We do not just “fit” contact lenses in our office- we prescribe quality products and lenses and change your life. We educate you on contact lens care so your eyes remain healthy throughout your lifetime.
Unfortunately, we see people on a daily basis who treat their contact lenses as just another commodity. Often, they are ill prepared to tell us their solutions, contact lens brands, and special wearing schedule. Too often they did not get the specialized approach and education we offer. We insist that each patient receive a certain level of expertise in the care and hygiene of their lenses before leaving our office. This is something you simply will not get at warehouse or retail store optical departments.
We treat contact lenses as medical devices and therefore perform a professional fitting using the latest technology. Your contact lens wearing experience should be safe, fun and comfortable.
We prescribe quality products and fit contact lenses that change your life. Beautiful vision without glasses is truly magical! We can fit almost anyone at any age into comfortable contact lenses.
While contact lenses can be obtained at almost any eye doctor's office (and sadly next to the tire rack in some big box retailers), we have an additional advantage. As a clinical research site for several manufacturers, we have advanced knowledge not only of traditional lenses and solutions, but also of emerging technology in the contact lens industry. Our doctors use this knowledge, obtained from our experience and participation in clinical research, to fit you with a lens that is the most appropriate for your individual needs.
If contact lens and pharmaceutical manufacturers trust US to develop their products and do their research, YOU can trust us to care for your eyes. For further information on how we’re improving how we do things, and helping shape eye care for thousands of other doctors, please visit our Clinical Research Page.
In addition to prescribing lenses for your family for daily use, we prescribe specialty lenses such as bifocal lenses, lenses for keratoconus and diseased corneas, and other hard to fit cases. Dr. Sacco has lectured nationally on contact lens care and has been published in major journals about emerging trends in contact lens care.