Your Destination for Customized Contact Lens Solutions
No two pairs of eyes are alike, so our eye doctor take the time to find a contact lens type and brand that's ideal for you, including daily disposables, bi-weekly, and even colored prescription contact lenses.
Getting the Best Contact Lens Evaluation
Achieving the best contact lens isn't just a science; it's an art, and at Frost Eye Care, we've mastered it. It all begins with a contact lens exam.
Our Contact Lens Exams
Beyond standard eye and prescription measurements, our contact lens exams involve understanding your lifestyle, preferences, and unique vision requirements. We’ll also educate you on proper lens care, hygiene, and wear schedules, giving you a pair to try on during the exam and at home.
Lenses That Fit Your Lifestyle
Your lifestyle is as unique as your fingerprint; your contact lenses should complement it seamlessly. That’s why you’ll only be prescribed lenses that offer clear vision for your daily activities.
Follow-Up Contact Lens Fittings
First and foremost, we will make sure the lenses fit properly so as to not damage the eyes. Then we make sure you are seeing the best you can with the contacts. An lastly, the follow up is a great time to address any questions or concerns that come up over the first week of use.
Some of Our Most Popular Prescription Contact Lenses
AIR OPTIX® plus HydraGlyde
AIR OPTIX® plus HydraGlyde Multifocal
Bausch + Lomb ULTRA for Astigmatism
Bausch + Lomb ULTRA ONE Day
ACUVUE OASYS® for ASTIGMATISM
ACUVUE OASYS® for PRESBYOPIA
Perfect for those leading busy or active lifestyles, these lenses offer a fresh pair daily, eliminating the need for cleaning and storage. Our range includes regular soft lenses, colored daily contact lenses, and more.
Explore our bi-weekly and monthly contact lenses at Frost Eye Care for a more sustainable contact lens option. These lenses are designed for durability, allowing for extended wear without compromising vision quality. With proper care and regular replacements, these lenses provide excellent clarity, making them a cost-effective and convenient choice.
Often called GP or RGP lenses, these lenses are crafted from rigid, oxygen-permeable materials that offer several advantages to wearers. Unlike soft lenses, GP lenses maintain their shape on the eye, providing crisp and clear vision by effectively correcting various refractive errors.
Their high oxygen permeability promotes eye health by allowing more oxygen to reach the cornea, reducing the risk of certain complications associated with prolonged contact lens wear. This exceptional oxygen flow also makes them an ideal choice for hard-to-fit eyes. Their rigid structure allows for precise customization, catering to irregular corneas or complex prescriptions that might pose challenges for soft lenses.
Additionally, GP lenses are durable and resistant to deposits, making them easy to clean and maintain. While adapting to GP lenses might require a brief adjustment period, many users find them exceptionally comfortable and appreciate the improved visual acuity they provide.