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Hard to Fit Contacts

Hard To Fit Contacts from Our Chula Vista Eye Doctor

They say seeing is believing, but really, it’s so much more than that. Seeing is how you interact with your family, get your job done, keep your house neat, and cook that perfect stew. If you can’t see well, how can you live the life you’re used to?

Woman applying her new contacts for the first time.

That’s why, here at Villa Optometry we proudly serve Chula Vista and surrounding communities by providing wide-ranging, high-quality eye care services for the entire family. Whether you need glasses or contacts, an exam or simply some advice, we’re here for you

When Looking for an Optometrist Chula Vista Is the Place

Our professional office is fully outfitted to help you get the eye diagnosis you need. Moreover, we can help you with whatever type of eyewear you end up choosing. Even if you have eye conditions that make contacts hard to wear, our optometrist in Chula Vista can help you find a solution.

Your Optometrist for Hard to Fit Contacts, Eye Care and Eye Wear

Why might you need hard to fit contacts? Well, a range of disorders may make regular contacts too difficult to wear, including dry eye, keratoconus, astigmatism, presbyopia and more. The good news is that if you need non-standard eyewear, we can help you find it. We offer all sorts of alternatives, such as daily disposable lenses, toric lenses, multifocal lenses, hybrid lenses and other specialty contacts, so that you can get the complete eye care you need.

Part of proper eye care, after all, is ensuring you leave the office able to see once more, and that’s exactly what we’re here for. If you’re looking for eyewear that actually works, hard to fit contacts may be just the ticket.

Why Get a Contact Lens Exam from Your Optometrist?

Before you can get the right contacts, though, you need a contact lens exam from your optometrist. This will help ensure that we’re getting the right contacts for your needs. For instance, you may need gas permeable lenses if you have Giant Papillary Conjunctivitis or Keratoconus.

If you suffer from astigmatism, you may need toric lenses, which stay in one place to compensate for the eye’s bulge rather than rotating as other contacts do. Sufferers of presbyopia will benefit from bifocal and multifocal lenses.

Whatever you end up needing, your optometrist can help you find exactly the right fit with a contact lens exam. After that, all you have to do is make an appointment and you’ll be on your way to better vision health today.

Make Villa Optometry Your Preferred Eye Doctor for Contact Lenses Today

Are you ready for your new contact lenses? Come see our eye doctor here at Villa Optometry in Chula Vista. We serve Rancho Del Rey, Imperial Beach, Terra Nova, Bonita and East Lake, and would love to see you next. To make an appointment regarding contact lenses, simply call our eye doctor at (619) 482-2020 and we’ll get you in just as soon as we can.