Contact Lenses in Bloomington


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Many easily consider the eyes the most precious among conductors of the senses. Contact lenses in Bloomington should be correctly prescribed by professionals to maintain the quality of our eyesight. We should never abuse our eyes by ignoring discomfort when using contact lenses. If they don't feel right, stop using them immediately and see an expert at McLean County Eye Center. It is always best to check with an optician if you have any concerns about your contact lenses.

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Contact Lenses in Bloomington, IL

McLean County Eye Center has doctors and certified technicians to examine your eyes and prescribe and fit you with premium contact lenses. Among the different contact lens modes that we provide are as follows:


  • Soft Dailies - these lense are discarded each day and require NO cleaning or hassle
  • Soft Dailies Bifocal - lenses that are discarded daily
  • Soft Daily - Wear disposables that are discarded every 2-4 weeks depending on brand
  • Soft Tinted – disposables
  • Soft Extended - wear disposables that can be slept in overnight
  • Soft Toric - lenses for Astigmatism
  • Soft Bifocal - disposables that are discarded every 2-4 weeks depending on brand
  • Soft Toric - bifocal lenses for patients with both astigmatism and near vision demands
  • Rigid Gas-Permeable (RGP)
  • Rigid Gas-Permeable (RGP) bifocal lenses
  • Corneal Refractive Therapy


Contact Lens Care in Bloomington

To take care of your contact lenses, hygiene should also be in check. Take time to clean your lenses so that they can correctly do their job. Before you put on your contacts you need to make sure that your hands and fingers are absolutely clean. There must be no dirt on your hands or fingernails. If you see your new contact lenses are damaged, you should not use them and return them immediately to the eye center. McLean County Eye Center will be glad to replace them for you.

If possible, get lens cases that are transparent so you can see through them. You will know when to top off the fluid and when the contact lenses get damaged. Also make sure that the lens case has a left and right label, as each lens is designed for use in a specific eye. If one eye gets infected, the last thing you want is to contaminate the other eye by switching contact lenses. Finally, use a cotton swab to quickly pick up the lenses and carefully set them in place.

Learn more about the proper use of contact lenses. Get in touch with the McLean County Eye Center today.


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McLean County Eye Center

1607 Visa Dr # 4

Normal, IL 61761

(309) 454-2472