If you have had trouble wearing contact lenses or have been told you're not a good candidate for contacts, you simply may have eyes that are "hard to fit."
But don't worry — this doesn't mean you can't wear contact lenses. Dr. Craddock and Dr. Hansen have special expertise in contact lens fitting and will welcome the opportunity to fit your unusual eye.
Are Your Eyes Hard to Fit?
Any of the following conditions can make contact lens fitting and comfortable contact lens wear more challenging:
- Dry eyes
- Giant papillary conjunctivitis (GPC)
- Post-refractive surgery (such as LASIK)
- Post PK surgery (corneal transplant)
If you have (or suspect you have) any of these conditions and you want to wear contacts, visit our clinic as we specialize in contact lenses and welcome hard-to-fit patients. Contact lens specialists such as us are more aware of the latest contact lens technology and options than a general eye doctor. We use advanced equipment that can measure your cornea more precisely to achieve the best contact lens fit possible.