A visit to Visual Health Doctors of Optometry for a contact lens exam in Springfield, VA – or at one of our other conveniently located optometry offices – means that you are receiving state-of-the-art eye care from eye doctors who have extensive training and experience in vision correction. While most people can wear contact lenses without any problems, not everyone is a good candidate. Your eyes need to last your lifetime, so you don’t want to get poor quality contacts from a faceless website! Keep reading to learn about the importance of a separate contact lens eye exam from our high-quality optometrists at Visual Health Doctors of Optometry.
A routine eye exam doesn’t include many of the measurements and testing that are necessary to determine if your eyes are suitable for contact lens wear or the nature of your own precise prescription. For example, if the curvature of your contact lens is too flat or too steep for your eye’s shape, you could experience discomfort or even long-term damage to your eye. Our 5-star-rated optometrist uses a diagnostic instrument called a keratometer to take the appropriate measurements of your eye’s clear front surface or cornea.
When you visit us for contact lenses, our customized contact lens exam means your new contact lenses will be exactly the right healthy fit for you! You can learn more about the benefits of in-person eye care by reading our free report, Five Essential Reasons to Get Your Contact Lenses from an Optometrist & Not Online.
Our office only stocks high-quality, trusted brands of contact lenses, such as Cooper Vision, Vistakon, Alcon, and Bausch & Lomb. Take advantage of our comprehensive contact lens exam by clicking here or by calling our optometry office nearest you.
If you want to learn more about our optometrist practice - where we offer the area's most convenient hours, where we offer a variety of generous payment options, and where your and your child's healthy vision is our top priority - Visual Health Doctors of Optometry is here to serve you!