Worry Free Guarantee


Offering an exclusive Two Year warranty on all of our glasses, frames and lenses.*

Our exclusive two year lens and frame warranty is basically a "bumper to bumper" warranty for your eyeglasses! We know that glasses, frames and lenses may look alike, but quality and craftsmanship vary dramatically-this has a major impact on your eyewear experience. At Complete Family Eyecare, we understand our patients rely on their glasses for function and fashion every day. Because of this we offer to you complete coverage for your frames and lenses for two years. With our Worry Free Guarantee, you can leave the worrying up to us!

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Contact Lens Guaranteed Success Program


There are many options available to you for contact lenses, but here at Complete Family Eyecare we do things differently. We provide our contact lens expertise, thorough professional care, and quality contact lenses to ensure an overall enjoyable contact lens experience for you. With our Contact Lens Guaranteed Success Program, you are able to try contact lenses and determine if they are right for you. Contact lens technology is always improving, so even if you have tried contact lenses before without success, it never hurts to give in another chance. Give us call today to see if the freedom that comes with contact lens wear is right for you.

Contact Lenses

Contact lenses are thin, curved lenses worn on the clear surface of the eye, called the cornea. They are typically worn to correct vision, but in some cases they are used for cosmetic purposes only. Contact lenses, when used properly, are very convenient and extremely comfortable. Most of the time, you'll hardly know you're wearing them, though you'll certainly notice how clear and accurate your vision is. There are a wide variety of contact lenses available to meet each person's individual needs. We'll discuss the option that's best for you. At Complete Family Eyecare, it is our recommendation that every patient have a pair of eyeglasses available to wear as a back up for their contact lenses. Contact lenses should not be relied upon to correct your vision at all times.

Contact Lens Types

There are a wide variety of contact lenses available to meet the needs of almost everyone. Many patients were told in the past that they couldn't wear contacts, but with newer technology available more and more patients can successfully wear them. You owe it to yourself to see what's new. We carry many options, and promise to do our best in selecting contact lenses that you'll love wearing. Choose from the following list for a brief look at some of the options available.

  • Soft Contact Lenses

    Soft Contact Lenses

    Soft lenses are very comfortable and come in a variety of types, depending on the wearer's needs. Conventional soft lenses are worn during the day, and cleaned and stored at night. Usually once a week the lenses must be cleaned using an enzymatic cleaner, which removes protein deposits. These lenses can last for a year or more if your prescription stays the same and you take good care of them.

    • Frequent Replacement Soft Lenses

      These lenses are similar to conventional soft lenses except they are replaced more frequently. Oftentimes, they are worn for one-month periods then replaced. Other frequent replacement soft lens types are worn two to three months before they are replaced. Like conventional soft lenses, they have to be cleaned and stored at night and cleaned once a week with an enzymatic cleaner to remove protein deposits.

    • Disposable Soft Lenses

      Disposable soft lenses are much more popular than conventional soft lenses. These lenses are worn for a period of time then, of course, thrown away. The most well-known disposables last for two weeks. There are also one-week and one-day disposables. These are perfect for many patients who were told they couldn't wear contact lenses because of allergies or mild dry eye conditions. They have a low cost per lens and are also popular for athletes and hobbyists who don't necessarily want to wear contact lenses every day.

    • Extended Wear Soft Lenses

      Extended wear lenses can be worn up to 30 days, day and night, without removal. These lenses are the result of new technology in lens materials that allows more oxygen to pass through the lens to the cornea of the eye. Extended wear lenses can last one week, two weeks, or one month, depending upon the lens material and your doctor's recommendations.

    • Tinted Soft Lenses

      Next, you have tinted soft lenses, available in conventional, disposable, or frequent replacement types. With tinted soft lenses, you can change your eye color or enhance your eye color. Even if you don't need corrective lenses, you can use "plano" tinted lenses to change your eye color.

  • Bifocal Contact Lenses

    Recent technology has greatly improved bifocal soft lenses. Many patients who are in their 40s who need bifocals can now enjoy the comfort and benefits of soft contact lenses. These lenses will provide them with vision for both far and near at the same time.

  • Toric Contact Lenses

    Toric lenses are used to correct astigmatism. Astigmatism is a vision condition where an irregularly shaped cornea affects the vision. In the past, if you had astigmatism, your only options were either glasses or hard gas permeable contact lenses. But toric lenses now offer a great alternative. There are several types of toric lenses to choose from to meet each person's individual needs.

  • Rigid Contact Lenses

    Rigid Gas Permeable (RGP) Lenses.As the name implies, these lenses are hard and gas permeable. These lenses should not be confused with the outdated "hard contacts" from years ago. RGP lenses are very beneficial to patients who can't wear soft lenses and they are available in specialized designs to correct just about any vision disorder. RGP lenses transmit more oxygen to the cornea than soft lenses, which increases eye comfort and health. RGPs provide better vision, durability, and deposit resistance than soft contact lenses. They can be easier to clean, and since they're long-lasting, they can be less expensive in the long term than soft lenses. RGPs do require an adaptation period before they become comfortable to wear.

  • Contact Lens Solutions

    There are a variety of solutions available from many different manufacturers. The important thing to remember is that not every solution is right for every type of contact lens. Some contact lenses require the use of multipurpose solutions, while others require separate solutions for the four steps in contact lens care: disinfecting, cleaning, rinsing, and enzyming. Use only the lens solutions that are recommended by your eye doctor. If you wish to change brands, check with our office first.

Caring for your Contacts

  • Caring for your Contacts

    Caring for your Contacts

    Contact lenses are prescription medical devices and need to be treated carefully. To make sure your eyes and vision stay healthy while wearing contact lenses, please follow these few guidelines or the instructions recommended by your doctor.

    WARNING
    Ocular complications and/or long-term corneal damage are the consequences of contact lenses that are worn longer than recommended. Oftentimes, your lenses will still feel good even when you are over-wearing them. Do not wear your lenses overnight unless they are approved for extended wear and your doctor has discussed this with you. Overnight wear increases the risk of infection and other complications.

    Wearing Schedule
    It will take at least a few days for your eyes to get used to wearing contact lenses. The best way to insure maximum visual comfort and eye health is to patiently and faithfully adhere to this wearing schedule.

    • DON'T wear your lenses longer than 12 hours a day until your first follow-up visit with your doctor, unless the doctor has specifically told you otherwise.
    • DON'T continue use of contact lenses if your eyes become red, irritated, painful, or if your vision gets worse while wearing lenses. Immediately take out the lenses and clean them. Let your eyes adjust back to normal and if the problem persists, contact our office.
    • DON'T exceed the wearing times suggested, even if your lenses still feel comfortable. Studies have proven that the eye needs time to adapt to contact lenses, and your wearing schedule is based on those studies.
    • DO always remove your contact lenses at least one hour before going to bed to allow for proper oxygen nourishment to the cornea.
    • DO schedule and keep follow-up appointments with your eye doctor.
    • DO wear your contact lenses for at least 4 hours the day of your follow-up appointment unless you are experiencing discomfort.

    Caring For Your Contacts

    Deposits and infectious organisms such as bacteria, viruses-etc., can build up on the surface of all contact lenses. For this reason, it is very important to keep them clean and disinfected. Always make sure your hands are properly cleaned before touching your eyes or handling your contact lenses. The best way to properly care for your lenses is to develop a lens care routine and stick to it!

    There are four steps in contact lens care, follow the care prescribed for your lenses:

    1. Cleaning removes dirt, mucous, and other debris that gets on the lenses during wear.
    2. Disinfecting kills bacteria (germs) on the lenses. Disinfecting is essential to prevent serious eye infections.
    3. Rinsing removes the other solutions from the lenses and prepares the lenses for wear.
    4. Enzyming uses enzyme drops or tablets to remove protein and other deposits that build up over time on the lenses.

    Always Remember To

    • Follow the directions outlined by your eye doctor. Oftentimes instructions are also listed on the packaging or the package insert for the contact lens solutions prescribed for you.
    • Multi-purpose solutions can be used for more than one step in contact lens care. Read the label to see which functions the solutions can be used for.
    • Many solutions can not be used together, and not all solutions are appropriate for all types of lenses. Only use solutions recommended by your eye doctor. Check with your eye doctor if you want to switch brands.
    • When you remove your lenses, they must be cleaned, rinsed, and disinfected before they are worn again.
    • Enzyming and cleaning do not substitute for disinfecting.
    • Lenses that have been stored for more than 12 hours may need to be cleaned, disinfected, and rinsed again.
    • Make sure solution containers are kept closed tightly, stored upright, and kept in a clean, dry, cool place when you're not using them. Keep your case clean and replace it every 2-3 months to prevent bacterial growth.
    • Don't touch container bottle tips to any surface to prevent them from becoming contaminated.
    • Throw away expired solutions (Look on the bottle for the expiration date!).
    • Use new solution in your contact lenses case every day.
    • Discuss with your eye doctor proper care for your lenses if you wear them while swimming in a pool or hot tub.
    • Only use approved rewetting drops for lubricating or wetting your lenses. Never place the lenses in your mouth.
    • Do not use tap water to rinse soft contact lenses.
    • Be careful with makeup, lotions, creams and sprays-consider putting on lenses before makeup and remove them before removing makeup. Also, water-based makeup is less likely to damage lenses than oil-based makeup. Here's what you need to watch for: redness, blurriness, light sensitivity. Remove your lenses if you are experiencing any of these 3 things. If your eyes have not returned to normal after 24 hours, please contact our office. If you have any change in vision, comfort, or irritation, immediately remove your lenses. If there is no improvement within a couple of hours, please contact our office.