Contact Lens Exams, Fittings, & Brands in Loveland

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Making the Right Lens Choices

Comprehensive eye exams measure ocular health and deliver eyeglasses prescriptions. But we get more specialized to fit you with the perfect pair of contact lenses. There are more variables when correcting vision with contact lenses, since they sit directly on your eye. A contact lens prescription is often different from your eyeglasses Rx.

We look for irregularities in the shape of your cornea and decide what type of lens will be most comfortable for you. Some patients will need specialty lenses and this requires advanced testing techniques. 2020 EyeCare is The Scleral Lens Institute of Cincinnati, providing unmatched expertise and selection in specialty contact lenses.

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Step by Step Contact Lens Success

The wrong contact product or fit can cause damage to your vision. That’s why we take our time to know exactly what type of lenses make sense for you. The 2020 EyeCare contact lens process begins with an eye exam and ends when you are 100% happy.

The first step to determining what lenses will work best for you is a comprehensive contact lens eye exam. There are more variables when correcting vision with contact lenses, since they sit directly on your eye. And a contact lens prescription is often different from your eyeglass prescription.

Our optometrists get an in-depth look at your eyes with a detailed study of your cornea. This process includes an eye surface profiler that measures the topography of your eye.

By diagnosing your refractive errors, we can make educated decisions about the lens that will serve you best.

Once we understand what correction you need, we search for products that match your prescription. Professional contact lens exams give you the advantage of in-person expertise on how the lens reacts with your eyeball. We are talking about comfort here! Ordering contact lenses online without a proper fitting can leave you out of pocket for a product that feels terrible.

2020 EyeCare provides complimentary trial lenses for virtually all of our patients following a contact lens fitting. We keep a selection of common prescriptions and brands on hand at our practice. More specialized lenses can be ordered immediately. 

We want you to try these contacts in real life for a few days to see how your eyes feel after using a computer, going in and out of bright areas, and living your regular life. 

We’ll test your vision once again while you wear the trial lenses. If the trial product doesn’t feel awesome, it’s no big deal. We can discuss some other products and get you another trial pair. 

Once we know you’re in love with your contact lenses and they keep your eyes comfortable, we’ll order you a supply! 2020 EyeCare partners with most of America’s leading brands to offer a wide selection and affordable pricing.

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What Contact Lens Can Help You the Most?

When it comes to specific eye conditions and the best way to correct your vision, not all contact lenses are created equally. We carry a variety of contact lens manufacturers and material types. Our eye doctors will discuss the benefits of each product and determine what is best for your eyes.

Soft lenses are very typical for patients without complications and with mild prescriptions. Soft contacts come in a variety of disposal formats, including daily, weekly, and monthly.

Known as rigid gas permeable (RGP) lenses, these hard lenses are more durable and an option for correcting astigmatism.

These soft toric lenses help correct eyesight for patients with astigmatism and imperfections. The weighted lenses account for an irregular curvature of the cornea with a shape that stays oriented at a specific position.

These are daily-wear contact lenses that slow the progression of myopia. MiSight lenses were developed to correct your child’s distance vision and control their myopia.

These types of contacts have different powered prescriptions in each part of the lens. Designed for people with presbyopia, they allow you to read up close while seeing things far away with clarity.

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EyePrint PRO contact lenses are personalized soft contact lenses. They use a custom-molded scleral design that can help provide a comfortable fit on the white part of your eye (sclera), bypassing the sensitivity of your cornea entirely. 

EyePrint PRO lenses are crafted with quality optics, helping to deliver crisp and clear vision that can make them ideal for those with challenging conditions like keratoconus (irregular cornea) or astigmatism.

Talk to our team to learn more about EyePrint PRO contact lenses and find out if they’re a good option for you.

The Scleral Lens Institute of Cincinnati

Both our optometrists, Dr. Williams & Dr. Gibberman, are very passionate about getting Cincinnatians connected with specialty contact lens solutions. Glasses-free life shouldn’t exclude people with eye conditions or contact lens sensitivities.

2020 EyeCare continues to seek out the best scleral lens partners worldwide. If you have experienced severe discomfort using conventional lenses, or have been diagnosed with keratoconus, it’s time to visit our practice for scleral lens support.

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Our Location

Find our office in the shopping plaza on the corner of Fields Ertel Road and Montgomery Road. We’re in-between Balance Cafe & Smoothies and EurAsia Kebab & Gyro House, and there is ample free parking available in the plaza.

Our Address

9553 Fields Ertel Rd
Loveland, OH 45140

Contact Information

Hours of Operation

Monday
9 AM5 PM
Tuesday
9 AM5 PM
Wednesday
10 AM6 PM
Thursday
9 AM1 PM
Friday
9 AM5 PM
Saturday
Call for Availability*
Sunday
Closed

*We’re now open 1 Saturday a month! Please call ahead for availability.

Our Services

Comprehensive eye exams are the first step towards maintaining good ocular health and vision for as long as you can, and we can make that happen.

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If you’re tired of dealing with glasses or contacts, LASIK may be a good option to consider, and we’ll be there with you every step of the way.

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