Contact Lenses Provided by a Scottsdale and Mesa, AZ Optometrist
At Riviera Opticare, Inc., we provide the area with contact lenses in Scottsdale and contact lenses in Mesa. Contacts are the ideal eyewear for people who require vision correction but don't want the hassle of glasses. Once we determine your prescription, we can help you find the right contact type for your particular needs.
Types of Contacts We Offer
The two main contact types we offer are soft and hard lenses. Hard lenses are a form of lenses that are gas-permeable. They consist of plastic along with another material that allows them to hold their shape. Even though they're not flexible, these lenses do allow oxygen to reach the lens of your eyes. However, these contacts aren't nearly as comfortable as soft contacts but correct vision better in people who have astigmatism or other vision issues.
Most people prefer soft contacts because they're more comfortable and have more options. For instance, you may choose from daily, weekly, or monthly. We offer soft contacts you wear for two weeks and then dispose of as well. Part of our selection of contacts is extended wear, meaning you have the option to sleep in them. Keep in mind, the prices for contacts that last longer before you need to change them tend to cost more money initially but may cost you less over time.
Toric contacts are special contact lenses in Scottsdale for people who suffer from astigmatism. We have bifocal and multifocal lenses as well. Additionally, we have contacts for people who have keratoconus, a condition that affects the thickness of your cornea. Contact lenses in Mesa for keratoconus are a harder contact. We also provide contacts for those who underwent a corneal transplant and require special lenses.
Another type of specialty contact lenses we supply is hard-to-fit lenses. Our optometrist in Scottsdale or our optometrist in Mesa has contacts in rare sizes, so more people have access to contacts.
About Our Contact Fitting Process
Our fitting process begins with a comprehensive eye exam to evaluate your visual acuity. This portion of the test consists of our optometrist asking you to look through various lenses. You read the one you can see the best, which determines the strength of contact lenses you need. You'll also receive an examination of inside of your eye to determine if you have any eye problems. You must also undergo a contact fitting using a machine that sizes your eyes.
Schedule an Appointment Today With Riviera Opticare Inc Today!
Schedule an appointment with an optometrist in Mesa or an optometrist in Scottsdale, AZ by calling Riviera Opticare, Inc. at: Scottsdale - 480-991-6432 or Mesa - 480-827-9184!