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Contact Lenses

At Caruso Eye Care, we understand the importance of clear, comfortable vision in your daily life. Our team is dedicated to providing personalized eye care solutions tailored to your unique needs. Whether you're seeking freedom from glasses or exploring options for clear vision correction, we're here to help. Discover the convenience and clarity of contact lenses with our comprehensive range of options designed to suit your lifestyle.

Soft Daily Contact Lenses

Convenient, disposable lenses suitable for occasional wear or everyday use without the hassle of cleaning. Ideal for those seeking flexibility and comfort.

Soft Contact Lenses for Astigmatism

Advanced materials and optics allow clear vision correction for individuals with astigmatism, offering improved clarity and comfort.

Bifocal & Monovision Contact Lenses

Designed to address presbyopia, providing clear vision for both near and far distances without the need for reading glasses.

Rigid Gas Permeable (Hard) Contacts

Customizable lenses offering optimal vision stability and maximum oxygen transmission, suitable for individuals with corneal irregularities.

Contact Lens | Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

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1. Is it better to wear contacts or glasses?

Both have their advantages. Contacts offer freedom from glasses, are less prone to damage, and provide more natural vision without distortion, ideal for active individuals.

2. Are prescriptions for contacts and glasses the same?

No, they differ due to the placement of the lenses. Contact lens prescriptions include details about curvature and width, not present in glasses prescriptions.

3. Are contact lenses more expensive than glasses?

Generally, yes. Disposable contact lenses may cost between $150 to $400 annually, depending on the type, while glasses may have a lower upfront cost. We can check your insurance and determine your coverage is available. 

4. Can you wear glasses with contact lenses?

Yes, it's common to wear both for different vision corrections, such as reading with glasses and correcting farsightedness with contacts.

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