(904) 739-2050
Jacksonville, FL

Contact Lens Exam

Request Appointment

Jacksonville, FL

Contact Lens Exam

Our eye doctor is skilled at fitting patients in contact lenses that fit their needs and offer clear and comfortable vision. Whether you’re an experienced lens wearer or new to contact lenses, we’re here to provide expert care and guidance.  

Experienced contact lens wearers

If you already wear contact lenses, our eye doctor Dr. Monica Brown will check that your current lenses are still the best fit for your eyes. She’ll examine your eyes to make sure your contacts aren’t causing any discomfort or affecting your eye health. Your eyes can change over time, so it’s important to update your lenses for the best vision and comfort.

New contact lens wearers

If you’re new to contacts, Dr. Brown will check your eye health and vision and determine what type and size of contacts are right for you. She’ll ask you about your lifestyle and hobbies and recommend a contact lens that fits your unique needs. You will also learn how to insert, remove, and care for your contact lenses. 

Contact lenses for “hard-to-fit” patients

If you were told previously that you can’t wear contact lenses, it may be time to try again. We have a variety of contact lenses that can accommodate astigmatism, presbyopia, and other conditions that can make it difficult to wear standard contact lenses. Our eye doctor will help you find the right type of contact lens for your specific needs.

Why do I need an exam for contact lenses?

If you’re thinking about getting contact lenses, you’ll need a contact lens exam. Contacts are classified as medical devices and require a prescription. Wearing ill-fitting lenses can cause discomfort, blurry vision, and even eye infections. It’s important to have a contact lens exam to make sure your lenses fit well and won’t harm your eyes.

Schedule a contact lens exam in Jacksonville, FL

Contact us today to schedule an appointment for your eye exam and let us know if you’re interested in wearing contact lenses or if you already wear them! A contact lens exam requires additional measurements that aren’t included in a regular eye exam. By letting us know you’re interested in contacts, we can book extra time for a contact lens evaluation or schedule a separate appointment if needed.