Ortho-K Contact Lenses
Get Better Vision While You Sleep
What Is Ortho-K?
Ortho-K = Orthokeratology
Keep yourself and your loved ones healthy! At D&A Optometry, our friendly and experienced staff will make sure you always feel comfortable and well-informed.
Comprehensive eye exams determine your glasses prescription and evaluate your eye health. D&A Optometry thoroughly evaluates for any ocular disease and provides retinal imaging on all patients age 10 and older.
Schedule your eye exam today for the whole family and see how our team of qualified professionals can get you or your loved ones seeing great.
How Ortho-K Contacts Work
A Happier You, Without Glasses
If you’re looking for a comfortable and clear soft contact lens, then D&A Optometry is the Optometry Clinic for you. Our professional team is here to fit you with contact lenses with the most crisp vision and most comfort possible.
D&A Optometry fits daily and monthly disposable soft contact lenses. Depending on your prescription, we can fit contacts with or without astigmatism.
Have you been holding your phone further and further away? If so, we fit multi-focal contacts. Ask our team if a multi-focal contact lens is an option for you!
How To Get Ortho-K Lenses
Care When You Need it
If you are experiencing an ocular emergency, D&A Optometry is fully equipped to examine and treat most eye emergencies. Our doctors are able to treat eye infections, red and itchy eyes, and remove metal from the eye. If you are unsure if your ocular emergency is something to be concerned about, please contact D&A Optometry and ask our professional team.
Specialty Contact Lens Fittings
Custom Ordered Lenses
If you've been told in the past that you cannot wear contact lenses because of an irregular cornea or other problems, you may want to get a second opinion and ask D&A Optometry about scleral contact lenses.
Scleral contacts are large-diameter gas permeable contact lenses specially designed to vault over the entire corneal surface and rest on the "white" of the eye (sclera). In doing so, scleral lenses functionally replace the irregular cornea with a perfectly smooth optical surface to correct vision problems caused by keratoconus and other corneal irregularities.
Also, the space between the cornea and the back surface of a scleral lens acts as a fluid reservoir to provide comfort for people with severe dry eyes who otherwise could not tolerate contact lens wear.