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Contact lenses are a highly popular choice for vision correction for both the patient and their optometrist, but for a long time, there were multiple restrictions on who could or couldn't wear contacts due to various eye care concerns. While contacts still aren't for everyone, there are more options that make contact lenses possible to those who may have once been told that glasses was their only choice. If you need to replace contacts you already have or want to explore the latest options in contact lenses, a visit to your eye doctor in College Station is a great first step to getting the eye care you need, and the vision correction that is right for you.
If you are in need of vision correction, seeing an eye doctor in College Station is the first step. Not only will your optometrist determine your prescription during an exam, but they can also provide you with the basic eye care you need and identify various common eye health issues before they become major problems. At Crystal Vision Center, our optometrist, Dr. Sherri Brice uses her knowledge of eye diseases and disorders, as well as her background in biochemistry, physiology, and anatomy to provide a complete contact lens exam that properly assesses each patient's needs and prescribes contact lenses and/or glasses according to each patient's individual needs.
Over time contact lenses have run the gamut when it comes to comfort, convenience, and quality. Today, discomfort is rarely a "price" for wearing contacts the way it once was. In order to assure that our patients have a wide range of options, we offer several lens brands, and our optometrist guides patients toward the features that are best suited to their eyes and lifestyle.
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Some lenses that are available from Ciba include
With a wide range available to us, we are able to give those same options to our patients. If it's time to change up your vision correction with contacts, contact Crystal Vision Center at 979-764-0669 to schedule an appointment.