Contact lenses have come a long way and offer some exciting options. You can bat a pair of baby blues one day, then flash golden tiger eyes the next. You can even toss disposable lenses in the trash each night.
For people with vision problems, contacts remain an effective, almost invisible tool. The thin plastic lenses fit over your cornea — the clear, front part of your eye — to correct vision problems including nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism. You can wear contacts even if you have presbyopia and need bifocals.
The Eye Associates will help you decide on the best type of lenses for you. You want to make sure you get your regular eye exams so you not only keep your eyes healthy, but also keep your contact prescription up-to-date.