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Custom Contact Lens Solutions at McPeak Optometry

Finding the right contact lenses can change how you see the world and how the world sees you. At McPeak Optometry, we understand that each pair of eyes is unique, which is why we offer a wide range of contact lenses, including cutting-edge specialty contact lenses, to meet the diverse needs of our patients in Hiawatha & Falls City.

Whether you require correction for nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, or more complex eye conditions, we have the expertise and technology to provide lenses that offer clarity, comfort, and freedom.

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Expert Contact Lens Fittings

Finding the perfect contact lenses involves more than just correcting your vision; it's about enhancing your daily comfort and lifestyle needs. At McPeak Optometry, we specialize in expert contact lens fittings to ensure that each patient leaves with lenses that provide the best possible vision, comfort, and eye health. Our detailed fitting process caters to various needs, from standard prescriptions to specialized lenses for astigmatism or presbyopia.

During a contact lens fitting, our eye care professional will take the time to assess your eye's shape, evaluate your vision requirements, and discuss your lifestyle needs to recommend the most suitable type of lenses. Whether you're interested in daily disposables, extended-wear lenses, or specialty contacts such as sclerals for more complex vision corrections, we have the expertise and resources to tailor a solution just for you. We also guide proper lens care and handling, ensuring you feel confident and comfortable with your new contacts.

Our commitment is to improve your vision and enhance your quality of life through better eye comfort and convenience. Trust us for a personalized contact lens fitting experience that meets your unique needs and preferences.

Our Recommended Products:

DAILIES TOTAL1® Water Gradient


MyDay® toric


Disposable Contact Lenses

Disposable contact lenses are for short-term use, ranging from daily, weekly, to monthly disposals. This lens type is ideal for those who prioritize convenience and eye health, as the frequent replacement schedule minimizes the risk of infection and complications associated with long-term lens wear. Disposable lenses are also available in various modalities, including toric lenses for astigmatism and colored options for cosmetic preferences.

Benefits include:

  • Enhanced Comfort: New lenses are smooth and free from deposit buildup, ensuring comfort throughout the day.
  • Improved Eye Health: Regular replacement reduces the risk of eye infections and complications.
  • Convenience: No need for extensive cleaning routines; perfect for active or busy lifestyles.
  • Versatility: Available in various prescriptions, including those for astigmatism and presbyopia.

Bifocal and Multifocal Contact Lenses

For individuals experiencing presbyopia, the age-related difficulty in focusing on close objects, bifocal and multifocal contact lenses offer a seamless solution. These lenses are designed with different lens powers to correct vision at multiple distances, allowing for a smooth transition between viewing objects near, far, and in-between without the need for separate reading glasses.

Benefits include:

  • Seamless Vision: Smooth transition between different viewing distances without needing multiple pairs of glasses.
  • Customizable: Tailored to meet individual vision needs, including specific designs for those with astigmatism.
  • Modern Technology: Advanced lens designs provide clear vision and comfort, even in challenging lighting conditions.
  • Lifestyle Compatibility: Ideal for those who lead active lifestyles and don't want the inconvenience of switching between glasses.

Specialty Contact Lenses:
Expanding Your Options

  • Scleral Lenses: These large-diameter lenses vault over the entire corneal surface, providing exceptional comfort, especially for those with irregular corneas or severe dry eyes. By resting on the less sensitive area of the sclera (white part of the eye), scleral lenses offer stable vision correction and reduced lens awareness, making them ideal for sensitive eyes or challenging eye shapes.
  • Toric Lenses: Toric lenses, designed for individuals with astigmatism, have different powers in various lens meridians to correct the uneven curvature of the cornea or lens in the eye. These lenses provide precise vision correction, ensuring clarity at all distances.
  • Rigid Gas Permeable (RGP) Lenses: RGP lenses offer sharp, clear vision and can correct most vision problems. They are especially beneficial for people with astigmatism and those who need multifocal lenses. Their durable material and resistance to deposit buildup make them a healthy choice for long-term eye health.
  • Hybrid Lenses: Combining the clarity of RGP lenses with the comfort of soft lenses, hybrid lenses feature a rigid center surrounded by a soft, flexible outer ring. This design offers the best of both worlds – crisp vision with all-day comfort, suitable for various vision needs, including those with keratoconus.