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Doctor's Appointment

Dr. Becker specializes in soft contact lenses. An emphasis is placed on high oxygen content and breathable contacts, which are better for your ocular health and lessen your risk of developing painful eye infections.

Contact Lenses

Daily Disposables - Multifocal and Bifocal - Many More!

*Pre-existing customers only*

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2. Enter Your Rx
3. Checkout!

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Caring for Your Contacts

1. Wash Your Hands

Before handling your soft contact lenses, you'll want to wash your hands and make sure to dry with a lint free towel. Be aware of your fingernail length so you don't scratch your lens or your eye. 

2. Inspect the Lens

Check for any tears or rips and ensure that it isn't inverted. You can tell if your lens is inverted if upon inspection on your fingertip the edges appear to flare out slightly. 

3. Inserting the Lens

Carefully pull down on your bottom lid while firmly holding your lash up to prevent blinking. You'll want to focus your sight on a steady point using the opposite eye and simply place the lens on the center of your cornea. 

4. Use Eye Drops

If your lens feels dry, one or two drops of lens eye drops is recommended. They can help add moisture and lubrication. 

5. Removing the Lens

Again, you will want to wash your hands before handling your lenses. Simply slide the lens down onto the white of your eye, gently pinch the lens and pull away from the eye. 

6. Cleaning your Lens

Your lenses must be cleaned after wearing. Place the lens in the palm of your hand and put three or four drops of multi-purpose solution on the lens. Gently rub in a back and forth motion for about ten seconds on each side. Then, place in lens case over night. 

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