A huge selection of contact lenses, backed by professionals who care
Contact lenses are the preferred choice of many people with poor eyesight. The key to successful wearing of contact lenses is a thorough exam, the right prescription and choosing the right type of contact lens.
We excel in contact lens fitting and care for adults, teenagers and children. You will be professionally fitted with contact lenses that are comfortable and give you excellent vision.
We carry a full range of high-quality contact lenses from top manufacturers at reasonable prices.
With our wide selection of contact lenses, you have options
Contact lenses are more versatile than ever before. We can provide you with virtually any type of lens that’s available today. This includes both hard and soft contact lenses in a variety of brands that include Focus Dailies, Aqua Comfort, Cvue, Acuvue Oasys, Air Optix, Clarity H20 and many more.
Here’s a sampling of contact lens types we offer
- Daily wear: You wear them during the day, and remove them at night and throw them out. They’re more comfortable and more difficult to dislodge than hard contact lenses.
- Extended wear: Available for overnight wear in soft or hard lenses. Can usually be worn up to seven days without removal.
- Extended wear disposables: These soft contact lenses are available for overnight or continuous wear ranging from one to six days and then discarded. They require little or no cleaning and there’s minimal risk of eye infection when instructions are followed.
- Planned replacements: The majority of soft contact lens wearers are prescribed some type of frequent replacement schedule, most often every two weeks. Simply use them for the recommended time frame and then discard them.
- Colored contacts: These contact lenses can change the appearance of your eye color or merely enhance your natural eye color. No prescription is required when only changing or enhancing eye color.
- Bifocal contact lenses: These are for people suffering from presbyopia (age-related problem with vision) or astigmatism. Bifocal (and multifocal) contact lenses are made by various manufacturers.
- Hard contact lenses: Hard contact lenses, also known as rigid gas permeable lenses (RGP), offer excellent vision for most vision problems. They tend to be more economical than soft contact lenses since they’re more durable and last longer.
Precision Contact Lens Exam & Fitting for clear vision and extended comfort
Contact lenses have visual advantages over eyeglasses for certain vision issues and may be preferred for the sake of appearance and other reasons. Dr. O’Donnell offers very affordable fittings coupled with over two decades of experience in fitting all types of people with a wide variety of contact lenses. These include:
- Soft disposables and planned replacement lenses
- Rigid gas permeable (RGP) hard lenses
- Cosmetic and color enhancing lenses
- Astigmatism correcting lenses
- Multi-focal & bifocal lenses
How a contact lenses fitting and trial works
Dr. O’Donnell will take the necessary measurements to fit you with contact lenses. He uses a variety of eye measurement equipment to measure the shape and area of the cornea, as well as to diagnose for astigmatism.
Then he’ll determine a contact lens to dispense for a trial period. This trial period helps you decide if you like both the comfort and wearing schedule of your contact lenses, and is a chance for you to make sure the prescription is just right.
At a follow-up appointment, Dr. O’Donnell will examine your vision to see if your prescription needs be adjusted to improve your vision quality.To make an appointment, call 570.704.3993 or click here to request an appointment online,
Order Contact Lenses
If you have a current contact lens prescription on file with us and would like to order more lenses just fill out this form and we will call you back as soon as possible to complete your order and ship out your lenses. If you contact us outside of our normal business hours, someone will call you on our next business. If you aren’t a patient of ours, please have your current prescription from your eye doctor with you when you come to the office.
You do not need to note lens or prescription details on this form. Simply use this form to let us know you would like to order contacts. Your information will be gotten over the phone to complete your order.