Contact lenses have certainly come a long way. Over the past 10 or so years, there of been great advances in contact lenses which now make it possible for almost anyone to benefit from wearing contact lenses. It is very important that you have a contact lens exam and fitting which will allow our optometrist to determine your exact contact lens needs. A prescription will then be written for 34231 contact lenses, which will totally address your vision needs, as well as the shape of your eyes.
If you are going to be wearing contact lenses for the first time, you will definitely need a new contact lens prescription. If your contact lens prescription has expired, you will also need to get a new prescription before purchasing contact lenses at our optical store. However if you have an existing contact lens prescription, which is current, you will not need to get a new contact prescription in order to purchase contacts at our optical store. As part of your contact lens prescription, our optometrist at Optical Outlets, will want to measure the curvature of your cornea and the size of your iris.
This information will be included as part of your contact lens prescription to help ensure proper fit. If contact lenses do not fit your eyes precisely, they can end up damaging your cornea and even cause permanent vision damage. This is why contact lenses can never be purchased without a prescription – including nonprescription color changing contact lenses. When you come to us to get 34231 contact lenses, our optometrist will precisely measure any type of refractive error you may have. Whether you are nearsighted, farsighted, or have astigmatism, you can now wear contact lenses which will fit your eyes comfortably and provide you with excellent vision correction.
Today most people wear soft 34231 contact lenses. These types of contacts are very easy to get used to and come in several different styles. Today soft contact lenses can be disposable, used for daily wear, use for extended wear, or provide patients with a perceived color change of their iris. Contact lenses can now also be made to contain several different vision distances, or work especially well for patients who are suffering from dry eye. At our Optical Outlets store, we carry many different brands of contact lenses, including contact lenses by Bausch + Lomb; proclear; Acuvue; and Air Optix Aqua. For an appointment to meet with our optometrist regarding getting a new contact lens prescription, simply contact us today.
4848 S Tamiami Trail
Sarasota, FL 34231