Contact lenses in Stanhope
If you are a new contact lens wearer, or even if you have been wearing contact lenses for several years, you may be surprised to learn about the different types of contact lenses that are now available. At Stanhope Eye Associates, our patients can receive a complete exam for contact lenses in Stanhope, and purchase contact lenses right here at our vision practice.
When you come to our eye care center to get contact lenses in Stanhope, you can first have your eyes examined by one of our expert optometrists, one of whom is Dr. Elena Martinez. After your eye exam is completed, our optometrist will talk to you about the different contact lens options that are available, and which should work best for you. The type of contact lenses that you will get will depend on your vision needs and personal preference; in most cases, there are different types of contact lenses to choose from. At our vision practice, customers are able to purchase contact lenses ranging from affordable and innovative, to contact lenses for the hard-to-fit patient. There are contact lenses that can help patients with astigmatism, presbyopia, keratoconus, and dry eyes. Many of our patients are surprised to learn that even if you have astigmatism, you can have your vision corrected with contact lenses, which was not possible several years ago. We offer heart contact lenses and several different types of soft contact lenses, including daily wear lenses, disposable lenses, extended wear lenses, and even color changing lenses which make it appear as though the color of your eyes have changed. We also have monthly and biweekly disposable contact lenses. Today, patients are even able to get multifocal contact lenses so that they do not need to purchase reading glasses to see clearly up close. It is important that contact lenses fit your eyes precisely, so purchase of all contact lenses does require a current lens prescription.
For an appointment to see our eye doctor to get a prescription for contact lenses in Stanhope, contact us today.
If you are thinking about having LASIK surgery so you no longer require prescription eyeglasses or contact lenses to see clearly, you will first want to have a LASIK or laser vision correction evaluation and management. At our vision practice, Stanhope Eye Associates, you can receive this important Stanhope LASIK pre-surgical evaluation from one of our optometrists, just one of whom is Dr. Elena Martinez.
We work with many local Stanhope LASIK surgeons to ensure that patients have the best results from their LASIK surgery. We offer pre-operative and post-operative care for patients who are thinking about, and do receive laser vision correction. LASIK surgery is considered to be one of the safest eye surgeries performed today. However, this is only the case if you are a good candidate for the procedure. You will need to have a pre-surgical evaluation so that we can determine that you are an excellent candidate for the procedure. When patients are not good candidates for the procedure, they may not receive the results they want from LASIK surgery; sometimes vision can even become worse. For this reason, eye surgeons insist that patients now have pre-surgical evaluations. When you come to our vision practice for your pre-surgical exam, we will make sure that you are a good candidate for refractive surgery. We will let you know which surgical options are best for you and also evaluate your vision goals. We will also review your eye health and perform a complete vision exam. It is important that you are over age 18 to qualify for LASIK surgery. You will also not want to have had any prescription lens changes over the past year or two. Once you are determined to be a good candidate for the procedure, our optometrist can even recommend an excellent eye surgeon for you. We will work closely with your eye surgeon to ensure the very best post-operative follow-up care.
For an appointment to meet with our optometrist to get a Stanhope LASIK pre-evaluation exam, contact us today.
Stanhope eye doctor
If you are looking for a great optometric practice where you can have an eye exam and then buy eyeglasses or contact lenses all under the same roof, you will want to visit us at Stanhope Eye Associates. At our practice, our Stanhope eye doctor will be able to provide you with a comprehensive eye exam, or contact lens exam and fitting, and you will then be able to purchase an exciting new pair of designer eyeglasses or contact lenses right here at our vision practice.
Many patients enjoy the fact that we offer this one-stop shopping. They find it saves them both time and money, since our prices are very competitive. Patients also come to see our Stanhope eye doctor for many different types of vision services. We are happy to have several expert optometrist on staff; Dr. Elena Martinez is just one of our top-notch optometrists. Our eye doctors are able to diagnose and treat many different types of eye problems. Diseases of the eye which our Stanhope eye doctor is able to treat or manage are: glaucoma, cataracts, dry eye, pink eye, as well as treat corneal abrasions and remove foreign bodies from the eyes.
Whether you are having a comprehensive eye exam, or a contact lens exam and fitting, our eye doctor will test your eyes for many different eye diseases and disorders. Among the many eye diseases that your eyes will be screened for during an exam are: glaucoma; cataracts; macular degeneration; diabetic retinopathy; retinal tears; dry eyes; and other problems of the cornea, macula, and retina. During both exams your eyes will also be screened for any refractive errors. If it is determined that you are nearsighted, farsighted, or have astigmatism, our Stanhope eye doctor will be able to write a vision prescription for you which will have you seeing clearly again. If you are having a contact lens exam, our eye doctor will also take measurements of the curvature of your cornea as well as the size of your iris. This information is used as part of your vision prescription to ensure that your new contact lenses will fit you precisely. Our optometrist will also make sure that you get the right type of contact lenses to work with your particular vision problem. Today even patients with astigmatism or dry eye are able to comfortably receive vision correction with contact lenses. For an appointment to meet with our Stanhope eye doctor, contact us today.