Contact Lenses Made Just For Your Needs

The specialty contact lens clinic utilizes the latest technology and products to fit and treat the needs of our patients.  These lenses can be designed for high astigmatism, bifocals, or a case of medical necessity.

At Brenart Eye Clinic, we will carefully choose the design that best suits your visual and lifestyle needs. To assist us in this process, we kindly ask that you print and fill out the Contact Lens History and Lifestyle Questionnaire and bring to your appointment.

Contact Lens Clinic Team

Contact Lens Clinic Team

When you come to the Specialty Contact Lens Clinic at Brenart, you’ll be seen by Dr. Michael Sperlakis and a team of experienced technicians. Learn More

Types of Lenses and How They Work

Types of Lenses and How They Work

At Brenart, we make sure to find the best contact lens for every patient's individual needs by using the latest in contact lens technology. We prescribe specialty contact lenses to treat many conditions including Myopia, Keratoconus, and Dry eye. There are different types of specialty lenses on the market and each type is created to offer improved comfort and vision for those who are considered "hard to fit" contact lens wearers. Learn More

Caring for Your Lenses and Your Eyes

Caring for Your Lenses and Your Eyes

Proper care and handling of your specialty lenses is critical to the health of your eyes as well as the integrity of your contact lenses. In this section, we have provided additional resources on how to care and handle your new lenses. Learn More

What To Expect

What To Expect

Following a Comprehensive Eye Examination with dilation to ensure healthy eyes and proper glasses prescription, a separate contact lens fitting appointment will be scheduled with our team. We will utilize a corneal map to expertly match the lenses to your individual eye ensuring proper fit and comfort. After the correct parameters and power are determined, the lenses will be ordered. The ordering process can take up to 2 weeks, depending upon the product used. Upon arrival of the lenses, we will examine the lenses on the eye, provide insertion and removal training, and review care products necessary for your lenses.