GLASSES & CONTACTS
Correcting Your Vision With Glasses and Contacts
You’ve got things to do, places to be. At every moment in your day, you need your vision to be crystal clear. At Sabates Eye Centers, we make sure you know all of your options when you’re deciding between traditional glasses or contact lenses. We offer the latest, most fashionable and most comfortable selection for either choice. Then we help you decide what’s best for your lifestyle. Because you deserve to look as sharp as your vision.
Eyewear and frames
Get the look you want and see what you need
At some point, nearly everyone needs corrective eyewear. The optometrists at any of our area locations are professionals in ensuring you get the perfect prescription, while the opticians in our Optical Centers help you find the style that fits. So you can see and look your best.
We know one size doesn’t fit all, nor does one pair always handle every need. That’s why you’ll find a wide selection of frames and lenses for every function and any prescription:
- Everyday corrective
- Designer eyewear
For emergency or time-sensitive appointments, call 913-261-2020
Comfort and Freedom Never Looked Better
Whether you have nearsightedness or farsightedness, astigmatism or presbyopia, contact lenses can offer a comfortable, convenient and cosmetic alternative to prescription glasses.
Today’s contact lens wearers have several options. At Sabates Eye Centers, experienced optometrists get to know you and your eyes. We can ensure the best lens choice – for your vision and your lifestyle.
Options for Everyone
Whether you wear hard or soft lenses is up to your eye doctor. The rigid gas-permeable lenses are required for certain diagnoses, such as astigmatism, high refractive error, corneal irregularities or enhanced optics.
Most contact lens wearers, however, can wear soft lenses, which are more comfortable and flexible when it comes to how you wear and care for them.
- Disposable-wear lenses: removed nightly and cleaned/replaced on a prescribed schedule.
- Extended-wear lenses: worn overnight but should be removed at least weekly for cleaning and disinfection.
- Daily-wear lenses: removed nightly and discarded/replaced on a daily basis.
Contact lenses are considered a medical device and require a prescription. By law, contact lenses must be evaluated annually and properly fit.