Contact Lenses

Contact Lenses

We provide comprehensive cornea and contact lens care. After an eye examination we evaluate your eyes and determine which type of contact lens will best suit your individual needs. We prescribe all major brands of contact lenses. Additionally, we prescribe custom designed contact lenses for special needs as well as special eye problems.

Specialty Contact Lenses

  • Bifocal Contact Lenses
  • Monovision Contact Lenses
  • Astigmatism Contact Lenses
  • Keratoconus Treatment
  • Pediatric Contact Lenses
  • Prosthetic Contact Lenses

Our contact lens staff are able to answer many of your questions and are available for ongoing contact lens instruction and training. We have vast experience with cosmetic considerations such as colored contacts that change eye color completely or just modify eye color slightly.

We are the go-to practice for fitting Synergeyes hybrid contact lenses (gas permeable hard lenses with the comfort of a soft lens), Rose-K keratoconus lenses, scleral contact lenses and other medically necessary contact lenses. Dr. Mitchell is a contact lens researcher and a clinical investigator for the contact lens industry.

Ordering Contact Lenses

Ask about our yearly contact lens supply program. Buying a full year supply of contact lenses gives you discounts on lenses, shipping, contact lens fittings and makes you eligible for manufacturer rebates! Or, our new service allows you to pay as you go, and receive a lens shipment each month.

Contact Lens Research

Dr. Mitchell is an active researcher for contact lens manufacturers for a very good reason. He wants to be at the forefront of contact lens care to help patients with the most complicated problems that contact lenses can treat. In addition to studying  new lens design and new lens materials, he is particularly focused on contact lens treatment of corneal problems like keratoconus and post LASIK or other eye surgery issues. His last published paper was on using innovative aspheric contact lenses to treat post LASIK patient vision issues. Ask the office staff if you are interested in participating in contact lens research projects and we can determine if you are a candidate.