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Contact Lenses for Duvall, Monroe & Woodinville

contact lens on fingerNearsighted, Farsighted, Astigmatism, Presbyopia, Myopia Control - whatever your particular eye problem we quite likely have a contact lens that will work for you.  Certain eyes are still a challenge, but we have the technology and skills to fit more patients than ever before.

If you previously failed with contact lenses, or if you just thought they would not work for you, let Duvall Advanced Family EyeCare make you a happy contact lens wearer.

If you are interested in wearing contact lenses, call our office to schedule a consultation. Even if you've been told you're not a good candidate for contacts we may be able to help you wear contact lenses safely and successfully.

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  • Presbyopia is the normal loss of focusing ability up close when you reach your 40s. Today, there are many designs of bifocal and multifocal contact lenses to correct presbyopia. Another option for presbyopia is monovision. Read More...
  • Daily contact lenses are convenient because no lens cleaning is required, and they are healthy because there is no day-to-day accumulation of lens deposits. Also, because these lenses are not worn overnight, you have potentially less risk of contact lens-related eye problems. Read More...
  • Orthokeratology, or “Ortho-k,” is the use of specially-designed gas permeable contact lenses to flatten the shape of the cornea and thereby reduce or correct mild to moderate amounts of nearsightedness. The lenses are worn during sleep and removed in the morning. Many people with myopia can see well without glasses or contact lenses during the day after wearing the corneal reshaping lenses at night. Read More...
  • Multifocal contacts are special lenses that have different powers in different zones of the lens. Researchers and eye doctors are finding that conventional or modified multifocal soft contact lenses also are effective tools for myopia control. Read More...
  • If you have dry eyes, the first step is to treat the condition. Once the dry eye condition is treated and symptoms are reduced or eliminated, contact lenses can be tried. Certain soft contact lens materials work better than others for dry eyes. Also, GP lenses are sometimes better than soft lenses if there's a concern about dry eyes since these lenses don't dry out the way soft lenses can. Read More...
  • Successful LASIK surgeons get that way from experience and the ability to screen out poor candidates for the procedure. Here’s the list of what makes you a good candidate.
  • Keratoconus is a relatively uncommon eye condition where the cornea becomes thinner and bulges forward. Gas permeable contact lenses are the treatment option of choice for mild and moderate keratoconus. Because they are rigid, GP lenses can help contain the shape of the cornea to prevent further bulging of the cornea. Read More...
  • Gas permeable (GP) contact lenses, also known as rigid gas permeable (RGP) lenses, are hard contact lenses made of silicone-containing compounds that allow oxygen to pass through the lens material to the eye. Though not as popular as soft contact lenses, GP lenses offer a number of advantages over soft lenses. Read More...
  • Contact lenses offer advantages in the areas of sports and self-esteem. But when is your child old enough for contacts?