About Our Contact Lenses
As an alternative to glasses and refractive surgery, contact lenses are a great method for optically correcting myopia (nearsighted), hyperopia (farsighted), and presbyopia (need for bifocals). Following a comprehensive eye examination, our optometrist will determine if you are a candidate for contact lenses and recommend the appropriate lens based on your lifestyle and visual needs. If you are seeking a Wyomissing contact lens provider or place to buy contact lenses in Berks County please feel free to contact us asap.
A contact lens is a medical device placed onto the front part of your eye, called the cornea; it interacts with both the inner tissue of your eyelid and your tears. Because the FDA considers contact lenses to be a medical device, they can only be dispensed by prescription. In 2004, a law was passed that set the expiration date of contact lens prescriptions at 1 year.
At Berks Eye, we prescribe various types of contact lenses to correct for myopia/hyperopia, astigmatism, presbyopia (multifocals), keratoconus, aphakia, and certain corneal disorders or injuries including:
- Soft Contact Lenses (Daily, Bi-Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly, and Yearly)
- Gas Permeable Contact Lenses
- Corneal Refractive Therapy (Paragon CRT)
- Colored Contact Lenses
- Therapeutic Contact Lenses
Meet Your Contact Lens Team
Jacquelyn M. Horst, O.D.
Dr. Horst provides primary eye care to patients of all ages, specializing in eyeglasses and contact lenses. She has experience with advanced contact lens fits.
Travis J. Gabriel, O.D.
Dr. Gabriel specializes in providing comprehensive eye examinations and fitting all types of contact lenses including toric, tinted, and multifocal.
Tabitha McDonough, NCLEC
Carly Mieczkowski, NCLEC, ABOC
The Contact lens team is readily available to take your contact lens questions and orders via phone and in person. They ensure that your orders are processed quickly with minimal wait time and that there is trial inventory to support our most popular lens options.
Contact Lens Questions or Concerns?
Email us or call us at (610) 603-5556 for the Contact Lens Department.
Please click HERE to securely order your contact lenses.
We have sizable manufacturer’s rebates, direct shipping to your home, easy exchanges, and competitive pricing. To order contacts, please log in below. We will verify your prescription and the lenses will be shipped to you ASAP! Your contact lens prescription is valid for one year. For more information on how to order online, email us or call (610) 603-5556.
If it has been more than a year since your last exam, please call our office at call (610) 603-5556 to schedule an appointment. It’s important to check the health of your eyes related to contact lens wear, and to evaluate how your eyes have changed since your last exam.