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Medically Necessary Contact Lenses

Myopia Control

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Medically Necessary Contact Lenses

Brands We Carry

Myopia Control

Your Doctor

Reviews

Contact Lenses for Every Eye

The contact lens industry is always developing new innovations to make contacts more comfortable, convenient, and accessible. Fort Worth Eye Center stays up to date with these new innovations so we can provide the best options to you and your family.

If you are considering contact lenses for the first time or are searching to improve what you currently have, you’ll begin the process by scheduling a contact lens consultation with your Fort Worth eye doctor.  During this consultation, we’ll discuss your lifestyle and health history to determine the right type of contact lenses for you.

While thinking through your contact lens options, a few things to consider are whether you would prefer daily disposables or monthly disposable lenses, as well as soft versus rigid gas permeable (RGP) lenses. If you have any particular eye conditions, such as astigmatism or dry eye syndrome, we may have specific recommendations for the right type or brand for your optimal comfort and vision needs.

If you’re considering colored contact lenses, please let us know!  In addition, if you are over forty years of age and experience problems seeing small print, for which you need bifocals to see close objects, Dr. Lam and his team may recommend multifocal lenses or a combination of multifocal and monovision lenses to correct your unique vision needs.

All in all, our Fort Worth team is excited to help you find the perfect pair of contact lenses.  For more information on the types of lenses we carry, please continue reading!

Contact Lens exam

A contact lens exam provides all of the measurements and testing that are required to determine if your eyes are suitable for contact lens wear. We are able to fit most patients (even hard-to-fit) and will generate your contact lens prescription.

Medically Necessary Contact Lenses

Some of our patients suffer from Keratoconus, post-surgical, and irregular corneal conditions, thus we provide a comfortable solution while restoring visual acuity with custom specialty contact lenses.

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Myopia Control

Do you have concerns with your child’s prescription? Does one or both parents suffer from strong nearsighted prescriptions? Does your child’s prescription change aggressively year to year? Here at Fort Worth Eye Center, we have potential options to slow down the progression.

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Contact Lens Brands

Fort Worth Eye Center offers a wide variety of contact lens brands including:

CooperVision Contact Lenses
MiSight Contact Lenses
Acuvue Contact Lenses
Alcon Contact Lenses
Forge Ortho K
Bausch and Lomb Contact Lenses
Paragon Contact Lenses
CooperVision Contact Lenses
MiSight Contact Lenses
Acuvue Contact Lenses
Alcon Contact Lenses
Forge Ortho K
Bausch and Lomb Contact Lenses
Paragon Contact Lenses
CooperVision Contact Lenses
Alcon Contact Lenses
Bausch and Lomb Contact Lenses
MiSight Contact Lenses
Forge Ortho K
Paragon Contact Lenses
Acuvue Contact Lenses

Medically Necessary Contact Lenses

If you’ve had problems wearing contact lenses, you’re not alone!  It is very common for patients to have difficulty wearing contact lenses for a variety of reasons.  Hard to fit contact lenses are perfect for the patient who has tried conventional soft contact lenses and was not happy with vision or comfort.

If you’re struggling with your current contacts but are not ready to give up just yet, here at Fort Worth Eye Center, we offer a range of options that can provide you with a comfortable and effective experience.  In order to find the right option for you, schedule a contact lens eye exam today!

Scleral Contact Lenses

Scleral Contact Lenses are large-diameter gas permeable contact lenses made specifically to rest of the “white” area of the eye – otherwise known as the Sclera.  Due to their shape, Scleral Contact Lenses replace the irregular cornea with a smooth surface thus correcting vision problems caused by Keratoconus and other corneal irregularities.

To learn if Scleral Contact Lenses are right for you, schedule an eye exam today!

Rigid Gas Permeable Contact Lenses

Rigid Gas Permeable (RGP) or Gas Permeable (GP) Lenses can be a very useful tool for any prescription or condition. They are cost-effective, durable, and can offer the same or superior comfort as soft contact lenses to some patients.

To learn about gas-permeable contact lenses, schedule a consultation today!

Custom Soft Contact Lenses

Have you ever been told your prescription for contact lenses does not exist for soft contacts? That is probably incorrect. Custom soft contact lenses can be tailor-made to virtually any prescription, even extremely high ones!

To learn more about custom soft contact lenses, schedule an exam today!

Hybrid Contact Lenses

Hybrid contacts offer the best of both worlds: the superior vision of gas-permeable contact lenses with the initial comfort of soft contact lenses. This combination is achieved by the contacts having a gas permeable center with a soft contact lens skirt. Anybody can use hybrid contacts from patients with irregular corneas to high-level athletes that want a visual advantage.

If you’re interested in learning more about these contacts, contact us today!

Scleral Contact Lenses

Scleral Contact Lenses are large-diameter gas permeable contact lenses made specifically to rest of the “white” area of the eye – otherwise known as the Sclera.  Due to their shape, Scleral Contact Lenses replace the irregular cornea with a smooth surface thus correcting vision problems caused by Keratoconus and other corneal irregularities.

To learn if Scleral Contact Lenses are right for you, schedule an eye exam today!

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Rigid Gas Permeable Contact Lenses

Rigid Gas Permeable (RGP) or Gas Permeable (GP) Lenses can be a very useful tool for any prescription or condition. They are cost-effective, durable, and can offer the same or superior comfort as soft contact lenses to some patients.

