If you have a vision problem such as farsightedness, nearsightedness, astigmatism, or a combination of vision issues, the experienced optometry team can help at Classic Vision Care, with two locations in Marietta and another in Kennesaw, and Atlanta, Georgia. They offer a wide selection of specialty contact lenses to help you achieve perfect vision and a better quality of life. Schedule an eye exam with Classic Vision Care over the phone or online today.
Specialty contact lenses, including hard and soft contacts, are made of plastics and other special materials. You can wear contact lenses as an alternative to glasses to correct the following vision problems:
Your optometrist lets you know which specialty contact lenses best match your unique needs based on your lifestyle and the type of vision problem. They help you achieve perfect vision.
There are numerous specialty contact lenses available at Classic Vision Care. Examples include:
Hard contacts, including rigid gas-permeable lenses, are made of plastics and other materials. These contacts firmly hold their shape but allow oxygen to flow through the lens to your eye. Your optometrist might recommend hard contact lenses if you have astigmatism or allergies that create protein deposits on soft contact lenses.
Soft contacts are made of flexible materials. Some are designed for daily wear, in which case you remove the lenses before going to sleep. Other soft contacts are safe to wear while you sleep but must be cleaned weekly. Toric lenses are useful if you have astigmatism. Colored contacts are available to change the perceived color of your eyes.
CRT® ortho-k (orthokeratology) gas-permeable contacts can treat farsightedness, nearsightedness, and astigmatism. You wear the contacts while you sleep to gently reshape your eye’s cornea and correct your vision, so you can go contact-free during the day.
SynergEyes® Duette hybrid specialty contacts combine hard and soft lens technology into one contact lens for superior vision correction. Duette lenses result in enhanced vision and comfort, even if you have astigmatism or multiple vision issues.
After thoroughly reviewing your medical history and completing a comprehensive eye exam and vision tests, your Classic Vision Care specialist lets you know which specialty contact lenses best match your personalized needs. They take into consideration the type of vision problem you have, your lifestyle, and your preferences.
Don’t let blurry vision reduce your quality of life. Schedule an eye exam with Classic Vision Care over the phone or online today.