Contact Lens Exams, Fittings, & Brands in Pennsylvania

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The Glasses-Free Answer For Clear Vision

Depending on your job or lifestyle, you may prefer not to wear glasses as often to correct your refractive error. Fortunately, if you crave clear vision without glasses, contact lenses may provide the solution you’re looking for.

Contact lens technology has developed to manage a range of different refractive errors and a variety of different eye conditions, making them more accessible to patients than ever before.

If you’re interested in contact lenses, please contact our eye care team to book a contact lens exam and fitting, and we’ll help you discover a clear, comfortable, glasses-free lifestyle!

Who Can Wear Contact Lenses?

Contact lenses are a wonderful way to correct a variety of different refractive errors including myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism and presbyopia. However, contact lenses aren’t for everyone.

There are a variety of factors that can affect your ability to wear contact lenses safely and comfortably. Some of them include:

To help determine your candidacy for contact lenses, we suggest you have a contact lens exam and fitting.

The Contact Lens Process

The first step to getting contact lenses is having a comprehensive eye exam. Eye exams allow your optometrist to determine not only the prescription of the contacts you may need, but also if you require specialty contact lenses.

The fitting process is one of the most important steps to getting contact lenses. Your optometrist will take detailed measurements of your corneal parameters, including size and shape. You’ll have an opportunity to trial your contact lenses and if they aren’t up to par, your optometrist can make any needed adjustments.

We’ll also give you an educational session to teach you how to properly insert. remove, and take care of your contact lenses. Some contacts can only be used once before they need to be thrown away, but others can be used daily for a couple weeks to a month before you’ll need to replace them.

The trial period is your opportunity to try your contacts for a period of time. When you return to your optometrist for a follow-up appointment your optometrist will be able to determine how well you are adapting to your lenses and make any necessary adjustments to the power or fit.

Specialty Contact Lenses

When light is refracted through your eye, you may experience spherical aberrations which can result in a loss of definition and clarity.

The eye has a natural mechanism to compensate for spherical aberrations; negative aberration in your cornea and positive aberration in your crystalline lens. With age, spherical aberration may increase, affecting your vision.

Aspheric contact lenses mitigate these aberrations, giving you clearer vision.

Toric contact lenses correct different prescriptions along the horizontal and vertical axis and are used to for people with astigmatism. They are designed with a specific shape and weight to keep them from rotating.

Multifocal contact lenses have multiple prescriptions to help wearers see at a variety of distances. Multifocals are used by people with presbyopia and are often recommended for myopia control.

Hybrid contact lenses are made of 2 distinct materials: a rigid gas-permeable center and a soft hydrogel skirt. These lenses offer stability and help people who may have trouble with regular contact lenses see clearly and comfortably.

Scleral contact lenses have a larger diameter than regular contact lenses. Instead of sitting on the cornea, a scleral lens sits on the sclera (whites) of your eye and vaults over your cornea. These contacts may be recommended for people who have corneal issues, such as keratoconus, that could prevent them from wearing traditional contact lenses.

Ortho-K (orthokeratology) contact lenses are designed to help reshape the cornea while you sleep, providing crisp, clear vision without the need for glasses or contact lenses during the daytime. Optometrists generally recommend Ortho-K contacts to help manage myopia progression in children and adults.

Transitions contact lenses dim in bright light and clear in low light, helping you achieve comfortable vision in almost any lighting situation, reducing glare and eye strain

Our Locations

Stroudsburg

Our Stroudsburg location is easily located right on Route 611, in the same shopping complex with Friendly’s and Dollar General. There is plenty of parking right in front of our practice, with disabled parking options available.

Contact Information

Phone: 570-421-3342
Fax: 570-421-8490

Address

2942 Route 611 Suite 5
Tannersville, PA 18372

Hours of Operations

Monday
9 AM6 PM
Tuesday
9 AM6 PM
Wednesday
9 AM4 PM
Thursday
9 AM6 PM
Friday
9 AM4 PM
Saturday
Closed
Sunday
Closed

Our Stroudsburg location is easily located right on Route 611, in the same shopping complex with Friendly’s and Dollar General. There is plenty of parking right in front of our practice, with disabled parking options available.

Contact Information

Phone: 570-421-3342
Fax: 570-421-8490

Address

2942 Route 611 Suite 5
Tannersville, PA 18372

Hours of Operations

Monday
9 AM6 PM
Tuesday
9 AM6 PM
Wednesday
9 AM4 PM
Thursday
9 AM6 PM
Friday
9 AM4 PM
Saturday
Closed
Sunday
Closed

Hazleton

Our Hazleton location is easily located right on the Airport Beltway, in the same shopping complex as Hertz and Antonia’s Jewelry & Repair. There’s plenty of parking right in front of our practice, with disabled parking options available.

Contact Information

Phone: 570-453-2020
Fax: 570-453-1020

Address

281 Airport Road
Hazle Township, PA 18202

Hours of Operations

Monday
8 AM6 PM
Tuesday
8 AM4 PM
Wednesday
8 AM5:30 PM
Thursday
8 AM4 PM
Friday
8 AM4 PM
Saturday
Closed
Sunday
Closed

Our Hazleton location is easily located right on the Airport Beltway, in the same shopping complex as Hertz and Antonia’s Jewelry & Repair. There’s plenty of parking right in front of our practice, with disabled parking options available.

Contact Information

Phone: 570-453-2020
Fax: 570-453-1020

Address

281 Airport Road
Hazle Township, PA 18202

Hours of Operations

Monday
8 AM6 PM
Tuesday
8 AM4 PM
Wednesday
8 AM5:30 PM
Thursday
8 AM4 PM
Friday
8 AM4 PM
Saturday
Closed
Sunday
Closed

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