When you need contact lenses in San Bernardino, you will want to visit EyeCare Associates of San Bernardino. Since 1912 our practice has been expertly treating patients who need eye care. We treat patients of all ages, and at the most affordable prices. Many people come to us when they need contact lenses, or a comprehensive contact lens exam. We do take appointments, but we want you to know that walk-ins are always welcome.
When you come to visit us at EyeCare Associates of San Bernardino, Dr. Mike Morton will be able to perform a complete contact lens exam. So, when you come to us for contact lenses in San Bernardino, you will receive an eye exam to: make sure that your eyes are healthy and can safely use contacts; determine the exact vision correction that your eyes need; and take special measurements of your eye to make sure that your contacts will fit your eyes for great vision and eye comfort.
Many people decide to get contact lenses in San Bernardino, because contact lenses are comfortable and easy to wear. People prefer contacts because they do not have eyeglasses putting pressure on the nose and eyes. Of course, many people use both eyeglasses and contacts for different vision needs. EyeCare Associates of San Bernardino makes getting contacts easy; right after your contact lens exam you are able to order your contact lenses. There are many different types of contact lenses available. During your exam, Dr. Morton will help determine which lenses are best for your prescription needs and lifestyle. Hard lenses are sometimes recommended because in certain cases they may provide the clearest vision. However, hard lenses can be more difficult to get used to. If you are going to be wearing soft lenses, you will learn that there are usually three different types of soft lenses you can choose from: extended wear lenses that can be worn all day and overnight for a particular number of days; daily wear lenses that are worn for a day and then removed overnight for cleaning and to rest the eyes; and disposable contacts that are made to be worn once and then discarded. There are also color-changing contacts available for those patients who want to change the appearance of their eye color, with or without vision correction. So if you feel it’s time that you got your first pair of contact lenses, or know that it’s time to have your contact lens prescription reevaluated, come visit us at EyeCare Associates of San Bernardino. Dr. Morton will be happy to provide you with the eye care you need.