Blink Optical at The Polyclinic is pleased to offer a wide variety of contact lenses, including the latest in contact lens technology. We take exceptional care to select lenses that provide the best health benefits and ensure a proper fit.
Our providers fit all types of soft contact lenses and gas-permeable contact lenses. If you wear gas-permeable lenses, are considered “difficult to fit,” or have a complex prescription, including challenging eye conditions, please ask to schedule an appointment with our fellowship-trained optometrist Noha Seif, OD, FAAO, FSLS. Dr. Seif specializes in specialty contacts and treating a wide range of eye conditions.
Custom Contacts Address Many Eye Conditions
Multi-Focal Contact Lenses
If you need reading glasses but want to continue to wear contact lenses, we offer multi-focal contacts in both soft and gas-permeable lenses. Our optometrists will work with you to determine which contact lenses best suit your lifestyle and needs.
High Astigmatism/High Prescription Strength
Have you been told you are unable to wear contact lenses due to your astigmatism, or because your prescription is too high? We can provide custom fit contact lenses so you can enjoy the benefits of contact lens with all types of prescriptions.
Dry eyes are the leading reason for contact lens discomfort. Our providers will determine the best type of contact lens for you and help manage your eye health. This may include eye drops, medication, a warm compress regimen, nutritional recommendations, and/or punctal plugs to retain moisture on the eyes. We highly recommend a consultation with an optometrist to treat and manage your condition if you have advanced dry eyes.
Due to the unique shape of the cornea in patients with keratoconus, specialty contact lenses are needed to provide the sharpest vision. In many cases, we can delay or eliminate the need for transplant surgery with a custom fit. We recommend coming in for a consultation before considering surgery. Depending on your insurance plan, these lenses may be considered medically necessary and be partially covered by insurance.
After some types of surgery, irregular astigmatism occurs that cannot be corrected with regular eyeglasses. In these cases, we fit advanced-design custom lenses to address the induced irregular astigmatism.
Iris Trauma/Iris Abnormalities
For patients wanting a cosmetic solution or tinted lenses to help decrease or eliminate glare, we have lens options available to address your needs.
Our optometrists will work with you to select the best contact lenses that suit your visual needs, eye health, and lifestyle. Contact us today at 206.323.EYES (3937) to schedule an eye exam and contact lens fitting.