Clear Vision Optometry -  - Optometrist

Clear Vision Optometry

Optometrist located in Austin, TX

Contact Lenses Specialist

If you don’t like the idea of wearing glasses, you’re not alone. More than 30 million Americans have made contact lenses their choice for vision correction. At Clear Vision Optometry in Austin, Texas, the staff strives to provide patients with the contact lenses that best meet their individual needs. They offer complete eye and vision evaluations, as well as contact lens fitting exams, to patients in the greater Austin metropolitan area. To schedule an appointment for a vision evaluation and contact lens exam at Clear Vision Optometry, call the office or book online today.

Contact Lenses Q & A

Clear Vision Optometry

How does Clear Vision Optometry prescribe contact lenses?

Prior to prescribing contact lenses, Dr. Trinh performs a comprehensive eye exam and vision evaluation to assess your eye health and determine what level of vision correction you require. She evaluates refractive error, commonly known as nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism, by measuring how your eyes focus when there's a series of different lenses in front of them.

After establishing your prescription, Dr. Trinh performs a contact lens exam to evaluate your vision with contacts. She also measures your eye surface to determine the size and type of contacts that work best for you. Because contact lenses sit directly on the eye’s surface, it’s essential that they fit properly to prevent ocular damage.

What types of contact lenses are available?

Once you have the correct fit and prescription for your contact lenses, you need to choose the type that’s right for you. The two main types of contact lenses are:

Soft contacts — These are the most commonly prescribed lenses because they’re very comfortable. Multifocal soft contacts are available for patients with astigmatisms.

Hard contacts — Also known as rigid or gas-permeable lenses, hard contacts can be used to correct severe nearsightedness or astigmatism. Hard contacts give you sharper vision than soft contacts, and they’re less likely to harbor bacteria.

In addition to choosing between soft and hard lenses, you need to choose whether you want disposable, daily, or extended-wear contacts. Extended-wear contacts need to be changed weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly, depending on the type.

What is good contact lens hygiene?

Contact lenses are a safe, effective, and convenient form of vision correction, but it’s important to remember that they’re also medical devices that require proper care. Wearing lenses that aren’t specifically made for your eyes, keeping your lenses in your eyes longer than recommended, and not washing your hands before changing your lenses can cause pain and irritation, bacterial infections, and even permanent vision loss. To keep your eyes healthy with contact lenses, always:

  • Wear only prescription contact lenses from a licensed optometrist
  • Wash your hands before handling your contact lenses
  • Avoid sleeping in lenses that are meant to be taken out at night
  • Keep your case clean by using fresh solution every time

Insurance Providers

Contact our office at 512-835-9226 to find out if your insurance provider is accepted in our office or for more information about your vision coverage.

Aetna
Cigna
Community Care
Davis Vision
Great West Life
Humana
Medicaid
Medicare
Multiplan
National Vision Administrators
Scott & White Health Plan
Spectera
Superior Vision
United Healthcare
Vision Service Plan
Testimonials

Words from our patients

  • Google+

    "Answers all question I have. Takes her time to make sure all my questions are answered clearly. Grade A service"

    Verified Patient
  • Demandforce

    "Love Dr. Trinh and the ladies at the front desk. Dr. Trinh is very thorough and takes her time and answers any questions."

    Denise H.
  • Demandforce

    "This was by far the best and most thorough eye exam that I've had anywhere. The doctor was knowledgeable and explained everything..."

    Khoa D.
  • Demandforce

    "This is my first visit to Clear Vision Optometry, after 12 years of going somewhere else, the check up was very thorough and I am very satisfied."

    Verified Patient
  • Demandforce

    "The front desk attendant was friendly and helpful while the doctor provided the in-depth information and care necessary for me to make future decisions..."

    Felix D.
  • Google+

    "I'm a new patient here. The staff was very polite and professional. Dr. Trinh is a very warm and welcoming person!"

    Robert E.
  • Google+

    "Staff member are very nice. I got my glasses in 5 days. Yes, I would recommend to everyone whom needs eyes care."

    Tho N.
Location
Clear Vision Optometry
9616 North Lamar Boulevard, Suite 159
Austin, TX 78753
Phone: 512-835-9226
Fax: 512-835-7413
Office Hours

Get in touch

512-835-9226