Contact Lens Exams and Fittings in Celina & Fort Recovery, OH

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Safety & Comfort for Your Contact Lenses

Contact lenses can offer the same vision correction you’ve become accustomed to with your glasses. If issues like dry eye and keratoconus have prevented you from wearing contacts in the past, we can help.

We offer comprehensive contact lens exams and fitting services along with specialty lenses like scleral and ortho-k lenses to address your unique visual needs.

Getting a safe and comfortable fit for your contact lenses is a priority here at Grand Lake Eyecare. Contact us to schedule your appointment today.

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Your Contact Lens Fitting

Before prescribing your contact lenses, we perform a contact lens fitting. During the fitting, we conduct various measurements to find the right lens type for you. We also provide a thorough lesson on inserting, removing, and caring for your contacts.

Our goal is to help you feel comfortable with your new contacts so you can enjoy clear, healthy vision.

More Information About Your Fitting

With the help of corneal topography, we can gather detailed information about the shape of your eyes. That information helps us design custom lenses that match your unique eye contours. 

We want to help make fitting your contact lens fittings a breeze! Our team uses advanced tools like corneal topography and the sMap3D to provide an ideal fit for your lenses. It’s like having a tailor-made pair of contacts just for you.

The sMap3D is a device that takes precise measurements of your eyes. It uses technology to map out every nook and cranny of your eye surface. This means we can create lenses that fit like a glove.

Our Contact Lens Options

Contact lenses can help correct refractive errors such as myopia, hyperopia, presbyopia, and astigmatism. 

Different specialty contacts can also help manage eye conditions like dry eye and keratoconus, allowing you to wear contact lenses comfortably. During your exam, we can review your lifestyle and preferences to determine what lenses are the best fit.

Contact lenses fall under 2 main categories: soft contact lenses and rigid gas-permeable (RGP) lenses. Under those main categories are specialty options that we use to address various vision problems and eye issues.

A contact lens exam is the first step toward finding the right contacts for your unique eyes.

Ortho-k Lenses

Orthokeratology (ortho-k) is a non-surgical procedure that uses specially designed contact lenses to gently reshape the curvature of the cornea. This temporary reshaping provides an alternative method of correcting vision without the need to wear glasses or traditional contact lenses during the day.

Beyond improved daytime vision, the benefits of ortho-k lenses can include slowed myopia progression for children.

Aspheric lenses are crafted to correct specific visual distortions, particularly for individuals with conditions such as presbyopia or high refractive errors. These lenses have a unique design that minimizes spherical aberrations, helping provide sharper vision and improved contrast sensitivity.

Toric contact lenses are designed to correct astigmatism. These lenses feature multiple focusing powers, one vertical and the other horizontal. These multiple powers can help correct nearsightedness and farsightedness. Toric lenses are typically weighted to help maintain their correct orientation on the eye.

Multifocal contact lenses merge multiple prescriptions to help correct vision issues such as presbyopia, hyperopia, and myopia with a single lens.

By combining 2 different prescriptions in the same lens, multifocal contacts can help those with blurry near and far vision see clearly at every distance, which can help you comfortably cycle through activities such as reading or driving without switching your contacts.

Hybrid lenses feature an RGP center with softer edges made of hydrogel or silicone hydrogel materials. Hybrid lenses are designed to combine the comfort of soft contacts and the crisp vision of RGP lenses.

Hybrid lenses can also be a good option for physical activity because they are larger with thin edges, so they may be less likely to fall out. New-generation hybrid lenses can also be a good option for people with keratoconus.

Schedule Your Contact Lens Exam Today

We want to help you enjoy clear vision, and our contact lens services can help do just that. Whether you need new lenses, want to update your prescription, or are just curious about your options, we can help. 

Contact us to schedule your appointment today and find the right contact lenses for your needs.

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Our Locations


  • 2024 Holiday Drive
  • Celina, OH 45822
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Fort Recovery

  • 130 North Wayne Street
  • Fort Recovery, OH 45846
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