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At Esther Ahn Optometry, we offer a range of contact lenses that will give you crystal clear vision. From the convenience of daily disposables to the versatility of bi-weekly and monthly lenses, we have something for everyone.

If you're looking for specialized lenses, we also offer Ortho-k (orthokeratology) and MiSight® lenses that temporarily correct myopia in children and young adults while they sleep. Let us help you find the perfect fit for clear and comfortable vision every day!

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Contact Lens Eye Exam and Fittings at Esther Ahn Optometry

If you’re looking to switch to contact lenses or to update your lens prescription, a contact lens eye exam and fitting is the first step. Typically, a contact lens eye exam involves our optometrist evaluating your eye health and visual acuity to determine a suitable contact lens prescription.

Why Do You Need a Contact Lens Exam?

The optometrist will measure the curvature of your corneas and diameter of your pupils to provide the ideal fit. If regular contacts aren’t suitable for your eyes, the eye doctor might recommend specialty lenses, depending on your individual case.

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Fitting lenses to your lifestyle

During the contact lens fitting, our optometrist will teach you how to insert, remove, and care for your contacts to maintain healthy vision and prevent complications. They’ll also give you a sample that you can take home and test out before settling on a lens brand or type.

Follow up fittings

It’s essential to schedule follow-up appointments to make sure that your contact lenses fit comfortably and offer the best vision correction. Our optometrists will evaluate the fit of the contacts, check for any signs of irritation or infection, and adjust the prescription if necessary. They’ll also emphasize the importance of hygiene and proper storage to prevent any potential complications.

Some of Our Most Popular Prescription Contact Lenses

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Daily disposable contact lenses are a popular choice for people who want to enjoy the freedom of being glasses-free without the commitment of daily cleaning and maintenance.

These types of contacts are recommended for people with busy or active lifestyles, because they can simply be discarded at the end of the day.

Bi-Weekly and Monthly Contact Lenses

Bi-weekly and monthly contact lenses are ideal options for people who want more cost-effective and longer-lasting alternatives to daily disposable lenses.
As the names suggest, bi-weekly lenses are meant to be changed every month, while monthly lenses are changed once a month. Both require good hygiene and care to prevent infections or complications, and to provide optimal comfort and vision.

We offer a variety of bi-weekly and monthly contact lenses from top brands, bifocals and multifocals for presbyopia, and even lenses for work, sports, and other everyday activities.

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Bifocal and Multifocal Contacts

Presbyopia, or age-related farsightedness can be challenging to deal with, especially if you’re tired of the hassle of switching between reading glasses and prescription glasses or want to wear contact lenses.

Fortunately, bifocal and multifocal contact lenses are the ideal solution which help people with presbyopia see clearly at all distances.

Bifocal contact lenses have two distinct areas of prescription, one for near vision and the other for distance vision. Multifocal contact lenses, on the other hand, have multiple prescriptions that smoothly transition from near to far vision.

This eliminates the need for switching between two pairs of glasses.

Scleral Lenses for Hard-to-Fit Eyes

Some people have "hard-to-fit" eyes that aren’t suited for regular contact lenses. Often, this is caused by an irregular eye shape due to high astigmatism or keratoconus.

Scleral lenses rest on the whites of the eyes, called the sclera, so they’re extremely comfortable and provide clear vision to people with unique eye conditions.

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Contact Lenses for Myopia Management

Our Ortho-K (orthokeratology) and MiSight® contact lenses are non-surgical solutions for myopia management. Ortho-k gently reshapes the cornea overnight, providing clear vision during the day without the need for glasses or contact lenses.

MiSight® lenses are soft contact lenses that have been specifically designed to slow down the progression of myopia in children.

Costume Contact Lenses

Costume lenses can be alluring because of their ability to enhance a costume or complete a look.

However, remember that not all costume lenses are created equal. Buying costume lenses from a reputable source is important for maintaining eye health because some costume lenses are created with low-quality materials or in unsanitary conditions, increasing the risk of infection or other eye problems.

We offer quality costume lenses in a variety of colors that are safe for patients to wear. We also provide education on proper lens care and hygiene to minimize the risk of complications.

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