Contact lenses can be great, but only if they fit correctly! If you’re being fitted for contact lenses, our doctors will undertake a comprehensive contact lens exam in addition to your regular eye exam.
Your Contact Lens Exam will include:
Training for Wear
Stay on Schedule
Return and Reassess
Your Adult Optometric Exam will include:
Precise MeasurementsYour doctor will measure the surface and curvature of your eye so that we can find the best-fitting lenses.
Lifestyle MattersWill daily, weekly, or monthly disposables work best for your lifestyle? Your doctor will discuss the options with you.
Test FittingYour doctor will place the lens on your eye to ensure a correct and comfortable fit.
Training for WearYou will be trained on how to insert, remove, and care for your new contact lenses.
Stay on ScheduleWe’ll provide a wearing schedule for your new lenses before you leave the office.
Return and ReassessWe’ll schedule another visit within a week to reassess the fit once you’ve had some time with your new lenses.
Order Your Contacts
Schedule an Appointment
To make setting up your next eye exam even easier, we’ve added online appointment requests! Once you submit your information our staff will confirm your appointment within 24 hours.
Brookside Optometric Group accepts vision coverage from most major carriers. While benefits vary based on your provider and plan, most vision plans provide full coverage for your optometric examination and glasses or contacts. Our staff is always happy to help you determine exactly what coverage is available in your specific situation prior to your visit.
We also accept many smaller or less-common vision insurance providers. If you do not see your plan listed here, please contact the office to check your coverage.
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