At Family Vision Care, we fit soft and rigid gas permeable lenses. This includes specialty lenses for those with astigmatism, Multifocals, and specialty scleral lenses. With our thorough evaluation we can determine which contact lens modality is best for your visual needs.​​ We provide a contact lens fittings with our contact lens success guarantee. Ask us for more details at your exam. 

Once fitted, you have the option of now ordering your contact lenses online from the comfort of your home! Click the button below to get started.
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Regarding soft lenses, we use all major brand contact lenses including Acuvue, Alcon's Air Optic, Dailies, Biofinity, Bauch and Lomb, and Cooper Vision family of lenses to name a few. Carrying all these brands helps to give patients the best option for their comfort and budget. We look to find the perfect contact lens to satisfy your everyday visual demands whether it be at school, work or playing a sport. We have many brands of soft contact lenses in stock ready for patients to try or purchase. There are some parameters we have to order and specialty lenses for patients who have complicated visual needs may take anywhere from a few days to a few weeks to manufacture.

Though not an exhaustive list, some of the most popular lenses we carry include the following:
Dailies Aqua Comfort Plus,
ailies Aqua Comfort Plus Multifocal,
Dailies Toric Aqua Comfort Plus,
Dailies Total 1 Sphere
Dailies Total 1 Multifocal
Air Optix Family
Color Blends

Baush and Lomb
Biotrue ONEday
Pure Vision 2 Multifocal

Proclear 1 Day,
One Day Clarity,
One Day Clarity Multifocal,
My Day
Misight 1 Day 
Biofinity Toric and Toric Multifocal

Johnson & Johnson
1-Day Acuvue Moist
Acuvue Moist for Astigmatism
1-Day Acuvue Multifocal,
1-Day Acuvue Oaysis,
1-Day Acuvue Define,
Acuvue Oasys 2 week

Daily Multifocal
Daily Sphere

Regarding hard lenses, we have Rigid Gas Permeable (RGP) lenses, Scleral and overnight Corneal Refractive Therapy (CRT) lenses. With hard lenses patients have the crispest vision and less effects from dry eyes or allegy problems.  AsK if rigid lenses might be the right choice for you!   You can read more about CRT lenses here.
The following videos can be used to help you with LEARNING Contact Lens Insertion and Removal. 
Please  reach out to our office to schedule additional Contct Lens Training, if you are having difficulties.  
Our friendly Optometric Assistants work with you to find the best and easiest way for you you to put in and take off your lenses.