Contact Lenses for Unique Eyes
When it comes to contacts, there’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all solution. Daniel Island Eye Care knows contact lenses. We’re experts in helping our patients find the perfect fit.
We’re also available for training new wearers. Quality vision and comfort are equally important for making your contacts work. So whether you’re still looking for your perfect match or you’re trying contacts for the first time, talk to our friendly staff. We’ll advise you every step of the way.
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Our Contact Lens Process
Your eyes are unique. Like buying new clothes, you need to know your measurements to find the best fit. Understanding your unique eye care needs can make a difference when finding contact lenses that suit you.
Corneal topography helps eye doctors map the surface of your eye. Knowing your eye shape is one of many factors. Once we have a clear picture of your eye care, including your prescription, ocular health, and lifestyle habits, we can find the perfect fit.
Types of Lenses
From daily wear to specialty contacts, Daniel Island Eye Care houses the largest contact lens inventory in South Carolina. Talk to our staff or book an appointment, and you’ll see why we’re your choice for contacts in South Carolina.
We have lenses for a variety of vision and eye care needs:
- Myopia (nearsightedness)
- Hyperopia (farsightedness)
- Dry eyes
- Mature eyes
- Pediatric lenses
Our unique selection of contact lenses also includes:
Contact lenses should be comfortable, affordable, and convenient. CIBA is proud to offer many contact lenses, including breathable day and night lenses, single-use lenses, bifocal lenses, and cosmetic lenses. You and your eyes deserve top quality contact lenses that fit your unique vision needs.
SynergEyes hybrid contact lenses transform the vision for patients with astigmatism, presbyopia, and irregular cornea conditions. Since the first generation of hybrid lenses came to market in 2005, the company has continued to develop and deliver advancements in hybrid contact lens technologies. Generation 2 lenses combine new high-Dk materials with more comfortable, vision-optimized designs. In 2015, several new products expanded the vision possibilities for patients that will benefit from this leading technology.
We’re at the corner of Daniel Island Drive and Seven Farms Drive, next to Orlando’s Pizza. We have parking in front and a large lot behind our building.