Contact Lenses

Contact Lenses for Highlands Ranch & Littleton

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Eye to Eye Care is the place for quality service, great products and exceptional care.

Contact Lens Exam

During your eye exam, we discuss your contact lens options and perform a trial fitting. We may need to map the surface of your eye using a technique called Corneal Topography.

I’ve Never Worn Contact Lenses Before

That’s okay because we also provide training sessions for proper handling of contacts lenses for first time wearers. This class is necessary for any new contact lens wearers. You will learn different techniques for insertion and removal of your contact lenses. You will also learn how to properly clean and care for your specific lenses.

Contact Lenses That Fit your Lifestyle & Rx

There are many lens options to suit the needs of your prescription and lifestyle. The doctor will work with you to determine what type of lens will best suit your visual and lifestyle needs.

We Offer All Types of Contact Lenses

  • Soft Contacts–made of a soft polymer-plastic material combined with a percentage of water which allows oxygen to pass through the contact lens material and increases comfort.
  • RGP–Rigid Gas Permeable contact lenses are rigid lenses made of durable plastic that transmits oxygen.
  • Hybrid Lenses–The central optical zone of this specialty lens is made of a GP material and is surrounded by a “skirt” of soft lens material. The goal of hybrid lenses is to provide the crisp optics of a GP lens, combined with wearing comfort comparable to soft lenses.
  • Multifocal–Bifocal or multifocal contact lenses offer distance and near vision, as well as points in between. These lenses may be either soft or RGP material.
  • Monovision–A contact lens is worn in one eye to correct your distance vision and a contact lens in your other eye to correct your near vision. These lenses may be either soft or RGP material.
  • Toric Lenses–Contacts for the correction of astigmatism are made with two powers in them, created with curvatures at different angles (one for astigmatism, the other for either myopia or hyperopia).

Specialty Contact Lenses


SynergEyes® manufactures a revolutionary hybrid contact lens that combines two materials – a rigid gas permeable center and a soft, hydrophilic outer skirt, resulting in a durable “hybrid” lens for patients seeking comfortable, high-definition vision and all-day comfort, without compromising one for the other. SynergEyes® Multifocal candidates include:

  • Presbyopes with Astigmatism
  • RGP Multifocal/Bifocal Contact Lens Wearers
  • Soft Multifocal Contact Lens Wearers
  • Single Vision Contact Lens Wearers/Monovision Patients
  • Patients Who Wear Bifocal or Progressive Spectacles
  • Emerging Presbyopes


There are many soft toric contact lens designs available today for patients with astigmatism; however, all soft toric designs require some form of visual compromise. Which patients would benefit from switching to Duette™?

  • Soft toric wearers desiring
    • Crisper, more consistent vision
    • Improved acuity throughout the day and into the night
    • A lens that does not require adjusting
  • Active patients and other vision demanders
  • Patients that have been previously dissatisfied with the vision delivered by their contact lenses
  • Astigmatic patients that are new to contact lenses

Duette™ Multifocal is a breakthrough contact lens that offers a revolutionary simultaneous vision design to provide true binocular vision at all distances, making it the go-to lens for any presbyopic patient seeking pristine vision for a contact lens.

  • Soft multifocal and monovision wearers desiring improved acuities at all distances
  • Presbyopes with corneal astigmatism
  • Patients who have been previously dissatisfied with the acuity delivered by contact lenses or who are new to contact lenses
  • Contact lens patients desiring improved late-day comfort
  • Active patients and other vision demanders


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