Contact Lens Exam in Chicago, IL

Contact Lens Exam

Norwood Park Eye Center in Chicago, IL, offers specialized Contact Lens Exams designed to ensure a perfect fit and optimal comfort for those seeking an alternative to traditional eyeglasses. Understanding that each eye is unique and contact lens needs vary, we provide personalized care and attention during these exams. Our goal is to offer you multiple contact lens options that suit your lifestyle, whether you’re a first-time wearer or looking for an upgrade to your current lenses. With our expertise and state-of-the-art technology, we ensure that your contact lenses provide the best vision, comfort, and health for your eyes. At Norwood Park Eye Center, our expert team is here to guide you through every step of the process, from fitting to ongoing care. For a contact lens exam that prioritizes your vision and comfort, book your appointment with us today.

WHAT'S INCLUDED IN THE CONTACT LENS EXAM

Accurate measurements of the cornea, pupil, and iris to determine the best fitting lens for your eyes.

Evaluating the health of your cornea and the quality of your tear film is crucial for lens comfort and eye health.

Trying different lenses to find the best vision, fit, and comfort.

Teaching proper techniques for inserting, removing, and caring for contact lenses.

Alleviating severe eye pain caused by various issues, from glaucoma to corneal abrasions.

Providing a prescription that includes the lens specifications tailored to your vision needs.

FAQs

It’s recommended to have an annual exam to ensure your lenses are still fitting well and your prescription is up to date.

Most contact lenses are not designed for overnight wear. It’s important to follow the specific guidelines for your lenses to avoid eye health risks.

Most people can wear contact lenses, but it depends on individual factors like eye health, lifestyle, and personal preference.

Various contact lens types are available, including soft, rigid gas-permeable, daily disposables, and extended-wear lenses. We’ll help you find the best type for your needs.

Signs of a poor fit include discomfort, redness, blurred vision, or feeling like something is in your eye. If you experience these, contact us immediately.

Yes, a contact lens exam includes all the components of a regular eye exam with additional tests and measurements specifically for contact lens fitting.

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