Difficult to Fit Contact Lens Patients

Patients are referred to our practice everyday because they are unable to wear their current contacts lenses or they have been told that they are ‘too difficult to fit”. If you are a difficult to fit contact lens patient or have been told that contact lenses are not an option, have confidence that Newport Eye Care has the experience to handle challenging cases.Our contact lens fitting fees reflect the extra time our doctors take to ensure our patients are getting the most precise fitting lenses, giving them the best opportunity to achieve clear and comfortable vision.

Call today and schedule a comprehensive contact lens examination.

CONTACT LENS OPTIONS

Newport Eye Care prescribes all types of contact lenses including; soft lenses, gas-permeable contacts lenses, hybrid contact lenses, extended wear contacts, bifocal contacts, progressive contacts, contact lenses for astigmatism, lenses for dry eye, keratoconic lenses, contacts for tennis, golf and other sports, post refractive surgery contact lenses and many other specialty lenses.

A comprehensive contact lens evaluation by Newport Eye Care is the best way to assure long-term eye health, clear vision and all day comfort.
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SCLERAL LENSES

Here at Newport Eye Care, we are proud to offer scleral lenses for our patients.

Scleral contact lenses are often used for people who are unable to use traditional contact lenses. There are plenty of eye conditions where traditional lenses simply won’t work.

Scleral lenses get their name because they cover the whole eye instead of just a portion of the cornea. They rest on the sclera (the white part of your eye). Since they are much larger than traditional lenses, they are more stable on eyes and don’t get dislodged easily.

Scleral lenses are also more comfortable—once you put them in! For this reason, they can also be used on sensitive eyes or irregularly shaped corneas. Scleral lenses can also be used by people who suffer from dry eyes.

Scleral lenses can be more expensive than traditional lenses because they are custom-made to fit your eyes. It takes special tools and imaging devices to measure your eyes and order your lenses. Vision insurance can help with these extra costs, and we will be happy to discuss payments at your visit.

If you have any questions about scleral lenses or if you want to set up an appointment to try them, don’t hesitate to contact us today at (207) 355-3333.