Contact Lenses

Clear Vue Eye Center offers the latest technology - let the lenses do the work!

Here at Clear Vue Eye Center,  we offer a variety of contact lenses for single vision and presbyopia.  We also offer colored contact lenses and color blends from the top manufacturers.
If you’re having trouble seeing up close, welcome to the club – it happens to a lot of us in our 40s and 50s. It’s called Presbyopia. The thing is, it’s an active club: we’re running and biking, working, and socializing with friends. We’re too active for the hassles of bifocals and reading glasses. Now there’s a contact lens that lets you see everything effortlessly and gives you the freedom to do it all.

The newest offers are the Bausch & Lomb Multi-Focal Contact Lenses which deliver sharp, clear vision wherever you choose to focus. Bausch & Lomb PureVision® Multi-Focal lenses is the only silicone hydrogel lens with the world’s #1 selling multifocal design.  We also offer the Proclear Multifocal toric contact lens which corrects both astigmatism and presbyopia.  They are created with all-distance optics that seamlessly adjust your vision, from up-close reading to mid-range computer work, to distance vision while driving.
Contact Lenses In Lake Worth
ACUVUE® Brand Contact Lenses are available in our office as well by prescription only for vision correction. Dr. Barbour will determine whether contact lenses are right for you.

Although rare, serious eye problems can develop while wearing contact lenses. To help avoid these problems, follow the wear and replacement schedule and the lens care instructions provided by your eye doctor. Do not wear contact lenses if you have an eye infection, or experience eye discomfort, excessive tearing, vision changes, redness or other eye problems. If one of these conditions occurs, contact Dr. Barbour immediately.

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Contact Lenses In Lake Worth

Contact Lenses:

A contact lens is a thin disk which floats on the surface of the eye, providing vision correction. With advances in optical technology, almost everyone now can wear contact lenses, regardless of the type or extent of their vision problems.

Types Of Contact Lenses

Toric Lenses: Toric contact lenses are designed to correct for astigmatism. For those patients with astigmatism, part of the cornea has an oblong shape, which can make it difficult to achieve clear vision with a typical soft contact lens. Toric lenses have two different powers of correction in order to maximize vision and accommodate the astigmatism. They are available in a variety of forms, including daily, weekly and monthly disposables, as well as with colored options.

Progressive Toric Lenses : Progressive toric contact lenses are a variant of toric lenses that not only correct astigmatism, but also vision problems due to presbyopia. Presbyopia is a natural change in the ability of our eyes to focus that occurs to most people as they age. Presbyopia causes small or close-up objects to appear blurry. Progressive toric lenses offer multiple powers of correction all in one lens to provide sharp vision at a range of distances to those with astigmatism.

Daily Disposable Lenses: Daily disposable contact lenses are intended to be thrown out and replaced after you've worn them for the day. They are even easier to maintain than regular soft contacts because they require no cleaning or disinfecting. Daily disposable lenses are also a very healthy option since any bacteria that forms on the lens during the course of the day is disposed of that night and a fresh, clean lens is used the following morning.

All contact lenses require a prescription.

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