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Contact lenses are a great and safe alternative to glasses. When choosing a type of contact, it is important to match the type of lens with the wearer's eye health as well as their lifestyle.

Advancements in contact lens design allow you to be free of glasses for almost all activities, including golfing, reading, computer use, and can even help correct irregular astigmatism such those with keratoconus. Learn more about our featured brands of contact lenses!

Custom Soft Lenses

For those patients with prescriptions are outside the standard prescription range of manufactures, we can custom order soft contact lenses that are individually handmade for your eyes. These specialty custom soft lenses have been helped many patients who have been told they were not a candidate for contact lenses such those with high astigmatism or keratoconus. Our contact lens specialists also incorporate toric contact lenses and rigid gas permeable lenses for milder cases of astigmatism.


Scleral Contact Lenses

A scleral lens is a larger lens that rests on the sclera or white of the eye, rather than the iris.

Scleral lenses are specialized contact lenses that make contact lens use possible for many people for the first time, also they have advantages for normal contact lens wearers as well.

These large contact lenses are designed to vault over the cornea by resting on the white part of the eye, the sclera.

Colored Contacts

These soft lenses have a special pigment that will either change your eye color or enhance the color you were born with. Newer Airoptix color lenses allow more comfort and better eye health.


Ortho-k Lenses

Orthokeratology, commonly called ortho-k, is a method used to correct myopia by wearing rigid gas permeable contact lenses overnight, so that no vision correction is needed during daytime hours.

The Ortho-K lens uses specially designed contact lenses to allow you to be seen without vision correction throughout the day. When the desired effect is achieved, the special lenses need only to be worn on a part-time basis, to maintain the corneal shape much like how a dental retainer is used after orthodontic braces.

Read more about Ortho-K

With over 25 years of experience, our doctors are highly trained and experienced in fitting all types of specialty contact lenses. Having published over 100 peer-reviewed articles, Dr. Lena Chu is a pioneer in contact lens research and our office routinely participates in national contact lens studies. We stock over several thousand trial lenses of every major brand allowing us to fit the best lens to match your needs.

To schedule a consultation to see which contact lenses are the best choice for you call us today in Fort Worth or Southlake.

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