Finding hard to fit contacts can be a bit painful on multiple levels. Not only are these contacts hard to come by, but they can also be painful if they are not prescribed and fitted by an expert optometrist. If you live in Ocala, FL, or the surrounding area, The Ritz & Johnson Fashion Eyecare Center can help.
When Are Hard to Fit Contacts The Right Choice?
If you have any of the following eye-related issues, you may be eligible to be fitted for hard to fit contacts:
- Dry Eyes: If you suffer from dry eyes, once your dry eye symptoms have been treated, we can create specialized contacts that are comfortable and can help reduce the likelihood of your symptoms returning.
- Astigmatism: If you suffer from astigmatism, which can cause your vision to become blurry, you will be prescribed special toric lenses to address this issue.
- Presbyopia: This condition involves a loss of the ability to focus on things that are close to you. We can provide you with special bifocal or multifocal contact lenses to address your issues.
- Giant Papillary Conjunctivitis (GPC): This condition causes the eyelids to become overly swollen. Once we have treated the condition, we can prescribe specialized contacts to prevent the condition from returning.
- Keratoconus: If you suffer from this condition, which causes your cornea to thin out and bulge, we will prescribe rigid gas permeable lenses to address this issue.
- Post-LASIK or another refractive surgery recovery: If you are recovering from LASIK or refractive surgery, but you are still suffering from related complications, we will prescribe special post-LASIK rigid gas permeable lenses that will help correct these issues.
Hard to Fit Contacts in Ocala, FL
Suffering from various eye issues can be a serious pain. If you live in Ocala, FL, or one of the surrounding communities, and you’re suffering from one of the previously mentioned medical conditions, call The Ritz & Johnson Fashion Eyecare Center today at (352) 732-7900 to schedule an appointment. One of our qualified optometrists can examine your eyes and recommend aa pair of hard to fit contact lenses if they are appropriate. For ages, glasses were the only vision correction option for certain conditions. Hard to fit contacts have come a long way, contact us today to see what they can do for you.