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Winchester Optical, Inc. wants you to know that hard-to-fit eyes don't have to keep you from wearing contacts. We know that some eye conditions can make successfully wearing contacts frustrating. John Deering, LDO, FCLSA specializes in finding the right type of contacts to cater to your vision needs.
Sometimes astigmatism can be corrected with standard gas permeable contact lenses. However, toric contacts are often needed to correct more serious forms of astigmatism.
Special soft contacts have been designed for people with dry eyes. They retain moisture better than standard contacts providing the wearing long lasting comfort not received from normal contact lenses.
Presbyopia is farsightedness that occurs typically in middle and older aged patients.
GPC is a form of pink-eye or conjunctivitis characterized by inflammation on the inner eyelid surface. Standard contact lenses may worsen the condition.
Glasses are often not the best solution for improving vision for those with keratoconus. Contacts specially designed for this condition improve vision by offering a uniform, smooth surface.
During your contact lens exam, our optician can determine if you have a condition that may require hard-to-fit contacts. The contact lens exam includes a normal vision exam, but will also involve your optician taking precise measurements of your eye and performing additional tests to determine your suitability for contact lenses.
Have you previously been told that your eye condition may make it difficult for you to wear contact lenses? Our experienced Winchester optician, John Deering, can work with you to determine if hard-to-fit contacts may be the solution. Give us a call at (781) 729 - 4553 to schedule a contact lens exam at Winchester Optical, Inc.