Contact Lenses

Eye-Deal Vision

Optometrists located in Hausman/1604, San Antonio, TX & Sea World/151, San Antonio, TX

Eye-Deal Vision, located in San Antonio, Texas, offers a variety of contact lenses with experts to help you choose your best fit.

Contact Lenses Q & A

What's the difference between a contact lens and glasses prescription?

Prescriptions for contact lenses includes the same eyeglass-power prescriptions in a lens form that can correct refractive errors such as myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism, or any combination. Depending on the degree of your refractive error, and the type of contacts prescribed, your prescription for the contact lenses can be much different than those of your glasses prescription. Contact lens prescriptions also contain additional specifications that are not included on a glasses prescription, such as base curve, diameter, lens brand, and material.

How long does it take to get used to them?

Most people will get used to the soft contact lenses, generally made of hydrogel or silicone hydrogel, right away of in a few short days. Rigid gas permeable lenses might take a few weeks longer for your eyes to fully adjust to them. To make the adjustment easier, you can start by wearing your new contact lenses for only a few hours each day. Then, as you feel more comfortable, you can start increasing the amount of time you leave them in.

What type of contacts are available?

Freedom from glasses has become easier, more comfortable and more affordable with the advent of new contact lenses, cleaning solutions, and fitting techniques. Our offices have the latest in contact lens technology: silicone hydrogel, rigid gas permeable, lenses for astigmatism, bifocal lenses, and colored lenses. We also fit specialty lenses for our dry eye, post LASIK, and keratoconic patients.

If you have seasonal allergies then you know the difficulties of living in San Antonio and wearing contact lenses. New lens materials and ophthalmic medications have made it possible for comfortable, safe contact lens wear even during peak pollen and mold seasons.

Drs. Rogalinski and Nguyen have vast experience and maintain the latest in continuing education to insure that your contact lenses provide clear vision and are healthy for your eyes.

Major Insurance Providers Accepted

At Eye-Deal Vision, we accept most major insurance plans. Here is a short-list of just some of the most popular plans we accept. Please contact our office if you do not see your insurance provider listed.

Blue Cross Blue Shield
Humana Vision
Medical Eye Services (MES Vision)
Medicare B
Principal Financial Group
United Healthcare
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