DISEASE & MANAGEMENT
Accommodative (Focusing) Dysfunctions
Contact Lens & Eyeware
Convergence Excess (BV Disorder)
Convergence Insufficiency (BV Disorder)
Eyelid Bump / Swelling
Eye Pain or Eyelid Pain
Flashes or Floaters in Vision
Glasses & Eyeware
Ischemic Optic Neuropathy
Loss of Vision
Retinal Tear & Detachment
Strabismus & Amblyopia
Traumatic Brain Injury
CONTACT LENS & EYEWARE
If you have healthy eyes and wear glasses, you can probably wear contact lenses. There are many types of contact lenses and after a comprehensive eye examination, your optometrist will recommend the best contact lenses for you.
The IEI dispenses a wide range of contact lenses depending on the patient’s diagnosis and needs, including astigmatic lenses, disposables, toric lenses, soft lenses (daily, weekly, biweekly, monthly, bimonthly and quarterly), bifocal lenses and pediatric lenses.
WHERE TO PURCHASE CONTACT LENSES ONLINE
(click "Patients" > "First Time Patient Registration" > Starter Code 004-857- J )
TYPES OF CONTACT LENSES
REFRACTIVE SURGERY & LASER CORRECTION CONSULTATIONS
For patients over age 18 who want freedom from glasses and/or contact lenses, we can assess whether you are a candidate for refractive surgery or laser vision correction.
The most commonly performed procedure is called LASIK surgery, but it is not for everyone. There may be other options for which your eyes are more well-suited, such as PRK, implantable contact lenses, or clear lens extraction. Our doctors can assess your unique situation and recommend the best treatment option for you.
HEALTHY HABITS (PDFs)
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SERVICE AREAS PROVIDING TREATMENT
Cornea Center for Clinical Excellence