Primary Eye Care

Dr. Harvey can fit a variety of contact lenses such as Color, Monovision, Bifocal and Toric Contacts.

A routine eye exam is not the same as a contact lens exam. For contact lens wearers, a contact lens exam is necessary to ensure the lenses are fitting both eyes properly and that the health of the eyes is not harmed by the contact lenses.

Dr. Harvey will ask you a number of lifestyle questions to determine which contacts best fit your needs. There are daily, weekly and monthly contacts available. Newer hydrogel contacts offer more comfort. Some contacts can change the color of your eyes for fashion. There are also lenses that correct for presbyopia and astigmatism.

If you are new to wearing contacts, our staff will teach you how to insert, remove and care for your contacts.

If you order contact lenses from us, we will either have them in stock or in most cases have your lenses in our offices by the next day. When you order a year supply, we can ship your contacts to you for free.

Contact Lens Care

The type of contact lens you wear determines how much care is required to be safe and comfortable. Extended wear disposable contacts require the least amount of care but increase the risk of eye infections. Conventional contact lenses require more care but are a healthier option.

Your lenses should remain comfortable as long as they are clean, undamaged and fitting properly. Over a period of time, it is reasonable to expect that the lenses will become coated with tear debris and that the fitting relationship between the lenses and the eyes may change.

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Cosmetics and Contact Lenses

Inserting Contact Lenses