A Great Addition To Glasses
Glasses are great! But sometimes, a frame-free look is what you’re after. Contact lenses are a great addition to your eyewear rotation. They can provide you with further fashion options and are an effective way to correct your vision.
Contact lenses, like glasses, are a medical device. Because contact lenses sit directly on the eye, they require a proper fitting and you’ll need some help to determine which type of lens is right for you.
Wearing contact lenses without the guidance of an eye care professional can lead to injury and infection. If you’re looking to try contact lenses, book an appointment for a fitting today.
We’ll Help Find Your Fit
If you’ve been told in the past that you can’t wear contact lenses or you’ve had trouble finding a comfortable fit, we can help. Dr. McCulley has extensive training and experience in fitting contact lenses.
There are many types of contact lenses. We will assist with finding the right type of lens for your unique eye shape as well as your lifestyle.
A contact lens fitting is just like a regular eye exam but with a few extra steps. We’ll take some measurements to make sure we find the perfect fit. Pupil and iris size might be measured, as well as your corneal curvature.
We’ll also evaluate your tear film. It’s important to make sure your eyes produce enough tears to keep them hydrated while contacts are worn. If you suffer from dry eye disease, it might make contact lens wear uncomfortable.
An Extension To Your Eye Care Routine
Contact lenses provide many benefits. They don’t fog up, will not get splattered by rain, and provide convenience when working out or playing sports.
But, It is important to note that contact lenses will not replace your glasses. You will need to have glasses with a current prescription to use when you are not wearing lenses. If you get an eye infection or are diagnosed with an eye disease, it may limit your ability to wear contact lenses, at least for a short time.
Contact lenses also don’t negate the need for sunglasses. McCulley Optix Gallery offers an array of non-prescription sunglasses you can wear with your contact lenses to shield your eyes from UV rays.
Prescriptions for glasses and contact lenses are not the same. If you want to order contact lenses, you will need an up-to-date contact lens prescription.Visit McCulley Optix Gallery to get fitted for contacts today.
Try Contact Lenses Today
All of our contact lens fittings come with training on how to insert and remove your new lenses, as well as how to care for them. After a trial period, our experienced staff will follow-up to assess how your contact lenses are working for you.
Book your contact lens fitting today.
Acuvue Oasys 1 Day
Tired or heavy eyes and challenging environments are the number 1 complaints users have with contact lenses. Acuvue’s innovative HydraLuxe™ with tear like properties keep your eyes moisturized all day, leaving you feeling comfortable and able to focus. Performance and excellent vision give patients the peace of mind they need in a disposable lens.
Wearing lenses for month long stretches can be discomforting. Constantly using drops to rehydrate or even removing them is not an enjoyable experience. Acuvue’s HydraMax™ Technology helps maintain hydration levels from the start of the month until the end. Patients agree, Vita lenses provide superior comfort from week 1 to week 4.
As we grow older, we lose the ability to focus on up-close objects, especially at night. This condition is known as presbyopia and begins around age 40. Balanced Progressive™ technology allows users of Cooper’s multifocal lenses to focus with ease and provides long-lasting, 30-day comfort.
Where to Find Us in West Fargo
You can find us just west of Veterans Boulevard on 32nd Ave E. Heading west, take the second left from Veteran’s Boulevard. We are on the south side of the street.
Our Address567 32nd Ave E
West Fargo, ND 58078, USA
- Phone: 701.373.2020
- Fax: 701.373.0021
- Email: [email protected]
Hours Of Operation
Visit our West Fargo eye doctors to update your prescription and preserve your eye health.
Eye exams can help your child achieve the vision they deserve.
Expand your eyewear options by using contact lenses.
Protect and preserve your eye health when facing an optical emergency.