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Contact Lenses

  • Removing Synergeyes Contact Lenses & Keratoconus

    Okay….it is VERY important to understand that this lens is unlike any others that have come before it. It is truly revolutionary. With that comes different insertion and removal techniques. Like any other lens, learning to insert it and remove it for the first time takes practice and gets easier every time you do it…if […]

    Continue Reading June 26, 2009

  • Gas Permeable Lenses are NOT Gone!

    Some refer to them as HARD lenses. Some call them gas perms. They used to be called PMMA. This is a family of lenses that are a harder plastic than the more commonly worn soft disposable lenses. They are hard. They are gas permeable, meaning that oxygen passes THROUGH the lens. They are no longer made […]

    Continue Reading April 9, 2009

  • Contact lens solutions are NOT all the same

    We ask our contact lens patients every day, which cleaning regimen to use? We often hear, “Oh, I usually use the green bottle but when it’s not on sale I use the blue one.” This is our cue that this patient needs some education. First, even among the BRANDED varieties, the contact lens solutions are not […]

    Continue Reading March 19, 2009

  • Synergeyes are a smash hit

    This lens never ceases to amaze. In just this past few weeks, I have taken 3 patients whom had previously been told they can no longer wear contact lenses, and fit them successfully with the Synergeyes lens. Most were fitted with the A lens (the most traditional lens) but some did necessitate the KC lens. […]

    Continue Reading January 19, 2009

  • Internet Contact Lens Purchases

    Really and Honestly, I do not care where my patients get their contact lenses. I am happy to release the prescription. I am thrilled that you have chosen me as your service provider. Most other optometrists feel the same. HOWEVER, know that there are things that your optometrist may not be able to provide if […]

    Continue Reading September 7, 2008

  • Daily Disposable Contact Lenses

    Daily Disposable lenses are not what they were five years. In fact, they aren’t the same they were last year. And as of today, they aren’t the same lenses they were yesterday! This segment of the market is so underrepresented in the US. In most other modern nations, daily disposable contact lens wearers comprise more […]

    Continue Reading June 25, 2008

  • Synergeyes Hybrid Contact Lenses

    Everyday someone asks me about the lenses. Synergeyes. I am thrilled. This lens comes in two main ‘varieties’ if you will, a single vision “A” lens and a multi-focal “MF” lens.  I have fit many people sucessfully in the A lens since its release over a year ago. I was lucky enough to be a […]

    Continue Reading February 23, 2008