Contact Lens Services

At Smoke Vision Care, our experienced doctors are dedicated to fitting even the most complicated prescriptions in contact lenses. We specialize in challenging fits for patients with astigmatism and bifocals, boasting higher-than-average success rates. Transitioning to contact lenses may feel daunting, but rest assured, we're here to guide you every step of the way. Here's what you can expect during your contact lens fitting:

Begin with a Comprehensive Eye Exam:

Your eye health and vision will be thoroughly assessed, including discussions about your health history and a series of standard eye tests to evaluate various aspects of your vision and eye health.

Discuss Your Contact Lens Preferences:

We'll talk about your preferences regarding contact lenses, addressing factors like enhancing eye color, lens type (daily disposables, overnight contacts), and how contact lenses can address age-related vision changes for those over 40.

Eye Surface Measurements:

Precise measurements of your eyes are crucial for a proper fit. Using specialized instruments, we measure the curvature of your cornea and the size of your pupil to ensure optimal fitting.

Tear Film Evaluation:

For those with dry eyes, a tear film evaluation is conducted to assess tear film quantity. We'll discuss options, as some newer contact lenses offer improved moisture retention for individuals with dry eye issues.

Contact Lens Fitting

Trial lenses are fitted to ensure comfort and proper alignment on the surface of your eye. We conduct thorough examinations to confirm the fit and prescription accuracy.

Testing it Out:

After the exam, you'll wear the trial lenses for a week before returning for a follow-up to ensure they're working well for you.

Whether you're new to contact lenses or have had previous challenges, we're here to support you on your journey to clear, comfortable vision. Schedule your appointment today to explore the benefits of contact lenses with us.

To learn more about the contact lenses we offer, go to our contact lens page

​​​​​​​Learn More

Leave Us A