At Complete Eye Care we offer a wide variety of contact lenses to fit any lifestyle. We offer all major brands and styles including daily wear, monovision, multifocal, toric and gas perm lenses.
All contact lenses including cosmetic ones are medical devices and require a prescription. During your contact lens exam Dr. Waters will check the health of your corneas and make sure contact lenses are the best choice for your eyewear. He will consider lens materials, the size, the fit and the comfort of the contacts. Once this has been determined, we will provide you with the lenses, lens care kits and individual instructions for wear and care.
Our team also specializes in helping first time wearers become comfortable with the contact lens wear and care process.
Contact Lens Care
- Before handling contacts, wash and dry hands with mild soap and lint-free towel. Avoid lotions and hand sanitizers before handling lenses.
- Examine contacts before putting them in your eye. Make sure there is no damage such as tears.
- Use fresh solution to clean and store contacts.
- Clean your contact lens storage case with warm soapy water at least once a week. Rinse thoroughly and wipe dry with lint-free towel.
- Remove contacts immediately if you have discomfort, excess tearing, vision changes or redness. Call for an eye exam to prevent further problems.
- See us yearly for your comprehensive eye exam, so we can make sure your corneas are healthy and the contacts are still the right fit.
- Never touch the contacts with your fingernails or tweezers that can damage the lenses.
- Never use contacts that are damaged.
- Never put contacts in your mouth.
- Never use expired prescriptions.
- Never wear your contacts longer than recommended.
- Never share contacts.
- Never wear contacts while swimming unless you use water-tight goggles, as any exposure to water can cause a serious eye infection.