Amalgamated Eye's Fashion Optical offers every national brand of contact lenses and Clear Comfort. Our Doctors of Optometry will provide you with a comprehensive contact lens exam and fit you with contact lenses for the best vision and comfort. Amalgamated Eye's will also fill an outside Doctor’s contact lens prescription. Amalgamated Eyes carries the following types of Contact Lenses:
Toric Lenses for Astigmatism
Fashion Contact Lenses
Bifocal & Multifocal Lenses
Contact lenses may be a good option for you.
More Natural Look and Vision.
Contact lenses are worn right on the eye for more natural vision. Contact lenses keep their shape and stay in focus, allowing your vision to remain clear of obstructions or reflections.
Easy as 1-2-3
Contact lenses are easy to care for. Every time you remove your lenses, simply clean them with an approved cleaning solution according to the specified directions.
Favorite among Athletes
No distractions, weight or resulting discomfort. Contacts do not fog up, slip off, or break during intense athletic activities. You can also wear protective sports goggles over contacts.
A Wardrobe of Sunglass Options
It is important to wear non-prescription sunglasses to protect your eyes from the sun’s harmful UV rays. Wearing contact lenses opens the door to a wide variety of fashionable, functional and affordable sunglasses.
Fashion Contact Lenses
Contact lenses are a great way to change your look. Get color contact lenses for an exotic look for a night out or just clear contact lenses to wear with the latest fashion sunglasses. Contact lenses are great ways to keep up with the latest fashion trends.
Color Contact Lenses
Often referred to as "Cosmetic Contact Lenses", color contacts offer a fun alternative in wardrobe accessories. Color lenses come in varying color intensities, from tints that enhance your eye color to dramatic colors that completely change your eye color. Color lenses are cared for just as you would any prescription contact lens.
How to Get a Contact Lens Prescription
Schedule an eye exam with Dr. Russell Scott Kateman, or your own eye care provider, to get a prescription for the right pair of contact lenses that suit your lifestyle.
Prescriptions for contact lenses and eyeglasses are different. Contact lens prescriptions require specific information not found on eyeglass prescriptions. If you choose to see a doctor outside of Amalgamated’s, you will need to ask your eye care provider for a copy of your contact lens prescription.