Maximum Comfort Contact Lens

When it comes to vision correction with contact lenses, we realize every patient at Professional Eye Care is unique; therefore, your contact lens material and prescription will be customized to deliver the best results possible for you.

Advances in contact lens design and material have made them a clear, comfortable option for most people requiring vision correction. Dr. Pittman has extensive experience in the selection and fitting of the best contact lens to meet the patient’s individual vision demands. Our state of the art, computerized examination equipment provides exact measurements allowing precision contact lens fits to ensure maximum comfort and the sharpest vision.

woman putting in contacts
woman putting in contacts


Soft Contact Lens

Today’s contact lenses, generally soft and disposable, have various schedules for wear and replacement.

Let’s say you have the usual 9-to-5 schedule: Your daily contacts would be worn during the day and tossed at night, making way for a new pair in the morning. Others are replaced every two weeks, or every month.

Your personal preferences and routines help determine which schedule works best for you. Each schedule has its own strengths.

Rigid Gas Permeable Contacts

Our corneal topographer performs a computerized mapping of the cornea to provide a custom contact lens fit that allows for increased performance and comfort.

Keratoconus is a progressive disease of the cornea that causes the cornea to become thin and weak. As keratoconus progresses, the quality of vision deteriorates. In the past, the only option for some patients was invasive eye surgery such as a corneal transplant. Our equipment allows a computerized mapping and detailed analysis of the cornea to provide a custom contact lens fit to control degeneration and restore visual acuity.


Multifocal contact lenses are contact lenses with multiple prescriptions all in one lens. There is typically a prescription for very close objects: one prescription for normal objects viewed at a distance, and then prescriptions for intermediate distances. This setup helps people with presbyopia correct age-related vision problems where the eye can no longer focus on objects up close.