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Hard To Fit Contacts vs Regular Contacts

Hard To Fit Contacts vs Regular Contacts

The most common reason why people would choose hard to fit contacts over regular ones is due to an eye or vision issues, such as astigmatism. Astigmatism happens when the curvature or shape of the eye is abnormal, causing difficulty in wearing regular contacts. The good news is that there are ways for an optometrist to create specifically designed contacts for the individual with the eye condition or a certain type of eye issue. Contact lenses are a popular choice compared to eye glasses. An optometrist may offer several types of hard to fit contacts to his patient. Three common types are toric lenses, bifocal lenses, and gas-permeable lenses.

To make sure hard to fit contacts are right for you, we recommend a contact lens exam with our optometrist. Contact lenses is a big step in eye care, so make sure you are ready for the change. At Harrington Vision, your eye heath is our first priority. So we will make sure the contacts you choose are the best fit for you. Once the eye assessment is complete, we will order your specifically designed contacts.

Call Harrington Vision Today!

Harrington Vision is always looking for new patients. Our eye doctor in Florence has been treating patients with all types of eye conditions for over fifty years. We provide help with sports vision, contact lens exams, and computer vision problems. We also help with basic repairs to both glasses, and contact lenses. We accept many types of eye care insurance; however, we do offer easy payment options for those without a prescription plan. Our eye doctor in Florence has two offices and is open 9-5:30 throughout the week. Right now, new patients receive 20% off their first purchase of complete care. Online forms are also available. Prescription sunglasses are also available to our patients. Call us to make an appointment.

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