before. Various types of contacts can now help address myopia progression, keratoconus, and presbyopia.
However, even if you have these issues, we still need to perform a contact lens exam and fitting to determine if contacts are the right option for you. We may not recommend contact lenses if you experience frequent eye infections, or live with dry eye symptoms.
By examining your eyes and their needs, we can ensure your contacts provide you with crisp, clear, comfortable vision.
Getting Your Contact Lenses
The Eye Exam
Eye exams are routine in all facets of eye care.
We examine the eye using various technologies, each as comfortable as they are comprehensive.
The Trial Period
After your appointment, we may provide you with a trial pair of contacts to wear for a short time. We’ll also book a follow-up appointment to ensure your eyes are adjusting appropriately to your new lenses.
Please remove your contact lenses if you begin to experience irritation, pain, or discomfort and give our office a call.
Types of Contact Lenses We Offer
Rigid Gas-Permeable Lenses
Soft Contact Lenses
These lenses rest on your eye’s sclera, otherwise known as the whites of your eyes. Having a larger size allows the lenses to “vault” over your cornea while still providing you with crisp, clear vision.
Multifocal lenses have multiple prescriptions to help correct refractive errors at various distances.
Presbyopia is a vision problem many people develop as they age, and it could occur even if you have another refractive error like nearsightedness or farsightedness. Multifocals can help correct these errors and support clear vision.
It Starts With an Eye Exam
No matter your needs, the very first step in getting contacts is booking an eye exam with our team today. We’ll be happy to walk you through our many contact lens options and help you find comfortable, frame-free ways to enjoy your vision.
Order Contacts Online
Please visit our Order Contacts page if you’d like to order your next supply of contact lenses!
Utilizing silicon hydrogel technology, Air Optix contact lenses are well known for comfort and oxygen permeability. They are available in a variety of prescriptions and varieties, including toric lenses.
Proclear by CooperVision are a line of daily-disposable contact lenses with options available for nearly every corrective lens prescription need, including options for astigmatism. Designed in USA, they feature Phosphorylcholine, a material that attracts water and encourages healthy eye hydration.
Dailies Total 1
Excellent comfort until the end of the day with breathable construction. This lens is designed to provide a surface that’s over 80% water, mimicking the same as the surface of your eye. Dailies Total 1 provide a new era in daily disposables.