A Wide Selection of Standard & Specialty Contact Lenses
We offer a wide variety of contact lens brands and styles so we can treat many different conditions. We carry contact lenses that allow us to correct refractive errors like myopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism.
We also offer specialty contact lenses suitable for eye conditions where standard lenses don’t provide clear vision or are uncomfortable. Conditions like presbyopia and keratoconus can be treated with specialty lenses, such as multifocal or scleral lenses.
At Macha Eye Care, we’re dedicated to offering the right mix of brands to suit a spectrum of eye conditions. Some of our offerings include:
- Soft contact lenses
- Rigid gas permeable lenses
- Toric lenses
- Multifocal lenses
- Scleral lenses
- Color lenses included unique Halloween designs
- Disposable lenses of varying replacement schedules
We use various diagnostic tools to scan and measure your eye’s surface to ensure your contact lenses will fit you properly. The tools we use to measure your eyes are:
Our optometrists will properly fit you with contact lenses that suit your needs and lifestyle best so you can see clearly and comfortably.
Astigmatism occurs when the eye is more oval-shaped than a typical eyeball, similar to a football rather than a basketball. When the eye is misshapen, the light falls at different points on the retina, creating blurred or distorted vision.
Toric contact lenses are an excellent option to correct astigmatism, but they should be properly fitted by an optometrist to ensure the correct orientation for optimal vision.
As we age, the clear, flexible lens in each eye becomes stiff, and the muscles surrounding the eye become weak, making it difficult to change focus between distances. The hardening of the lens in our eyes is referred to as presbyopia and is the leading cause of the need for reading glasses as we get older.
Multifocal contact lenses can give individuals with presbyopia clear vision. They offer multiple prescriptions in each lens, allowing you to see clearly when focusing on objects up close and far away.
In the past, corneal irregularities like keratoconus and astigmatism made it significantly more difficult to find contact lenses that were comfortable and effective. However, with advancements in contact lens technology, new styles specially designed for irregular corneas have provided clear vision without sacrificing comfort.
Scleral lenses vault over your cornea and rest on the sclera, leaving a space between the lens and the outer edge of your eye. This space acts as a reservoir for fluid to continually bathe the cornea, helping keep the eyes feel comfortable and lubricated.