Whether you are new to contacts or an old pro, we can help find a contact lens that will maximize your vision and comfort. Dr. Miller will take the time to discuss the various options and recommend which is best for your eyes. We’ll also teach you how to properly clean and wear your new contacts to maximize vision and comfort and minimize potential risks.

One Day Contact Lenses

These lenses offer the best in both hygiene, comfort and convenience. Daily disposal soft contact lenses are perfect for those who work in dusty environments, suffer from dry eyes or allergies, or who just want to wear contact lenses for sports.

Disposable Lenses

These soft lenses are made to be worn for a period of time, removed nightly and then discarded on a regular basis. The most common disposal schedules are 2 weeks or 1 month.

Toric Soft Lenses

These lenses correct astigmatism. There are many types of toric lenses available today in a wide range of prescriptions.

Multifocal Contact Lenses

If you need bifocals but don’t want to give up your contact lenses, we have good news! New multifocal contact lens designs mean that you can continue to wear your contact lenses and see clearly. These lenses give you the ability to see up close, far away and in between without depending on glasses. Think of them as progressive lenses with the convenience of a contact lens. Dr. Miller has extensive experience multifocal lenses, allowing many patients to enjoy the freedom of contact lenses well into their later years.

Rigid Gas Permeable (RGP) Custom Lenses

These lenses are made of a very breathable but rigid plastic and offer endless possibilities for patients who have been told that they are not able to wear contact lenses. Each of these lenses is custom made based on the exact measurements of your eye. RGP lenses offer clear vision to patients with irregular prescriptions such as keratoconus, post corneal transplant and eye injuries.

Cleaning Solutions

There are a variety of solutions available from many different manufacturers, including brand name and generics. It is important to remember that not every solution is right for every type of contact lens and not every solution is right for every contact lens wearer. Dr. Miller will work with you to prescribe the right solution for your eyes and lenses. If you are considering changing brands, check with our office first.