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Contact Lenses

Soft, Gas-Permeable, Multifocal, Medically-Necessary

Whether you’ve worn contact lenses for years or would like to try them for the first time, Dr. Giese and Dr. Weaver can recommend the best and most up to date contact lenses for you for both work and play. There are a variety of contact lenses available these days and our doctors are skilled at assessing your current needs and eye health to find the best options for your eyes.

Dr. Giese and Dr. Weaver are experienced at fitting astigmatism and bifocal/multifocal contact lenses. In addition, we can custom design contact lenses to improve vision for conditions where glasses and traditional contact lenses may not help. These “medically necessary” or “difficult to fit” contact lenses may improve vision for conditions such as keratoconus, post surgical corneas (eg. radial keratotomy (RK), corneal transplant, LASIK), pellucid marginal degeneration and high or irregular astigmatism.

Schedule an appointment with Dr. Giese and Dr. Weaver to discuss whether or not contact lenses might be a good option for you.