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A contact lens is considered a medical device.  Because they make contact with the eye, all lenses require proper fit and regular evaluation by an eye doctor in order to protect the health of the front surface of the eye.

The American Optometric Association provides 

a helpful guide on contact lens care and use.

Did you know that

45 million people in the U.S.

wear contact lenses?

More and more people are choosing contacts as a convenient and affordable alternative to glasses and refractive surgery.  With the advanced technology available today, there are many options available for previous, current or new contact lens wearers..

Our eye doctors are experts at working with you to determine the best design of contact lenses specifically suited for your eyes, prescription, and lifestyle.

To meet the diverse needs of our West Cobb patient community, 

we fit a wide variety of contact lenses, including:​

  • daily disposable or frequent replacement lenses

  • multifocal/presbyopic lenses for seeing both far and near

  • light filtering lenses

  • toric lenses for astigmatism

  • cosmetic lenses that can change the appearance of eye color

  • specialty lenses for specific eye disorders

  • scleral lenses for keratoconus or dry eye disorders

Please have your insurance information on hand when you call.  770-590-8951

We Fit a Variety of Contact Lenses

Here are a few of the most popular brands in our office: