Astigmatism Contact Lenses

Astigmatism Solutions at Locerne Optical

Locerne Optical in Wixom, MI, proudly serves patients in Wixom, Wald Lake, Commerce, West Bloomfield, and Novi. Our goal is to provide exceptional eye care services to all of our patients, and we specialize in a wide range of eye conditions, including astigmatism. In addition, we offer many products and services, including prescription eyeglasses, contacts, and designer frames.

Astigmatism commonly affects how light enters the eye, causing blurred or distorted vision. If you have astigmatism, you may experience symptoms such as headaches, eye strain, and difficulty seeing at night. Fortunately, several treatments, including astigmatism contacts, are available to correct this condition. 


Eye Exam to Detect Astigmatism

If you suspect you have astigmatism, the first step is to schedule an eye exam with one of our experienced optometrists. During the exam, we will perform a series of tests to evaluate the health of your eyes and determine the extent of your astigmatism. We will also discuss your symptoms and medical history to develop a personalized treatment plan that meets your needs.

Astigmatism Contact Lenses

One of the most effective treatments for astigmatism is contact lenses. Unlike glasses, which may not provide optimal correction for astigmatism, contact lenses are designed to conform to the shape of your eye, providing clear, crisp vision. Several types of contact lenses are available for astigmatism, including toric and hybrid lenses.

Toric lenses are designed to correct the irregular eye shape that causes astigmatism. They are available in various materials, including soft and rigid gas-permeable lenses. On the other hand, hybrid lenses combine soft and rigid lenses, providing the comfort of soft lenses with the clarity of rigid lenses.

Schedule an Appointment with Us

At Locerne Optical in Wixom, MI, we are committed to providing exceptional eye care services to all our patients, including those with astigmatism. If you are experiencing symptoms of astigmatism, don't hesitate to contact us to schedule an eye exam. Our experienced optometrist will work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan that meets your unique needs. Our eye doctor can also work with you to diagnose other conditions and find the right contacts and eyeglasses for your needs. Call us at (248) 773-7330 to schedule an appointment and take the first step toward a more precise vision.

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