Premier Optometry
Center in Sacramento

About 1.3 billion people live with some form of vision impairment. If you are one of them, then you may have already resorted to eyeglasses to correct your vision. But there’s another alternative to them—contact lenses—with which you can do away with glasses or expensive laser surgery.

Although the choice between eyeglasses and contact lenses depends on the wearer’s personal preference, there’s no denying the fact that contact lenses have their own set of advantages to offer.

There are countless contact lens and eye care centers, but not everyone can provide the quality you need like Eyes on J. Founded by Dr. Sarah Swanson. Eyes on J is the premier optometric center in Sacramento, California, providing effective vision-correction solutions to both nearsighted and farsighted people.

How can contact lenses benefit you?

You are likely to experience the following benefits if you switch from eyeglasses to contact lenses:

  • Contact lenses take the shape of your eye’s curvature, providing a wider field of view and reducing vision distortions as compared to eyeglasses.
  • Wearing contact lenses during exercising and playing provides a hassle-free sporting experience.
  • Contact lenses complement everything you wear.
  • Contact lenses don’t fog up like glasses, providing comfortable wear in all weather conditions.

Whenever you need contact lenses, Eyes on J is the eye care clinic you should approach. Dr. Swanson and her team of ophthalmologists are well-poised to offer a thorough eye checkup and vision-correcting contact lenses.

She has years of experience in the optometric field, which is clearly seen from the way she uses advanced equipment and technology to offer the solutions that people actually need. It’s because of her personalized approach to eye care that hundreds of people trust her and her team.

What do we offer?

At Eyes on J, Dr. Swanson examines your eyes, checks your vision, and recommends any of the following types of contact lenses:

  • Soft lenses: They are made of hydrogels, which are water-containing gel-like plastics. They are extremely thin and adaptable to the front surface of your eye.
  • Silicone hydrogel lenses: These are considered an advancement from soft lenses as they are more porous. These lenses allow more supply of oxygen to the cornea.
  • Hybrid contact lenses: The comfort from wearing these lenses rival that of the previous two types. These lenses also bring together the crystal-clear optics of gas permeable lenses.
  • Gas permeable lenses: These lenses are permeable to oxygen despite their rigidity and fit closer to the eye. They provide sharper vision and more comfort than conventional hard lenses.

The design of contact lenses will depend on the intended use. Thanks to our state-of-the-art technology, making different types of contact lenses with utmost precision has become possible. Our contact lenses are designed to suit the preferences of different wearers and give them the clear vision that they look for.

If you wish to switch to contact lenses, schedule an appointment with Dr. Swanson at Eyes on J today!