When was the last time you had your eyes checked? Maybe your family physician asked you this recently, and that is because your eyes are important! Without your eyes you would enjoy very little. We have the resources and the eye doctors to help you get your vision problems resolved quickly and efficiently. At Master Eye Associates we care about your eyes and about you, and we have a vision for your eye health! Don’t put your eyes last because they mean everything to your health and wellness, and you need them in order to drive! Schedule Your Eye Contacts Exam With the Eye Doctors You Trust
Did you know that right now when you visit our website you can take advantage of our certificate to save $20 on your contact lens exam? Our eye doctors are highly trained to diagnose and treat eye diseases and they provide refractive services to help you get what you need to care for your eyes. Our highly skilled optometrists have experience with every contact lens modality in the world. They are able to prescribe bifocal contacts and contacts for astigmatism as well. Our doctors do it every day at Master Eye Associates, so we know what you need to give you clear comfortable vision with your contacts.
Some assume that only people who are very concerned with their appearance need an exam for contacts, this is absolutely not true. While contacts do make you look better, and often younger, they allow you to see better too! Glasses are absolutely wonderful to have, however contacts provide a vision correction that is significantly more natural. Many people tried wearing lenses many years ago and were discouraged by the discomfort, but things have changed. In recent years, several companies have started offering silicone-based soft lenses, which allow for a greater amount of oxygen transmission. Some can even be worn continuously for 30 days - they are that comfortable!
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