Contact Lens Fittings
If you are interested in wearing contact lenses, an eye health and vision examination is the first step. The doctor will first determine the strength of lenses required for your best vision, as well as make sure your eyes are healthy enough to wear contact lenses. If you are a good candidate, additional measurements will then be taken to ensure the proper fit of your lenses. We have an extensive inventory of diagmostic lenses, and most patients wear their contacts home the same day!
Contacts are even available for patients who thought they could not wear lenses. Even if you have been told you cannot wear contacts in the past, new technology has made contacts a reality for many of our patients. Dr. Virden uses bifocal contacts, lenses for astigmatism, and specialty lens materials customized to your individual needs.
Every contact lens patients needs a back-up
pair of glasses as well as a good pair of sunglasses. We back
this philosophy with special savings just for our contact lens patients--
ask our staff to tell you more or click on our promotions page.
No Risk Contact Lens Trial
Stacie Layne Virden, OD, FAAO
Board Certified, American Board of Optometry
Fellow, American Academy of Optometry
Diagnosis and Treatment of Vision Disorders and Eye Disease * Optometric Glaucoma Specialist
The Ridge Office Park * 1000 West Highway 6, Suite 210 * Waco, Texas 76712