Do you currently wear contact lenses and have not had an eye exam in some time, or are thinking about getting contacts for the first time? If the answer to either of these questions is yes, you will need to see an optometrist for a comprehensive contact lens exam. It is very important that contact lenses fit your eyes correctly, or your eyes can become irritated and vision problems can develop. If you need a contact lens exam, and are looking for great eye care in Rancho Cucamonga, you should visit us at our eye care practice, Alta Loma Optometric.
At our practice, patients and customers are able to have comprehensive eye exams, purchase contacts and eyeglasses, and get treatment for eye problems. Our fine optometrists on staff are: Dr. Michael Morton, our owner, Dr. Nancy Qwan, and Dr. Patricia Wai. If you need a comprehensive contact lens exam, come to our practice for eye care in Rancho Cucamonga. You will be impressed and clearly satisfied with the professional and expert level of care that our optometrists and entire staff offer. When you get a comprehensive contact lens exam there are many tests that are done. The exam is a bit lengthy so you will want to be prepared to spend about an hour or so in our office. But there is no reason for concern as all tests are painless and non-invasive.
When you come to us for eye care in Rancho Cucamonga in the form of a contact lens exam, your eyes will first be tested for any refractive problems so that a prescription can be written for nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism. You will have medicated drops put in your eyes to allow for a full examination of your eyes when they are dilated. You will be screened for many diseases including glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy and macular degeneration. The curvature of your eye will be measured; your iris will be measured as well. Finally a prescription will be written with perfectly accurate vision correction and fit criteria. We have a huge inventory of contact lenses in house, and help all patients with contact lens fittings. We also help patients with bifocal lenses, multifocal lenses and keratoconus lenses. If you are interested in being seen by one of our fine optometrists for a contact lens exam, please contact us at Alta Loma Optometric for an appointment.