High-Quality Variety of Contact Lenses
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Contact lenses are a versatile and easy option for vision correction. Your eye doctor will work with you to ensure that your lenses are the right prescription and you know the best practices for using your contacts.
Our experienced optometrists will perform an eye exam then provide you with innovative solutions depending on the results of your exam. With our expertise, patients are informed which category of contact lenses is best suited for your vision needs. At Northern Virginia Doctors of Optometry, we carry a variety of high quality options for conventional contacts, specialty contacts and Ortho-K contacts.
Are Contact Lenses Right for Me?
Conventional lenses are mainly focused on vision correction and are available for single-use or use for longer periods of time. Specialty contacts address eye concerns such as keratoconus and irregularly shaped corneas. Ortho-K lenses, on the other hand, are gas permeable contact lenses that reshape the cornea to mitigate the effects of problems like myopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism.
Our Recommended Products and Brands of Contact Lenses
At Northern Virginia Doctors of Optometry, we take pride in the topnotch products we carry, which include:
- Daily (single-use contacts), two-week, monthly, and quarterly replacement
- Toric (for astigmatism correction) lenses
- Multifocal (near, intermediate and distance vision simultaneously) soft lenses
- Gas permeable lenses
- Multifocal gas permeable lenses
- Bifocal gas permeable lenses
- Hybrid contact lenses (combination of soft and gas permeable)
- Specialty lenses for keratoconus and irregularly shaped corneas
We also offer contacts from the leading brands in the business like:
Know more about how we can help you find your contact lens. Call us today!
So when you’re in need of contact lenses in Crystal City, Alexandria, Falls Church or Reston, our exceptional eye care team is always ready to help you pick out the quality lenses that you need. To learn more about your options for contact lenses, fill out our online contact form or call us at one of our locations.