Contacts For Your Unique Eyes
For a long time, people with certain eye conditions were told contact lenses weren’t for them. Modern technology and contact lens advancements have removed that barrier for many people whose eyes used to be considered hard-to-fit.
StylEyes can offer specialty contact lenses to compensate for plenty of visual problems. Let us take a look at your eyes to see what doors we can open for your vision correction.
Our Specialty Lenses
Along with the more common soft lenses, StylEyes offers specialty lenses to help more patients find comfort and flexibility with contact lenses.
Rigid Gas-Permeable Lenses
Rigid gas-permeable (RGP) lenses are a more firm contact lens that allows oxygen to pass through to the surface of the eye. Though RGP lenses may have an adjustment period initially, they offer crisp, sharp vision, are durable and tear-resistant, and can last for years.
Rigid gas permeable lenses are a good option for people with:
They can also be used to correct vision after refractive surgery.
Keratoconic Contact Lenses
Keratoconus occurs when the cornea weakens or bulges, resulting in a cone-shaped eye surface. People with keratoconus used to be unable to wear contact lenses. But now, there are multiple lens types designed to correct keratoconus, such as:
- Rigid gas-permeable lenses
- Hybrid lenses
- Custom soft lenses
- Scleral lenses
Visit us to find out which lens type is right for you.
Myopia, or nearsightedness, can be controlled with overnight lenses that gently reshape the cornea. These include ortho-k (orthokeratology) lenses and CRT (corneal refractive therapy) lenses. Myopia control is especially effective in the early years; mention myopia control lenses at your child’s eye exam.
Come See If Contacts Can Work For You
You may have options beyond glasses. Book an appointment for a contact lens exam to see if you’re a candidate for our specialty contacts. Let StylEyes open up your vision correction world.