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When it comes to vision correction, contact lenses have become a popular choice, offering convenience, comfort, and improved aesthetics. However, with the multitude of contact lens options available, finding the perfect fit can be overwhelming. Thankfully, Metroptical Inc’s team of trained opticians is here to assist you. In this article, we will explore the different types of contact lenses and provide valuable insights to help you make an informed decision, with the expertise of our knowledgeable opticians guiding you along the way.

Soft Contact Lenses 

Soft contact lenses are the most common and widely worn type of contacts. Constructed from flexible, water-containing materials, they ensure a comfortable fit on the eye. These lenses come in various designs, including:

  1. Daily Disposable Lenses: Convenient and hygienic, these lenses are worn once and discarded, eliminating the need for cleaning and storage.
  2. Monthly/Extended Wear Lenses: With a lifespan of up to a month, these lenses offer prolonged use. However, it’s crucial to adhere to the wearing schedule recommended by your optician.
  3. Toric Lenses: Designed to correct astigmatism, these lenses provide clear vision for individuals with irregularly shaped corneas.

Rigid Gas Permeable (RGP) Contact Lenses

RGP lenses are made of durable, oxygen-permeable materials. Their superior oxygen flow to the cornea ensures optimal eye health. While they may require an adjustment period, RGP lenses offer sharper vision and can correct a wider range of refractive errors.

Multifocal Contact Lenses

Multifocal contact lenses are an ideal choice for those with presbyopia, which affects near vision. Combining different prescriptions, these lenses provide clear vision at various distances. Metroptical Inc’s opticians can help you select the right multifocal lenses, whether soft or RGP, to cater to your individual preferences.

Colored Contact Lenses

Colored contact lenses are favored by individuals seeking to enhance or change their eye color. Available in prescription and non-prescription forms, these lenses offer a range of subtle to dramatic effects. To ensure a proper fit and maintain eye health, consult Metroptical Inc’s opticians when choosing colored lenses.

Scleral Contact Lenses

Scleral lenses have a larger diameter, covering the entire cornea and resting on the sclera, the white part of the eye. They are commonly used for corneal irregularities like keratoconus or severe dry eye. Scleral lenses provide exceptional comfort and vision quality by creating a smooth, uniform surface over the cornea.

Choosing the Right Contact Lenses 

When selecting contact lenses, Metroptical Inc’s trained opticians are invaluable in helping you make an informed decision. They consider various factors, including:

  1. Prescription: The opticians will ensure your prescription is accurately assessed for your visual needs.
  2. Lifestyle: By understanding your daily activities, such as sports or outdoor hobbies, they can recommend lenses that align with your lifestyle demands.
  3. Comfort: Our opticians understand that comfort varies among individuals, and they will guide you to find lenses that provide optimal comfort for your eyes.
  4. Maintenance: They will explain the maintenance requirements for each type of lens, allowing you to choose lenses that fit your lifestyle and schedule.
  5. Eye Health: Our opticians will assess your eye health and recommend lenses suitable for your specific conditions, if any.

With the extensive range of contact lenses available, selecting the right one requires expertise and guidance. Metroptical Inc’s team of trained opticians is here to assist you in finding the perfect fit for clear vision, convenience, and an enhanced quality of life. By prioritizing your eye health and consulting with the opticians, you can make an informed decision and maintain optimal vision. Trust Metroptical Inc’s opticians to provide the knowledge and support needed to choose the ideal contact lenses for your individual needs.