For many people, contact lenses make for an appealing alternative to traditional eyeglasses. However, in order to make sure that you get the most out of your contact lenses, you need to not only make sure that you are provided with the right prescription, but that you also get a pair of contact lenses which fit your eyes correctly. That’s why at Vision Arts Eyecare Center, our Spokane WA optometrist offers the necessary services in order to make sure that you get the pair of contact lenses that are perfect for you.
These days, no matter what major vision problem you are suffering from, odds are good that you would be a strong candidate for contact lenses. Getting a prescription for your contact lenses essentially involves the same processes that are involved in determining the right prescription for a pair of eyeglasses. Your eye doctor will likely perform a refraction test, which involves having you look through a series of different lenses at an eye chart that has been placed several feet away in the same room. By determining which lenses most effectively correct your vision, you will be given the correct prescription for your contact lenses. Then, our Spokane WA optometrist will use simple and easy techniques to look at the shape of your eyes and find contact lenses that will rest in them naturally, comfortably, and most important, correctly for a long period of time, so you can place your contact lenses in your eyes at the beginning of the day and then simply forget about them. Luckily, when the proper contact lenses for your needs are identified, they will be so comfortable in your eyes that, aside from the improvement in your vision, you won’t even notice that they are there.
At Vision Arts Eyecare Center, we are committed to making sure that you get the proper care for your eyes and the proper contact lenses to fix a vision problem. Our Spokane WA optometrist, Dr. Monty Smick, has decades of experience in this field, and will use the necessary techniques to provide you with not only the right optical prescription, but also the right lenses for the shape of your eyes.