Hard to Fit Contacts

Hard to Fit ContactsIf you don’t wear contacts because you’ve ever been told you’re a “hard to fit” case, you’ll be glad to know that Hendersonville Eye Care can help you find contact lenses to fit your unique needs. There are several reasons you may not be able to wear traditional contacts, but no matter what you’ve been told about your eyes, or what diagnosis you’ve been given, our Hendersonville optometrist can help.

Your Hendersonville Solution for Hard to Fit Contacts

Certain eye conditions can make it difficult for some people to wear regular contact lenses. You may have been told you need specialized lenses if you’ve ever been diagnosed with any of the following:

  • Astigmatism – an irregularly shaped cornea
  • Giant Papillary Conjunctivitis (GPC) – the inner eyelid becomes inflamed and small bumps begin to form
  • Keratoconus – the cornea progressively thins and then begins to bulge outward
  • Presbyopia – farsightedness

While having these conditions makes it harder to wear traditional contacts, it doesn’t mean you can’t wear them at all. After examining your eyes, our optometrist will be able to find the right kind of specialty lenses that will work for your particular diagnosis. For example, if you are over the age of 40, you may have a common eye condition called presbyopia. If you dislike the idea of having to wear bifocal eyeglasses, you might benefit from wearing bifocal or multifocal lenses.

Other types of specialty lenses we provide include custom-made toric lenses and gas permeable contact lenses. When it comes to seeking an optometry solution for your hard to fit contact case, our specialty contacts will not only be comfortable to wear, they will provide a way to safely correct your vision. Even if you suffer from dry eyes, our optometrist can find a way to make wearing contacts more comfortable.

Contact Our Local Hendersonville Eye Doctor for Your Optometry Needs

Are you having difficulty finding the right pair of contact lenses that works for you? If you’ve answered yes, or you have other concerns about your vision, contact Hendersonville Eye Care at 828-693-5205.

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