If you are thinking about getting contact lenses for the first time, or simply need a new contact lens prescription, you will want to come and visit us at our vision practice for a contact lens exam and fitting. At our vision practice, Young Eyes, you will be able to receive a comprehensive eye exam, or a contact lens exam and fitting from our top-notch eye doctor, Dr. Young. If you need to see a contact lens specialist in Youngsville, you will definitely want to be seen by our ophthalmologist who is known for providing patients with thorough and compassionate care.
Dr. Young is an expert and highly trained ophthalmologist who has been in private practice since 1980. When you need to get a comprehensive eye exam or contact lens exam and fitting, you can feel confident that when you are seen at our vision practice that you are being seen by one of the very finest ophthalmologists around. During a contact lens exam and fitting your eyes will be examined for many different eye diseases and disorders as well as for their visual acuity. During an eye exam yo
ur eyes will be screened for: cataracts; glaucoma; dry eyes; macular degeneration; diabetic retinopathy; retinal tears; and other problems of the cornea, macula, and retina. If any type of eye problem is discovered, our ophthalmologist will be able to provide you with the eye care that you need. If you need a specialized type of contact lens, you can be assured that our contact lens specialist in Youngsville will be able to expertly fit your contact lenses so that they are not only comfortable but also provide you with the best vision correction possible.
Our contact lens specialist in Youngsville will also be able to let you know which type of contact lenses will work best for you. Today almost everyone can wear contact lenses, and patients younger and younger are beginning to wear contact lenses as well. If you have dry eye or astigmatism, you can now comfortably wear contact lenses and have excellent vision correction. There are many different types of contact lenses on the market, and our ophthalmologist will be able to let you know which type and brand of contact lens will work best for you. If you are interested in ortho-K vision correction, our ophthalmologist will also be able to help you get the contact lenses you need to perform this treatment for improving your vision at night so that you do not need to wear prescription lenses during the day.