Living with any kind of vision impairment can be difficult, but it is absolutely doable, especially if you have the proper eye and vision care available to you. Here at Chicago Vision Club, our eye doctors and opticians can help you navigate through our many vision options and help you choose which method of vision correction is right for you. If you have nearsightedness or astigmatism, high and gas-permeable or even multifocal contact lenses may be able to help your vision significantly.
Usually, when it comes to vision correction, most people have a choice. Perfect vision can be achieved with the use of contact lenses or glasses of prescription strength. For many people, switching between these two methods only depends on the occasion or the mood, but for others certain methods may work better than others. For patients who have more advanced or serious forms of nearsightedness or astigmatism, high and gas-permeable contact lenses may be able to provide you with sharper and clearer vision than other methods of vision correction. If you are able to wear contact lenses, these lenses can help you see clearer and more comfortably in a way that no other device can. These contact lenses are hard, however, and may take more getting used to than soft contact lenses. Here at Chicago Vision Club, our eye doctors can help determine whether this option is right for you. Alternatively, if you are looking for contact lenses in Lake View, but require multifocal capabilities, our staff can help you with those as well. Multifocal lenses are now available in contact lens form to allow you a more seamless line of vision no matter what distance you are looking to see more clearly. Multifocal contact lenses can allow you to see objects at different distances with ease and with the comfort of contact lenses if you prefer them to glasses.
If you need any brand or type of contact lenses in Lake View, we here at Chicago Vision Club can help. If you are due for an appointment, believe that your prescription is out of date, or if you are interested in high and gas-permeable lenses or multifocal contact lenses, call us or stop by our store to learn more about our vision correction options today.