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Contact Lens Types

  • Single VisionSV lenses are ideal for patients needed a simple distance prescription. They are available in soft lenses and in various replacement schedules, including a 1 day disposable, 2 week disposables, or monthly planned replacement.
  • Toric LensesToric contact lenses correct for astigmatism in your prescription. They come in "soft" or "hard" varieties and use prism ballasting technology to keep the lens stable on an unlevel, irregular surface.
  • Multi-focal LensesPatients needing vision correction for both distance and near viewing may be a candidate for multifocal lenses. This is similar to a bifocal or progressive lens in glasses and could eliminate the need for readers worn over contact lenses.
  • Monovision LensesAnother option for distance and near viewing is monovision lenses. This is a great option for patients who cannot tolerate multifocal contacts. The visual system is split giving the dominant eye optimal distance prescription and the non-dominant eye gets your reading correction, also eliminating the need for readers in most cases.
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Face Shape Guide
Square face
Round face
Oval face
Heart face

A square face has defined angles and balanced lines along the forehead, chin and cheeks. An oval or round frame will complement these strong features and soften them.

The width and height of a round face will be roughly similar. In order to elongate and play down the fullness of the cheeks, select a frame with strong angles and straight lines.

An oval face is defined by higher cheekbones and a chin that is narrower than the forehead. Frames that sweep upward complement the cheekbones and slim down the jawline.

A heart-shaped face has a long, pointed jawline, with the chin being the smallest feature. Over-sized frames complement this shape and balance out the forehead and narrow chin.