We offer a variety of contact lenses, including daily wear, monthly wear, colored, and specialty contacts for eye diseases.
Discover the World Clearly with Our Advanced Contact Lenses
At Rocky Mountain University Eye Institute, we believe your vision is invaluable. Navigating the world with clear, comfortable sight is essential, and contact lenses play a pivotal role in this experience. But not all lenses are created equal. Our diverse selection ensures that, regardless of your specific needs or eye conditions, you’ll find the perfect lens for you.
Our Expertly Curated Lens Selection:
- Daily Wear & Monthly Wear: Crafted for daily life, these lenses promise comfort and ease every time you wear them.
- Colored Lenses: Elevate your style with a touch of color, without compromising on the quality of your vision.
- Specialty Contacts: Specially designed for those with unique eye conditions, these lenses ensure no one misses out on the world’s clarity.
Why Choose Our Contact Lens Service?
Innovation: Benefit from the latest advances in contact lens materials and cleaning care systems.
Diverse Options: Solutions for nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, and presbyopia, including soft, rigid, toric, scleral, and hybrid lenses.
Specialty Lens Expertise: We excel in providing contact lenses for medically challenging conditions such as keratoconus, pellucid marginal degeneration, corneal transplants, scarred corneas, disfigured eyes, and post-surgical complications.
Discover the Benefits of Daily Wear and Monthly Wear Contacts
For many, the choice between daily wear and monthly wear contact lenses boils down to lifestyle, convenience, and individual eye needs. Daily wear contacts are ideal for those who prefer a fresh pair every morning, eliminating the need for nightly cleaning. They’re a perfect match for people with busy schedules, those who are prone to allergies, or anyone wanting to reduce the risk of infection, as a new lens each day minimizes the buildup of deposits and potential irritants.
On the other hand, monthly wear contacts are designed to be worn daily and cleaned at night for up to a month. They offer the advantage of fewer lens replacements, often resulting in cost savings. Plus, with proper care, they remain comfortable and effective throughout their wear cycle.
Caring for your monthly wear contacts is essential for maintaining optimal eye health. Always wash your hands before handling your lenses. Use the prescribed lens solution, cleaning them nightly, and storing them in a clean case filled with fresh solution. Regularly replacing your lens case can also help prevent potential complications. Both daily and monthly options, when used correctly, provide clear vision, comfort, and convenience, catering to the diverse needs of contact lens wearers.
The Allure of Colored Lenses: Enhancing Vision and Aesthetics
Colored contact lenses offer a unique blend of functional vision correction and aesthetic appeal. Ideal for those who wish to subtly or dramatically change their eye color, these lenses can be tailored to both prescription and non-prescription users. They can transform a look, adding depth, vibrancy, or even a whimsical touch to one’s appearance. Whether it’s to accentuate your natural eye color, experiment with a completely new shade for special occasions, or simply enjoy the novelty of altering your eye color to suit your mood or outfit, colored lenses are a delightful addition to the world of optics.
When it comes to caring for colored lenses, the same diligence applied to regular contacts is required. It’s crucial to clean and store them properly, using the recommended lens solution and ensuring hands are always clean before handling. For those who opt for prescription colored contacts, they offer the dual benefits of visual clarity and an aesthetic boost. Always remember, whether it’s for vision correction or just for fun, colored lenses, like all contact lenses, should be used with care and attention to maintain eye health and comfort.
Specialty Contacts: Vision Solutions Tailored to Unique Needs
When standard contact lenses don’t meet specific vision requirements, specialty contacts step in to bridge the gap. Crafted for unique and often more challenging eye conditions, these lenses provide solutions for individuals with keratoconus, pellucid marginal degeneration, post-surgical complications, and more. For patients with irregular corneal shapes or those who have undergone corneal transplants, specialty lenses offer the promise of clearer, more comfortable vision. Whether it’s scleral lenses designed to vault over the cornea, or hybrid lenses that merge the comfort of soft lenses with the clarity of rigid ones, specialty contacts are truly transformative in their ability to enhance vision.
Care for specialty contacts requires a bit more attention and dedication, given their unique designs and the conditions they address. Cleaning and storing them in the appropriate solutions is essential, as is following a regular replacement schedule set by your optometrist. Regular check-ups are also crucial, ensuring that the lenses are functioning optimally and comfortably. With specialty contacts, individuals are not just receiving a tool for vision; they’re gaining a customized solution that addresses their distinct ocular challenges, ensuring every day is seen in its clearest light.
Daily wear contacts are designed for single-day use and should be discarded at the end of the day, while monthly wear contacts are used and cleaned daily for up to a month before replacement.
It’s generally not recommended unless they’re specifically designed for extended or overnight wear. Always follow your optometrist’s advice on this.
No, colored contacts don’t change the color of your vision. They only change the appearance of your eyes.
Yes, when properly prescribed and cared for, colored contacts are as safe as regular corrective lenses. Always ensure you’re buying from a reputable source.
Absolutely! Colored contacts are available in both prescription and plano (non-prescription) forms.
Specialty contacts are designed for unique and challenging eye conditions such as keratoconus, post-surgical complications, or irregular corneal shapes.
They are designed to provide optimal comfort for specific eye conditions. Some users find them even more comfortable due to their customized fit.
The replacement schedule for specialty contacts varies based on the type and individual needs. It’s best to consult with your optometrist for a tailored recommendation.
Yes, but it’s essential to ensure they fit well and don’t move around during physical activity. Some athletes prefer daily disposables for such activities for hygiene and convenience.
The best way is to have a comprehensive eye exam and consultation with an optometrist. They’ll evaluate your vision needs, lifestyle, and preferences to recommend the best option for you.
Remember, always prioritize eye health and consult with an eye care professional if you have questions or concerns about your contact lenses.
Discover Clarity, Comfort, and Confidence with Our Expert Lens Solutions!
Your vision is our passion, and at Rocky Mountain University Eye Institute, we’re dedicated to providing the best for your eyes. Whether you’re looking for daily wear, colored lenses, or specialty contacts tailored to your unique needs, we have the perfect fit. Don’t settle for less than the best in vision care. 🌟
Schedule your comprehensive eye exam with us today and step into a brighter, clearer world. Your eyes deserve it!