Hilliard & Tarnoff offer the following Contact Lenses:
- CooperVision- NEW- Biofinity Multifocal!! Biofinity and Biofinity Toric, Proclear One-Days, Proclear Toric, Proclear Multifocal, and Avaira and Avaira Toric.
- Bausch and Lomb-NEW- Purevision 2 HD and Purevision 2 for Astigmastims HD!! Soflens Dailies, PureVision, PureVision Toric, and PureVision Multifocal.
- Ciba Vision- NEW- Air Optix Multifocal!! Air Optix Aqua and Air Optix Toric, Focus Dailies, Focus Dailies Progressive, Aqua Dailies Comfort Plus, Air Optix Night and Day, Freshlook Colorblends, and Focus Monthly Colors
- Vistakon (Johnson and Johnson)- NEW- Oasys for Presbyopia and TruEye 1-Days!! Acuvue Oasys and Oasys Toric, Acuvue Advance, and Acuvue One-Day Moist.
* We also offer custom hard and soft contact lenses to accommodate the most difficult to fit patients!
Whether you already wear contact lenses or are considering them, this section serves as a primer. Facts and statistics about contact lens wearers, pointers for safe and successful use of contact lenses, and contact lenses and cosmetics are just a few of the topics covered here.
Getting started right with your contact lenses involves going to a doctor who provides full-service care. This includes a thorough eye examination, an evaluation of your suitability for contact lens wear, the lenses, necessary lens care kits, individual instructions for wear and care and unlimited follow-up visits over a specified time.Recommendations for Contact Lens Wearers from the American Optometric Association
- Always wash your hands before handling contact lenses.
- Carefully and regularly clean contact lenses, as directed by your optometrist. Rub the contact lenses with fingers and rinse thoroughly before soaking lenses overnight in sufficient multi-purpose solution to completely cover the lens.
- Store lenses in the proper lens storage case and replace the case at a minimum of every three months. Clean the case after each use, and keep it open and dry between cleanings.
- Use only products recommended by your optometrist to clean and disinfect your lenses. Saline solution and rewetting drops are not designed to disinfect lenses.
- Only fresh solution should be used to clean and store contact lenses. Never re-use old solution. Contact lens solution must be changed according to the manufacturer's recommendations, even if the lenses are not used daily.
- Always follow the recommended contact lens replacement schedule prescribed by your optometrist.
- Remove contact lenses before swimming or entering a hot tub.
- See your optometrist for your regularly scheduled contact lens and eye examination.
Information from American Optometric Association website