Your Manchester CT Contacts Specialist

Contacts with our Optometrist in Manchester CT

Our optometrist in Manchester CT offers contact lenses that correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, presbyopia and astigmatism. Our contacts’ specialist can even fit you if you have severely irregularly shaped cornea.

Types of Contact Lenses Offered at our Optometry Clinic

Our optometry clinic offers a variety of contact lens choices so that you can see clearly. A few of our options include hard, soft, Ortho-k and hard-to-fit contact lenses.

Soft Contact Lenses

Soft contact lenses are popular because they do not require a lengthy adjustment period. They are used to provide vision correction for people with nearsightedness and farsightedness. They can be purchased as daily disposable and extended wear.

Toric Lenses

Toric lenses are designed to provide vision correction for people with mild to moderate astigmatisms. They are weighted to prevent the lens from rotating.

Hard Contact Lenses

Hard contact lenses are rigid, meaning they do not bend or fold. Hard contacts can correct presbyopia, severe astigmatisms, nearsightedness and farsightedness.


Ortho-K lenses are hard contact lenses that are worn at night while you sleep. The lens reshapes your cornea, which corrects your vision during the day. When Ortho-K lenses are worn at night, there is no need to wear vision correction during the day.

Hard-to-Fit Contact Lenses

Hard-to-fit contact lenses are designed to be worn by individuals with severe astigmatisms, dry eye, GPC and keratoconus. They can even be worn by individuals who have had complications with a recent LASIK surgery.

Your Contact Lens Exam at our Optometry Clinic

Our optometrist at our optometry clinic offers contact lens exams for all eyes. We can help you find the right pair of lenses for your eyes even if you have a severe astigmatism, keratoconus or dry eye, and if you have never worn contact lenses before, our eye doctor can show you how to insert and remove your new lenses and disinfect your lenses and case.

To schedule an exam with our contacts’ specialist, call us at (860) 644-3364.

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