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Contact Lenses

We fit all kinds of contact lens wearers including hard to fit wearers and young teenagers just starting out.


Contact Lenses near Cedar Park, Austin, Round Rock, TX

One-day contact lenses

One-day, or single use disposable contact lenses, are the safest, most comfortable and affordable contact lenses available. They provide great vision and do not require cleaning solution. You have a fresh, clean, comfortable lens everyday, and have virtually no chance of infection. These disposable contact lenses are designed to be worn for one day or a single use before disposal. They are the most successful and have the least complications.

Daily wear contact lenses

These disposable and reusable contact lenses are designed for daily use but must be removed before bedtime. Most disposable contact lenses are to be removed and cleaned daily, and replaced every two weeks. Traditional daily wear contact lenses may be reusable and require specific care solutions that are used every night

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Price competitive

  • We are price competitive with online and easier to work with
  • Often, after your doctor rebates, we are cheaper than online
  • One stop shopping - we save you the hassle of running around
  • If you are using insurance, we handle your paper work
  • If you run out before you can make it to your next exam we can tie you over
  • We know and care about your eyes better than some online computer!

  • Multifocal / Bifocal Contact Lens

    Advanced in technology allow more people than ever to wear Multifocal Contact Lens. Often, this is dependent on the wearer of the lens. Some people expect the crystal clear clarity they had in their 20's. This can sometimes be difficult to achieve and near far vision trade-offs can be involved. Multifocal contact lenses can offer users both good near and distance vision. Some offer a bifocal design with two distinct lens powers, while others have a multifocal design with a gradual change in lens power. Multifocal contacts are available in both soft and rigid gas permeable (RGP or GP) and are designed for daily wear or extended (overnight) wear

    Extended wear contact lenses

    These disposable contact lenses are designed to be worn for six days without removal. While extended wear lenses work perfectly for many lens wearers, they aren’t right for some, especially patients who need higher levels of oxygen transmitted to the corneal surface due to illnesses like diabetes, certain medications or low tear. The FDA approved EW lens usage for up to 6 consecutive nights.

    Continous wear contact lenses

    Continuous wear contact lenses are similar to extended wear lenses in terms of ease of use and comfort. But these lenses are designed for use for as many as 31 consecutive days without removal. As with extended wear lenses, they aren’t suitable for all contact lens wearers, and should only be used in consultation with one of our doctors.

    RGP Contact Lens

    Gas permeable contact lenses are called Rigid Gas Permeables or RGPs. They are made using a firm, durable plastic that is specifically designed to transmit oxygen. They do not contain water and therefore are not prone to deposit buildup or bacteria buildup as are other contacts. These contacts can last for much longer than soft contact lenses, provide crisper vision, and handle very easily. Gas permeable contacts are custom made and custom fitted for every individual. They provide advantages over other contacts in terms of their ease of care, ease of use, deposit resistance, clear vision and better eye health.

    What are Gas Permeable Contact Lens?

    Rigid gas permeable lenses are often confused with hard contact lenses. These types of lenses are not the same. The confusion often results from the fact that gas permeables (RGP) are firm lenses. Hard contact lenses are no longer worn. Hard contacts presented a number of problems that are now addressed by soft and oxygen permeable lenses, such as using less firm material in manufacturing and increased oxygen transmission to the eye.

    Toric contact lenses

    Toric contact lenses are made from the same materials as regular (“spherical”) contact lenses, so they can be either soft or rigid gas permeable (RGP). The difference is in the design of the lens. Toric lenses have two powers in them, created with curvatures at different angles (one for astigmatism, the other for either myopia or hyperopia). There’s also a mechanism to keep the contact lens relatively stable on the eye when you blink or look around. To provide crisp vision, toric contact lenses cannot rotate on your eye.

    Specialty contact lenses

    Specialty contact lenses are sometimes required for certain patients, particularly patients recovering from certain types of eye surgeries and patients for whom other types of contact lenses are unsuitable.


    Whitestone Market
    2800 East Whitestone Blvd
    Suite 210
    Cedar Park, TX 78613

    Shops at The Four Seasons
    305 E. Cesar Chavez
    Austin, TX 78701
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