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Contact Lenses

At the Georgia Eye Center/ Specialty Lens Institute of the South we are proud to be one of a small number of eye doctors in Atlanta that offers a full range of both prescription and specialty contact lens options to our patients. Our team understands the importance of having clear and comfortable vision, and we are always ready to help you achieve just that. Whether you need basic prescription lenses or require more specialized lenses, such as those for keratoconus or corneal molding, we have got you covered. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will guide you through the process of selecting the ideal lenses for your needs and lifestyle. So why wait? Schedule an appointment today and experience the hassle-free and personalized service that only the Georgia Eye Center can provide!

Prescription Lenses

Perfectly Tailored Contacts

Advancements in lens technology allow contact lenses to be tailored to your specific needs and provide unbeatable clarity of vision.

clear, crisp vision without having to wear glasses

can be worn during sports and physical exercise

More natural vision with less peripheral distortion

Change or enhance your eye color.

Ortho-K Lenses

Wave Goodbye to Blurry Vision

These lenses gently reshape the eyes while you sleep and provide clear and comfortable vision all day long without the need for glasses or contacts.

No need for daytime contact lenses or glasses

Clear vision without discomfort

easy to use with little required maintenance

More affordable than laser eye surgery

Keratoconus Lenses

Corneal Curvature Correction

Specialized contacts  designed to fit comfortably and securely around your cornea, improving vision clarity while relieving discomfort.

correct for keratoconus-related vision problems

lens design ensures a comfortable fit on the eye

improved visibility at night and in low-light

custom fit To comfortably correct vision

About

What to Expect

The optometrists at the Georgia Eye Center/Specialty Lens Institute of the South will evaluate and measure the shape of your eyes and check for any vision problems that might require corrective measures. You’ll also receive advice on lens type, fit, material, and care methods.

After the initial evaluation, our expert team will assist and advise as you choose from a variety of lens types, including soft, toric, and multifocal, to fit your needs and lifestyle.

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FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a contact lens appointment?

A contact lens appointment is an evaluation by an eye care professional to determine if you can wear contact lenses and which type of lenses are best for your eyes. It involves a comprehensive eye examination, measurements of the curvature of your cornea (the front surface of the eye), and a fitting to select the lenses.

How often do I need to have a contact lens appointment?

The frequency of contact lens appointments depends on several factors, including the type of lenses you are wearing and how well your eyes tolerate them. Generally, it is recommended that you schedule an appointment with your eye care provider at least once a year for an eye examination and contact lens fitting. However, you may need to have more frequent appointments if your eye care provider notes any changes in your vision or contact lens comfort.

What should I bring to the appointment?

When attending a contact lens appointment, it’s important to bring along your eyeglasses or current contact lens prescription, a list of any medications or eye drops you use, and payment for the appointment. Be sure to also wear your contacts (if possible) and bring along their case and cleaning solution so that your eye care provider can evaluate how comfortable they are on your eyes.

Who can wear contact lenses?

Almost anyone with vision problems can wear contact lenses, including those with astigmatism and presbyopia. However, you must have a valid prescription from an eyecare professional to purchase contacts.

How long do ortho-k contact lenses last?

Ortho-K contact lenses typically last up to a year before needing to be replaced. However, it is important to consult your eye care professional for the best advice on how often you should replace them as this can vary depending on individual needs and lifestyle.

Are ortho-k contact lenses comfortable?

Yes, ortho-k contact lenses are designed to be comfortable and easy to wear. However, if you experience any discomfort or irritation while wearing them, it is important to talk to your eye care professional as soon as possible.

What are keratoconus contact lenses

Keratoconus contact lenses are specially designed for people with the eye condition keratoconus, which is an abnormal thinning of the cornea that creates a conical shape. These lenses help to improve vision and correct refractive errors caused by the condition.

What types of lenses are available for keratoconus?

There are several different types of lenses available, including rigid gas permeable (RGP) lenses, hybrid contact lenses, scleral lenses, and piggyback systems. Your eye doctor can help you determine which type may be most suitable for your specific needs.

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