Lentes Excepcionales para Cada Ocasión

Encuentre los armazones y lentes perfectos para su momento especial – solo en WeCare

Centrado, libre y en pleno funcionamiento: eso es vivir lo mejor que podemos.

¿No deberían sus lentes ayudarle a hacer lo mismo?

Contamos con una amplia selección de lentes y lentes de sol accesibles para todos los días, boutiques de moda y accesibles para hombres, mujeres y niños.

Antes de llevar un nuevo armazón, nos aseguraremos de que esté totalmente satisfecho, sintiéndose saludable, cómodo y listo para hacer realidad su visión. Es lo que llamamos vivir con claridad.

What’s So Special About Custom Contact Lenses?

Just like traditional soft, rigid, hybrid, and gas-permeable lenses, custom contact lenses can offer vision support but with a higher degree of accuracy and comfort. These lenses differ most in the following key characteristics:

Who Benefits from Custom Contact Lenses?

The best part about custom contact lenses is that virtually anyone is eligible for these personalized lenses. These lenses are particularly helpful for people who live with or have experienced:

Astigmatism results from a deviation in the spherical curvature of the eye. Our optometrists can craft custom soft and hard silicone hydrogel-based toric lenses to correct high astigmatism.

Myopia (nearsightedness) and presbyopia (farsightedness) can make life challenging, especially when it comes to viewing objects from afar and up close. Our custom contact lenses can help retain 99% of the water in your eyes, accommodate large refractive errors, and deliver powerful results for your eyes, regardless of how far or near you can see.

Keratoconus (KC) is an eye condition in which your cornea becomes thinner and gradually pushes and swells outward into a cone shape from the eye. Our rigid gas permeable contact lenses are most commonly used to help with KC. Not interested in rigid gas-permeable contacts? Rest assured, our optometrists and patient navigator team can help you find the right lens for your comfort and vision needs.

Especially after LASIK surgery, many of our patients come to us for lenses that are more comfortable, breathable, and durable for their post-op needs. We carry a variety of rigid, soft, and Ortho-K-based lenses to make wearing contact lenses more comfortable for post-op and beyond.

Our 4-Pronged Approach to Custom Contact Lens Fittings

Every eye is different, so each eye requires a uniquely fitted lens. There are three main categories of scleral lenses based on the size and location of the lenses’ primary contact with the front surface of the eye.

Since everyone’s eyes are different shapes and sizes, we’ll measure the front surface of your eye (also known as the cornea). Your doctor will use a non-invasive computer-assisted tool to create the shape, dimensions, and topography of your optical contact lenses.

This fancy word refers to a small microscope with an adjustable light. This binocular microscope is used to focus on parts of the surface of the eye that may be damaged and thus need to be accounted for while designing your all-new optical contact lenses.

Once shape, size, texture, topography, and irregularities are accounted for, your optometrist will measure the diameter of your pupil and iris (using a diagnostic ruler and instrument) to determine the type of contact lenses that will fit you best.

The last and final test is the tear film evaluation test. Your optometrist will determine if your tear ducts are healthy and fit for contact lenses. If so, you’ll have your choice of more than 10 different styles of contact lenses to choose from for all your vision needs.

Custom Lenses Tailored Just For You

Our lens shapers have more than 20 years of crafting unique optical contact lenses for a variety of individuals and eye needs. We carry the following contact lenses.

Fashionable and Functional Made-to-Order Lenses

We pride ourselves on carrying a wide selection of lenses that are both fashionable and functional.

We select and deliver ready-made name-brand optical contact lenses, so you can look — and feel — your fashionable best for whatever function life throws your way.

How to Prepare For Your Custom Contact Lens Exam

Embark on a new adventure with dependable lenses. You can start your journey off on the right foot with these helpful tips for preparing for your contact lens exam.

Your optometrist will have more data to work with to make your contact lens fitting smooth and easy.

We’ll walk you through what your insurance plan covers, so you can avoid any unwanted surprises in the final cost breakdown.

You’ll be asked to fill out a medical form and questionnaire. If you’ve filled out our forms prior to arrival but need to amend any documentation, you can always update the team on changes to your medical history upon arrival to our offices.

Our optometrists love questions. They’ve had their fair share of clients over the last 20 years. Don’t hesitate to pick their brains on any matters concerning your vision.

Our three wonderful locations carry a variety of custom scleral lenses. Reach out to a member of our patient concierge team to learn more.

What to Bring With You To Your Appointment

At your contact lens exam, you’ll want to mention (if applicable) the following health history items to your WeCare team:

About Our Dedicated Eye Care Team

Our WeCare optometrists have nearly 40 years of experience working with adults and families. Our optometrists are trained in and have extensive background knowledge on ocular care. We treat each patient with compassion, kindness, and warmth.

Coupled with our friendly patient navigator team, our optometrists will carefully consider your comfort every step of the way. We encourage you to let our team know how you’re feeling throughout the exam process.

Whatever your vision care needs may be, our doctor and patient navigator team is dedicated to providing you with nothing less than the best optical care, because at the end of the day, our vision is to help you with yours.

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