Walmart Vision Center is a full service family vision center with emphasis on specialty contact lens fittings, the evaluation and treatment of pediatric vision-related learning problems, adult vision problems, complete ocular disease testing and a selection of vision correction products. Today, there are countless options when it comes to correcting your eyesight, whether you’ve been diagnosed with myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism, or keratoconus. While, contact lenses are still a reasonably recent development in terms of vision correction technology, they are becoming the more popular choice over designer eyeglasses. Most of the patients who visit Dr. Romy Park at Walmart Vision Centers choose contact lenses as their primary vision correction because they do not change their physical appearance, they allow for more freedom during recreational activities, and they provide better peripheral vision.
At Walmart Vision Center, we carry all kinds of brands and types of contact lenses, from daily wear to extended wear to toric and bifocal lenses, we can help fit any individual for contact lenses. Just like your eyeglass prescription, you’ll need to receive a contact lens exam and fitting with Dr. Romy Park to determine what type is best for your eyesight and eye health. Before, patients with astigmatism had limited options for vision correction, but now with Toric soft contact lenses, people with astigmatism can enjoy the convenience and comfort of contact lenses. If you have presbyopia and want to avoid wearing reading glasses, our optometrists may suggest bifocal lenses, which offer different optical powers for both near and far distances. If you’re bringing your teenager to Walmart Vision Center for contact lenses, our Spring Valley eye doctors may recommend they use disposable lenses, which are replaced on a daily basis, eliminating the hassle of properly cleaning, disinfecting, and storing the lenses every night.
If you currently use eyeglasses as your primary vision correction device, consider stopping at Walmart Vision Center for a contact lens exam with Dr. Romy Park. During this ocular health assessment, our Spring Valley family optometrists will outline all the benefits of switching to contact lenses and discuss all your concerns. To learn more about specialty contact lenses, such as Toric or bifocal lenses, visit Walmart Vision Center in Las Vegas today!