Current, Past, Or New Contact Lens Wearer?
Volusia Eye Associates Offers A Full Contact Lens Clinic For Soft And Gas Permeable Lenses To Meet Your Needs.
**If your new to Contacts, see below for contact lens insertion and removal instructional videos**
Regular comprehensive eye examinations include tests for visual acuity and ocular health. While these tests will help to determine if you may require vision correction, they do not include the specialized tests necessary for a contact lens prescription. A contact lens examination includes specific tests to determine your candidacy for contact lenses, as well as the necessary measurements to determine an optimal contact lens prescription.
We carry a large variety of soft contact lenses fitting sets in our offices. These include spherical, toric, multifocal, and daily lenses to fit your contact lens needs.
If your doctor does not see that one of these brands is the best option for you, trial lenses can be ordered and delivered to the office, sometimes as quick as overnight. If you used to wear contacts in the past or were told years ago you may not be a candidate, there are new technologies available when it comes to contact lenses.
Daily contact lenses are becoming more popular as patients are realizing their convenience and comfort. Daily lenses are disposed at the end of each day. This allows the comfort of a new lens every morning. This also cuts out the need for contact lens solutions. Inserting a fresh contact lens everyday also reduces the likelihood of infection. Ask to trial one of the brands at your next contact lens appointment.
Our optical boutique in both our locations are available to also fill your Contact Lens prescription. Orders placed for supplies of contacts normally come in within 3-5 business days. If you purchase a year supply from our offices not only do you receive a discount, but your order can be shipped to your home free of shipping fees. We also have an online store where you can purchase your contacts at your convenience without having to call or visit our office.
Gas permeable lenses are most commonly fit on patient with irregular corneas or patients who suffer from dry eyes. Some of the most common conditions treated with Gas Permeable lenses are: