Got a Tricky Prescription? Get the Right Contact Lens for Your Needs.


If you want to be fit in a pair of contacts, let the staff at Springfield Family Vision know. Too many patients are turned away from being fit into lenses, but Dr. Katie loves fitting all types of contact lenses for all situations


  • Daily Contact Lenses. Even the best contact lens solution may not get 100% of the residue that accumulates on your lenses. You’ll enjoy the safety and convenience of a fresh pair each day!
  • Monthly (Extended Wear Contact Lenses). Made of a breathable material to allow more oxygen to reach the cornea, extended wear contacts can be safely worn for longer periods of time than traditional contacts.
  • Toric Contacts for Astigmatism. Have you been turned down for contacts because you have astigmatism? Toric contact lenses for astigmatism are made with special design features to comfortably address your vision needs.
  • Multifocal Contact Lenses. Great for individuals with age-related presbyopia, these contacts combine different lens powers to help with close-up and distance vision.
  • Colored Contacts. Want to switch things up? Ask Dr. Katie about prescription colored contact lenses in different shades!


Specialty Designs


  • Younger Kids. Children can often wear safe, comfortable contact lenses that help growing eyes perform tasks like homework and other activities.
  • Myopia Control. Contact lenses can improve distant vision for nearsighted patients. Ask about lenses that may help slow the progression of myopia.
  • Keratoconus. Finding the right contacts can be challenging for people with this corneal disorder. Ask about your options including a variety of customized models, including soft contacts and gas permeable contact lenses.


Technology has come a long way from five or ten years ago, so ask today if there is a contact lens option for your eyes. Schedule your eye exam with Dr. Katie today!

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