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Enhance Your Vision with a Wide Range of Contact Lenses

Discover the freedom of clear vision without the need for glasses. Orangeville Vision Development Centre’s wide range of contact lenses, including single vision, astigmatism, and multifocal options from trusted brands like Alcon, & CooperVision, offers unparalleled comfort and visual clarity. Whether in Orangeville or Brampton our expert optometrists will help you find the perfect contact lenses to suit your lifestyle and prescription.

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Clear Vision Made Easy: Contact Lens Exam, Fitting, and Follow-Up

When it comes to achieving clear and comfortable vision, contact lenses offer a convenient and effective solution. However, getting the right contact lenses requires a thorough examination, precise fitting, and ongoing follow-up care.

Contact Lens Exam

Our optometrist will assess your eye health and visual acuity during a contact lens exam and determine your suitability for contact lens wear. We will also discuss your lifestyle, preferences, and any specific visual requirements.

Contact Lens Fitting

Our optometrist will carefully measure your eyes and consider factors like corneal shape, prescription, and tear film quality to determine your best type and size. We will provide trial lenses to try at home before committing. During follow-up visits, our optometrist will evaluate the fit, comfort, and vision the lenses provide. Adjustments can be made if necessary.

We are dedicated to providing exceptional care throughout your contact lens journey. Our Orangeville team will address any concerns or questions to ensure you are confident and comfortable with your contact lenses.

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Disposable Contact Lenses in Orangeville

Disposable contact lenses are a popular and convenient choice for correcting vision. These lenses are designed to be worn for a specific period, typically daily or monthly, before being replaced with a fresh pair. Disposable lenses provide the benefit of excellent visual clarity, ensuring clear and sharp vision. They are also easy to wear, providing a comfortable fit throughout the day. Additionally, disposable lenses require minimal maintenance, as there is no need for cleaning and storing them. Different disposable lenses are available, like toric lenses for astigmatism correction and multifocal lenses for addressing presbyopia. If you’re interested in learning more about disposable contact lenses and finding the right option, consult with the team at Orangeville Vision Development Centre.

Multifocal Contactlenses

Multifocal contact lenses address the visual needs of individuals with presbyopia, a common age-related condition that affects near vision. These lenses provide a convenient alternative to wearing both distance and reading glasses. Multifocal lenses have multiple prescription powers within the same lens, providing a seamless transition between near, intermediate, and distance vision. By incorporating different powers, these lenses enable individuals to see clearly at various distances, offering enhanced visual comfort and convenience. Dr. Patel is an expert in fitting multifocal contact lenses

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Toric Lenses to Correct AstigmatismDisposable Contact Lenses in Orangeville

Toric contact lenses correct astigmatism, a refractive error that causes blurred or distorted vision. Unlike regular contact lenses, toric lenses have different powers in different meridians of the lens to compensate for the irregular shape of the cornea. This allows the lens to align properly on the eye, providing clear and crisp vision. If you have astigmatism, consult our team at Orangeville Vision Development Centre to determine if toric lenses are the right choice.

Rigid Gas-Permeable (RGP) Contact Lenses

Rigid gas-permeable (RGP) contact lenses are made from a rigid material that allows oxygen to pass through to the cornea. They offer several benefits, including sharper vision, durability, and easier handling than soft lenses. RGP lenses suit various vision conditions, including astigmatism, myopia, and hyperopia. They provide excellent visual acuity and are often recommended for patients with irregular corneas. Talk to our Orangeville team to learn about rigid gas-permeable lenses.

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