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92708 Contact Lenses

Lenses to treat astigmatism in 92708

92708 contact lenses

92708 contact lenses

Want to correct vision without the intrusiveness of surgeries? Well, now you’re in luck. Thanks to the wonders of advanced medical technology, make that change—yesterday. Use the restorative nature of Orthokeratology to get that vision back to a crystal clear view. Getting started on that journey is easy. All you have to do is visit Orange Coast Eye Center and treat yourself to 92708 contact lenses.

Now…before you go sprinting toward the dictionary with the speed of a hungry bear hunting after prey, we’ll clear up whatever confusion you have about what Orthokeratology is. In a nutshell, they are contact lenses that slowly alters the shape or curvature of the cornea, adjusting how light focuses on the retina. And what involves this re-shaping? Two things: a contact lens and sleep. That’s right—contact lenses. Ortho-K uses a specially designed gas permeable contact lens that is worn while you snore. The lenses slowly alter the front surface of the eye (as you’re sleeping), so you’ll see much better in the morning. It is mainly used for: correcting refractive issues (astigmatism, nearsightedness, etc.), and to slow the development of childhood myopia. Keep in mind that these results aren’t permanent, so the improved vision only lasts for a limited time. With that said, if you’re interested in moving ahead or if you’re wanting more information about it, don’t hesitate to contact Orange Coast Eye Center. And then meet with one of our professionals for 92708 contact lenses.

Sound good? Our patients certainly think so. Now the ball is officially in your court. All you have to do now is make first contact either via phone or e-mail—whichever is most comfortable for you. And then our friendly staff at Orange Coast Eye Center will promptly help schedule an appointment. Then you’ll only be a hop, skip, and a hop-step away from checking out our selection of restorative 92708 contact lenses.

18426 Brookhurst Street, Suite 103
Fountain Valley, CA 92708
(714) 546-2020

Eye Lenses Garden Grove

Astigmatism correction in Garden Grove

Eye lenses Garden Grove

Eye lenses Garden Grove

Clear vision depends on all the varied structures of the eye working together and focusing the light exactly where it should be. The interplay between the lens and the retina can determine whether near or distant vision is clear or blurred. A common refractory error is astigmatism. In this condition the eye fails to focus light on a single spot on the retina, instead it focuses on several different spots either in front or behind the retina. Special eye lenses Garden Grove from the doctors of Orange Coast Eye Center can correct even severe cases of the disease.

Cases of astigmatism can be mild, moderate or severe. The symptoms of the refractory error include blurry and distorted vision at all distances, headache, eye strain and frequent squinting. An irregularly shaped cornea, which should be round, but has one part more curved than others causes astigmatism. There are three principal types of astigmatism, one which is accompanied by nearsightedness, one accompanied by farsightedness and a combination type. Our doctor uses eye lenses Garden Grove to treat all three types of astigmatism. For those suffering from moderate to heavy astigmatism eyeglasses or contact lenses with toric lenses maybe prescribed. Toric lenses bend light more in one direction than the other compensating for the natural misshape of the cornea.

Our doctor will examine your eyes and ask you to perform various tasks to determine exactly what type of toric lens is best for your degree of astigmatism or combination of astigmatism and near- or farsightedness. An innovative approach to astigmatism and other refractory errors are the newest generation of intraocular lenses, which are special eye lenses in Garden Grove that can reduce the need for glasses or contact lenses. These artificial lenses are available in toric versions to assist people with astigmatism and are surgically placed on the eye. Let our doctors examine your eyes and determine if astigmatism of some other refractory error is a problem and prescribe an innovative solution for you.

18426 Brookhurst Street, Suite 103
Fountain Valley, CA 92708
(714)-546-2020

Garden Grove Eye Doctor

Symfony in Garden Grove

Garden Grove eye doctor

Garden Grove eye doctor

Do you have cataracts? If you do, then we don’t have to tell you about the obstacles that they create to living your life independently, the way you want to. Here at Orange Coast Eye Center, we understand the frustration and that’s why we want to help. Our Garden Grove eye doctor works closely with you from examination to diagnosis; from treatment with eyeglasses or contact lenses all the way through surgery to correct the effects of cataracts on your eyes. And that’s why we’re especially excited about Symfony, a new frontier in state-of-the-art treatment for cataracts.

When you first get cataracts, you may not notice any changes to your vision at all. But soon enough, everyone with this disease will experience some degree of blurriness or cloudiness. This is due to the protein buildup on the lenses of your eyes that defines cataracts. Depending on your unique circumstances, you may be able to get by for a very long time with varying updates to your prescription lenses and still be able to enjoy sufficient vision to work, use a computer, watch TV, read, and engage in your favorite activities. But what happens when the threshold has been crossed and you are no longer able to get effective results from corrective lenses? That’s when our Garden Grove eye doctor will recommend surgery to remove your eye lenses, since there is no way to remove the cataracts from them.

Cataract surgery leaves you will unhindered vision again, but without your natural eye lenses, which are the part that allow you to focus, you will need something to take their place. At one point, the only option was glasses or contacts. But then came the introduction of the intraocular lens implant, which replaced your natural eye lenses with prosthetics that provided clarity in distance vision, but not up close. With Symfony, though, our Garden Grove eye doctor can provide you with excellent multifocal vision, of the quality that one would expect from a zoom lens camera. It’s truly a revolution and is the first of its kind available. It can be implanted during the same procedure that removes your eye lens, for greater efficiency and convenience.

18426 Brookhurst Street, Suite 103
Fountain Valley, CA 92708
(714)-546-2020