Contact Lenses

Whether you are interested in wearing contact lenses for the first time, or already wear them and wish to explore other options available to you, GTOC can help. Your first step is to schedule an appointment with Drs. Lintz, Noah, Miller, or Ritter.

The examination will determine the prescription, health of the eye and type of contact lens best suited for you and your lifestyle. In addition to contacts for nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism, specialty lenses such as 30-day overnight lenses, colored cosmetic lenses, and bifocal lenses are also available at GTOC.

Drs. Lintz, Noah, Miller, and Ritter specialize in fitting patients with keratoconus and those who have had a corneal transplant. With today’s technology, contact lenses can correct almost any vision condition and are tolerated by most individuals.

In some cases, contacts afford better vision correction than eyeglasses. Even if you have had problems wearing contact lenses in the past or were told your vision could not be corrected with contact lenses, you may wish to try the latest in contact lenses.

Soft Contact Lens

Gas Permeable Lenses

Hybrid / SynergEyes Lenses

Scleral Lenses