We are committed to fitting you with the best contact lenses so you can experience excellent comfort and clear vision all day long.

CONTACT LENSES

Crozet Eye Care offers the latest in contact lens technologies, from advanced materials for patients with dry eyes to new innovations in optics for those with astigmatism or those who require bifocal/multifocal contact lenses. We also are proud to fit specialty contact lenses ranging from scleral lenses, hybrid lenses, RGPs (Rigid Gas Permeable) and even cosmetic custom lenses. Our doctors work with each patient to determine which lens fits their health and lifestyle needs. For those new to contact lenses, we have excellent contact lens technicians who will help with the teaching and removal of contact lenses. Feel free to email us at contacts@crozeteyecare.com with questions, concerns or to order new contacts.

Single-Use/Daily Lenses

While extended-wear contact lenses are good for some patients most could truly benefit from the latest single use/daily contact lenses now available. Monthly or two weeks lenses can lead to more complications because they often are not changed and disinfected correctly. Single use lenses, on the other hand, require no cleaning. You get that fresh lens feeling every day which drastically reduces dry eyes, irritation, and other complications resulting in the most comfortable lens wearing experience. For those who travel they are a great option as there is no need for contact lens solutions or cases to mess with!

A few of our favorite single use lenses include:

  • CooperVision My Day
  • CooperVision Clariti sphere, astigmatism and multifocal
  • Acuvue 1-Day Define
  • Acuvue 1-Day Oasys
  • Acuvue 1-Day Multifocal
  • Dailies Total One
Scleral Lenses

Dr. Rosinski specializes in scleral lenses, a custom specialty lens used to treat a variety of eye conditions and in some circumstances are medically necessary to maximize a patient’s vision. These lenses are larger than traditional soft and RGP lenses and rest on the sclera (the white part of the eye) rather than the cornea. If you have Dry Eye Syndrome, irregular corneas due to Keratoconus, Pellucid Marginal Degeneration and other corneal disorders, or even complications from refractive surgery (LASIK, PRK and RK) and are interested in contact lenses, these are an option worth exploring with us.

Read more about Scleral Lenses on our blog.

We carry many other brands of contacts as well to fit almost all your needs.