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Glasses and Contact Lenses

Glasses and Contact Lenses in Memphis, TN

Our office is designed to meet both your eye health needs as well as your eyeglasses requirements.eye care memphis

Our contact lens technicians can take the confusion out of which lenses are right for your lifestyle. Multi-focal, toric, dailies, monthly lenses, colors and RGP's….let us help you discover your personal favorites.

We welcome new clients and all our current patients to explore contact lenses as an option. We also recommend that every single contact lens patient has at least one pair of glasses. You'll need them to see when you are not wearing your contact lenses. Plus, you never know when a contact lens may rip or tear or when an eye infection or allergies will pop up. Its a good idea to have glasses on stand-by and to give your eyes a rest occasionally.


Did you know that contact lenses come in several different varieties as well as brands? We offer a large number of these contact lenses in office. Click below to find out more about these products…


  • Visit our interactive on-line tool and we'll guide you through a series of questions about you, your lifestyle and your specific eyewear needs to help you choose the glasses that are right for you!

  • Here you'll find a listing of some of the daily disposables that we offer. Daily replacement soft contact lenses provide one of the healthiest and most convenient ways to wear chemicals, no solutions, no worries...just a fresh, new lens everyday! These are a great option for patients who suffer from allergies, are very active, who travel frequently, or who are occasional wearers. Ask one of our optometrists for more information about these lenses.
  • Here you will find a listing of some of the contact lenses available to our near-sighted (myopic) or far-sighted (hyperopic) patients. These lenses can also be used for patients who are wearing their contact lenses as monovision - or one lens for distance and one for near - after they have begun wearing bifocals in their glasses.
  • Here are a few of the options available to patients who have astigmatism; these lenses are often referred to as "toric" lenses.
  • Do you wear bifocals? Do you want to wear contact lenses and be free from your glasses most of the time? Have you been wearing soft contact lenses and are starting to have trouble reading? Think about these bifocal or multifocal contact lens options...
  • Are you interested in changing the color of your eyes while you correct the vision? Check out some of these options available...
  • We are also happy to provide assistance with patients who wear hard or rigid gas permeable (RGP) contact lenses. We order these lenses so that they are custom made for your prescription and the shape of your eyes!