To learn about gas-permeable contact lenses, schedule a consultation today!

Custom Soft Contact Lenses

Have you ever been told your prescription for contact lenses does not exist for soft contacts? That is probably incorrect. Custom soft contact lenses can be tailor-made to virtually any prescription, even extremely high ones!

To learn more about custom soft contact lenses, schedule an exam today!

Hybrid Contact Lenses

Hybrid contacts offer the best of both worlds: the superior vision of gas-permeable contact lenses with the initial comfort of soft contact lenses. This combination is achieved by the contacts having a gas permeable center with a soft contact lens skirt. Anybody can use hybrid contacts from patients with irregular corneas to high-level athletes that want a visual advantage.

If you’re interested in learning more about these contacts, contact us today!

Myopia Control

High myopia, defined by > -6.00D, can lead to a plethora of visual and ocular complications later in life. Long-term risks of children with high myopia are 5x the risk of early cataracts, 14x the risk of glaucoma, 22x the risk of retinal detachments, and 41x the risk of maculopathy. If you are concerned with any of these, schedule an exam today for your child.

If you’re struggling with your current contacts but are not ready to give up just yet, we offer a range of options that can provide you with a comfortable and effective experience.  In order to find the right option for you, schedule a contact lens eye exam today!

Scleral Contact Lenses

Orthokeratology

Orthokeratology, or “ortho-k,” is the process of reshaping the eye with a specially-designed rigid gas permeable contact lenses retainer. The goal of ortho-k is to flatten the front surface of the eye and thereby correct mild to moderate amounts of nearsightedness and astigmatism. While primarily ortho-k is used for slowing changing prescriptions in children, it can be useful for teenagers in adults that are active in water and combat sports.

Schedule an exam today if you have any questions!

Child Putting Contact Lenses In

MiSight®

MiSight® is the only FDA-approved soft contact lens designed specifically for myopia control. It is a great tool for low to moderate prescriptions, or for those that find Ortho-K uncomfortable.

Scleral Contact Lenses

Orthokeratology

Orthokeratology, or “ortho-k,” is the process of reshaping the eye with a specially-designed rigid gas permeable contact lenses retainer. The goal of ortho-k is to flatten the front surface of the eye and thereby correct mild to moderate amounts of nearsightedness and astigmatism. While primarily ortho-k is used for slowing changing prescriptions in children, it can be useful for teenagers in adults that are active in water and combat sports.

Schedule an exam today if you have any questions!

Child Putting Contact Lenses In

MiSight

MiSight is the only FDA-approved soft contact lens designed specifically for myopia control. It is a great tool for low to moderate prescriptions, or for those that find ortho-k uncomfortable.

Schedule an exam today to learn more!

Other Eye Care Services

In addition to contact lenses and contact lens exams, Fort Worth Eye Center offers a wide range of other eye care services to the Fort Worth community.

Eye Disease Management

We diagnose and manage ocular diseases such as Glaucoma, Macular Degeneration, Diabetic Retinopathy, Cataracts, and many more!

Eye Emergencies

Did you know your optometrist can help you with red eyes, pink eye, sore eyes, foreign body removal and other eye emergencies?  We will always offer same day appointments for you under these circumstances.

Lasik Consultations

Did you know your optometrist can help you with red eyes, pink eye, sore eyes, foreign body removal and other eye emergencies?  We will always offer same day appointments for you under these circumstances.

Eye Glasses In Fort Worth Texas

Prescription Glasses & Sunglasses

Explore the most unique prescription glasses and sunglasses in Fort Worth right here in our boutique optical!  LEARN MORE

Eye Care Services at Fort Worth Eye Center

Eye Exams

We offer many types of eye exams including comprehensive, diabetic, and contact lens eye exams. LEARN MORE

Meet Your Fort Worth Eye Doctor

At Fort Worth Eye Center, we care about your patient experience just as much as we care about the health of your eyes. Dr. Dan Lam, eye doctor and owner of Fort Worth Eye Center, and his entire team are equipped to give you the best experience possible when you visit our practice.

The Fort Worth Eye Center Approach

At Fort Worth Eye Center, our approach is simple. We aim to provide all patients with the best eye care in Fort Worth. Our eye doctor and our eye care team are prepared to give you and your family the best experience from the moment you make your first appointment.

Learn more about the Fort Worth Eye Center’s approach to eye care by reading other patient reviews!

I had my visit today. This is a nice and clean office. Lauren was amazing and patient. Dr. Lam was very friendly and helpful. If you are looking for a good eye doctor this is the place.

C. Smith | Google

I have a very unique situation with my eyes and Dr. Lam fitted me for scleral lenses, which no other doctor has recommended before. I have never been able to see this well in my LIFE! I owe my amazing vision to him and the staff at Fort Worth Eye Center. I will never go anywhere else for my eye care needs!

L. Lamb | Google

The service here was exceptional! I walked in after work and got a thorough eye exam! Dr. Lam was amazing! He is very personable, knowledgeable, and took his time explaining my results. I highly recommend the Fort Worth Eye Center!!!

I. Callahan | Google

“The staff was really helpful and Doctor Lam was very professional and gave tons of helpful information! Definitely recommend this place for anyone looking for good eye care!”

Sarah M. | Google

Common Eye Conditions

They say the eye is the window to the soul, but in reality, the eye is the window to the rest of the body. Many systemic diseases can cause intermittent complications to the eye or can lead to life long vision loss.

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