Contact Lens Exams

Contact Lens Exams as low as $109

Located inside Eastlake Walmart
Eastlake, Ohio

 

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440-220-6715

Same day appointments available
Walk-ins welcome
Located inside Eastlake Walmart

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Use our easy appointment form to schedule your next appointment online. We'll call or email you to confirm.

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Hours

Tues & Thurs: 11:00am-6:30pm

Fri & Sat: 10:00am-3:00pm

Sun, Mon & Wed: Closed

Call and Schedule

440.565.2157

Same day appointments available
Walk-Ins Welcome
Located inside Eastlake Walmart

Schedule Online

Use our easy appointment form to schedule your next appointment online. We’ll call or email you to confirm.

 

 

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Hours

Tues & Thurs: 11:00am-6:30pm

Fri & Sat: 10:00am-3:00pm

Sun, Mon & Wed: Closed

 

 

Contact Lens Exams in Eastlake, Ohio

At My Clear Eyes, Dr. Rahman will conduct a thorough eye exam and prescribe a contact lens based on the results of that exam. During the contact lens exam, she will fit the patient with a trial pair of contacts. The patient gets to leave the office and try them out for a week in their natural environment (home, school, work) and return for a follow-up. At the follow-up, the prescription is finalized after any needed adjustments. The follow-up is to ensure the best vision and comfort in the contact lenses and the patient is not charged separately for it.

Contact lens exams for the best comfort possible in Eastlake, Ohio

For patients that are getting contacts for the first time, we have a one-on-one fitting class with a licensed optician where the new wearer is trained on how to put contacts in/out and how to take care of them.

At My Clear Eyes in Eastlake, Ohio, we offer the following options:

  • Regular & Soft Contact Lens – unlike astigmatism lenses, they are non-weighted and exist to correct vision.
  • Astigmatism – A common vision condition that causes blurred vision. During your contact lens exam, Dr. Rahman will advise you on the type of contacts that are best-suited for your astigmatism.
  • Bifocal Contact Lenses– Do you have to hold reading material further away from your eyes to see the words clearly? This is called presbyopia and becomes noticeable in our 40s and 50s. Dr. Rahman has options available for you other than bifocal glasses.
  • Monovision Fitting Contact Lenses – The contact lens on one eye corrects your distance vision and the other corrects your near vision.
  • Hard/Gas-permeable Contact Lenses – They can provide noticeably sharper vision due to the ability to retain their spherical shape on the irregular surface of the eye.

 

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