Comfort. Fit. Better Vision.
The best in contact lenses at Beach Eye Care.
Advanced technology allows Beach Eye Care to help you choose the contact lens that will safely give you great vision with the greatest amount of comfort. Whether you’re nearsighted, farsighted, have astigmatism or are presbyopic, Beach Eye Care has several different options that may be right for you.
New materials and advancements in contact lens technology provide greater comfort, safety, and ease in wearing. Beach Eye Care maintains an inventory of over 10,000 lenses and we can often dispense your lenses the day of your evaluation. For your convenience, a yearly supply of contact lenses and solutions can be dispensed from our large inventory.
- silicone hydrogel soft
- rigid gas permeable (RGP or hard)
- daily wear
- soft torics for astigmatism
Research By Brand
CIBA VISION® believes that through innovation, strategic acquisitions and an ability to quickly meet marketing developments and emerging technologies, they are able to address the eye care needs of the patients around the world. Their products not only improve patients’ vision, they also enhance self-esteem, appearance and well-being. They are committed to making a difference in people’s lives by improving, protecting and preserving eyesight.
Try the only daily disposable contact lens that moisturizes with every blink—for comfort right up to the end of the day. Only DAILIES® AquaComfort Plus® contact lenses, with Triple Action Moisture, gradually release blink-activated moisturizing agents from inside the lens with each blink for refreshing all-day comfort.
Try the healthy, natural feeling of the AIR OPTIX® family of breathable* contact lenses.
CooperVision has been making advanced contact lenses that offer outstanding comfort, health, and vision quality for five decades.
Trusted by thousands of leading eye care professionals across the globe, CooperVision is the world’s second largest contact lens manufacturer, and the number one maker of toric contact lenses for the correction of astigmatism.
Bifocal Contact Lenses – Up close and faraway a great option for aging eyes.
- Viable choice for those with presbyopia or near vision difficulties.
- Usually gas permeable lenses with the distinct line that separates the near and distance portions of the contact lens.
- Proper fit is important and wearers need to consider that added power for near vision may add to increased distortion in distance viewing.
- For people just experiencing presbyopia (early 40s) bifocal lenses may delay the need for reading glasses for several years.
Gas Permeable (GP) Contact Lenses – long-lasting answer to better overall sight
- Also allow transmission of oxygen through the lens allowing for comfort and improved corneal health.
- Provide better vision, are more durable and resist deposits more than soft contact lenses.
- Easy to clean, more durable and long-lasting result in more cost-effective option for some.
- Because they are made of a firmer material, they do take a period of time for the eye to adjust to their feel.
- With proper care, they can last for years.
- Stiffness of the lens results in GP lenses holding their shape during blinking and overall sharper vision than soft contacts.
- May produce the best combination of near and distance vision for bifocal contact lens wearers.
- Studies indicate nearsighted children fitted with GP lenses may experience a slower progression of their condition.
Synergeyes ® Contact Lenses – soft lens comfort with rigid lens visual accuracy
- Combines a rigid GP center with a soft outer ring, providing crisp, clear vision and all-day comfort.
- “Breathable” GP center promotes corneal health and delivers high-definition vision day and night.
- Eliminates soft lens problem of rotation and keeps vision consistent blink after blink.
- Also eliminates rigid lens issues of irritation from debris and dislodgement during vigorous activity.
- An ideal solution for astigmatism as well as a range of other vision correction needs resulting in “best of both worlds” comfort and clear vision.
Are contacts right for me? Beach Eye Care answers your questions.
There are a number of factors affecting your ability to wear contact lenses safely with minimal risk of infection or allergies.
Your eyes’ general health will be evaluated for:
- tear production
- eye shape
- blinking, eyelids
- specific prescription
Your general health and other factors will be assessed:
- current medications
- motivation to wear contacts
- work environment
- past history with contacts
- ability to properly care for your contacts
This complete evaluation enables us to select the appropriate contact lenses for you. Our doctors recommend an annual evaluation of your eye health to monitor for allergies, infections, dry eyes and other medical eye problems.
Contact lens fittings can be performed on the day of your initial complete eye exam by informing the receptionist of your desire when scheduling your appointment.
Corneal topography (also called “corneal mapping”) evaluates 8,000 to 10,000 specific points across the entire corneal surface. It measures corneal curvature by shining a light onto the surface of the eye, then evaluates the reflected light to yield a measurement of the cornea’s actual refractive power. Corneal topography is particularly useful in measuring astigmatism and managing complex contact lens fitting.
The data yielded by corneal topography assists the doctor in fitting gas permeable lenses and aids in evaluating the topographical impact of corneal changes in patients who wear soft contact lenses. Some corneal topography equipment can assist in selecting the optimal contact lens size and design.
In addition, corneal mapping is an important tool for the diagnosis and management of conditions and diseases of the cornea, such as keratoconus or corneal scarring, and to evaluate unexplained vision loss.
The rotating Pentacam is a comprehensive eye-scanning technology that provides a three-dimensional image of the front segment of the eye. The center of the cornea is measured very precisely because of this rotational imaging process. It takes less than two seconds for the Pentacam to simultaneously capture and correct minute eye movements. By measuring 25,000 true elevation points, precise representation, repeatability and analysis are guaranteed. It allows the earliest detection of Keratoconus by imaging the back curve (posterior elevation) of the cornea.
The revolutionary Orbscan system provides 9,000 checkpoints of data about the eye in less than two seconds, and meticulously maps both the front and back of the cornea.