If you are thinking about getting a new pair of contact lenses, you will definitely want to visit our optometrist at San Tan Eye Care. At our vision practice, you will be able to have a thorough contact lens exam and fitting, or receive a comprehensive eye exam in order to get a new prescription for eyeglasses. Whether you are a first-time wear of helpful hints, or are simply needing to get an updated prescription, we will be able to help you at our vision practice.
At San Tan Eye Care, our two expert optometrists are Dr. Jack Hostetler and Dr. Jonathan Wold. Whether you are getting a contact lens exam and fitting or a comprehensive eye exam, your eyes will be thoroughly screened for a wide range of eye diseases and disorders. Among the many eye problems that you will be screened for during our eye exams are: cataracts; glaucoma; macular degeneration; diabetic retinopathy; retinal tears; dry eyes; and other problems of the cornea, macula, and retina. There are many eye problems which our optometrists can provide treatment for. If it is determined by our optometrist that you need to have advanced eye care, our eye doctor will be able to refer you to an ophthalmologist in the area who specializes in your area of need. If you are getting contacts in Chandler, our optometrist will also take measurements of your eyes including the curvature of your cornea as well as the size of your iris. It is very important that contact lenses feature eyes precisely so that you will not have your cornea damaged by ill-fitting contact lenses.
During our eye exams, you will also have your eyes checked for any type of refractive errors. If it is shown that you have astigmatism, or are nearsighted or farsighted, our eye doctor will be able to provide you with prescription lenses which will have you seeing clearly once again. Even if you have dry eye or astigmatism, you can now comfortably wear contact lenses. So if you want to get helpful hints, but are concerned that you will not be able to do this because you have astigmatism, there is no need to worry. Our optometrist will be able to discuss with you which type of contact lens will work best in your particular situation, and include this as part of your contact lens prescription information. For an appointment to meet with one of our top notch optometrists, simply contact us today.