Your eye is like a fingerprint, with its own unique shape and characteristics. To determine the contact lens that's the most appropriate and comfortable for you and your lifestyle, our experienced optometrists will take you through a few simple steps.
STEP 1: EVALUATION APPOINTMENT. During your contact lens evaluation, we'll determine which type of contact lens is best suited to your eye's unique physiology. We'll also find the prescription necessary to correct your vision, and learn about any other relevant eye conditions, like astigmatism, dry eyes, or allergies.
STEP 2: ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT. Next, we'll talk with you about your lifestyle. Do you work at a computer all day? Are you a reader? A swimmer? A mountain biker? Would you prefer to wear your contacts for longer periods of time?
STEP 3: FIT CHECK. Once you've received your contacts, we'll schedule a follow-up appointment to make sure your lenses are working optimally and fitting comfortably.
REBATES ON CONTACT LENSES ARE ALMOST ALWAYS AVAILABLE - FIND OUT MORE HERE:
Roosevelt Vision stays on top of what the current rebates from manufacturers are. Not only can you use insurance and/or HSA/FSA to purchase contact lenses, but most contact lenses also have a rebate! Rebates have gotten very easy to submit and only take a few minutes.
VIEW THE LATEST REBATES ON OUR NEWS PAGE
IS LASIK RIGHT FOR YOU?
If you’re seriously considering refractive surgery, you probably have some questions. The experts at Vision Source can provide the answers and care you need.
Our LASIK consultation and support services include:
Educating you about the refractive surgery process
Performing your pre-procedure testing, and evaluating whether you’re a good candidate for refractive surgery
Partnering with leading LASIK providers, selected for their records of success
Delivering your post-procedure care, and communicating regularly with the surgeon on your progress
Continually monitoring your eye health
If laser eye surgery is right for you, we’ll collaborate with your surgeon to ensure you receive the highest level of care and attention before, during, and after your procedure.
For more than 25 years, we've helped patients with a range of difficult-to-fit conditions. Read more about specialty contact lenses.
If your child’s vision is changing, Orthokeratology slows the progression of nearsightedness. Learn more about Orthokeratology.
Soft lenses - Flexible lenses made of gel-like plastic. They are instantly comfortable and designed to be worn for long periods. They're also suitable for conventional daily wear, extended-wear, multifocal, cosmetic colored, post-surgical, and more...
Rigid Gas Permeable lenses (RGP's) - Made from a rigid plastic that retains its shape when you blink. They often provide sharper vision than soft contact lenses. But unlike soft lenses (which are instantly comfortable), RGP lenses require some getting used to.
Daily Wear - Contact lenses that must be removed each night
Extended Wear - Contact lenses that can be worn for consecutive days without removing.
New to contacts? Get more information at our New To Contacts page
CONSIDERING CONTACTS? SCHEDULE A CONTACT LENS EVALUATION HERE.