Contact Lens Evaluations: Precision for Perfect Vision

At Optical Solutions, we understand that clear and comfortable vision is a top priority for many of our patients. If you’re considering contact lenses or looking to upgrade your current ones, our Contact Lens Evaluations service is designed to ensure that your vision needs are met with precision. Dr. Michael Campbell and Associates, with over 33 years of experience, offer the expertise and care that you can trust in the Hilton Head and Bluffton area.
To embark on your journey to clear and comfortable vision, please call us at:
  • Hilton Head Commons: (843) 681-6682
  • Shelter Cove: (843) 785-8008
  • Bluffton: (843) 706-0607
Why Choose Contact Lens Evaluations at Optical Solutions?
Contact lenses offer a convenient alternative to eyeglasses, and they come in various types and designs. To find the perfect fit, it’s essential to have a professional evaluation. Our experienced team, led by Dr. Michael Campbell, will guide you through the process, ensuring that you get the right type of contact lenses that provide clear vision and all-day comfort.
Whether you’re a first-time contact lens wearer or seeking an upgrade, our Contact Lens Evaluations are thorough and personalized. We take into account your eye health, lifestyle, and visual requirements to recommend the best contact lenses for you. Our commitment to your vision’s comfort and clarity is unwavering.
FAQs for Contact Lens Evaluations:
Why is a professional evaluation essential for contact lenses?
A professional evaluation is essential because it ensures that the contact lenses you choose are the right fit for your eyes. It considers factors like your eye health, prescription needs, and lifestyle to recommend the best contact lenses for clear vision and comfort.
What can I expect during a Contact Lens Evaluation at Optical Solutions?
During a Contact Lens Evaluation, our team will assess your eye health, measure the curvature of your cornea, and discuss your lifestyle and visual needs. Based on this information, we’ll recommend the most suitable contact lenses for your individual requirements.
Are contact lenses suitable for everyone?
Contact lenses are a popular vision correction option, but they may not be suitable for everyone. Some eye conditions or lifestyle factors may make contact lenses less ideal. Our evaluations will help determine if contact lenses are a good choice for you and, if so, which type will work best for your needs.

Our offices offer you the following assortment of lens designs and technologies:

  • SPHERICAL SOFT contacts: Daily, 2 week, 1 month, and customized designs for patients with no or minimal astigmatism requirements.
  • ASTIGMATISM (TORIC) SOFT contacts: Daily, 2 week, 1 month, and customized designs for patients who require an astigmatism correction.
  • MULTIFOCAL SOFT contacts: Available in Daily and 1 months designs, these newer designed lenses allow you to see distance, intermediate, and near simultaneously!!! Also available in customized designs for those with astigmatism or high powers.
  • COLORED SOFT contacts: offering the healthiest and most comfortable lens available to change your eye color, available in 9 different color contacts!!!
  • GAS PERMEABLE (HARD) SPHERICAL contacts: for visually discerning patients who require crisp vision
  • GAS PERMEABLE ASTIGMATISM (TORIC) contacts: offers crisp vision for those who have mid to high astigmatism corrections.
  • GAS PERMEABLE BIFOCAL or MULTIFOCAL contacts: crisp vision at distance, intermediate and near simultaneously; especially for those who also require an astigmatism correction.
  • SYNERGEYES HYBRID contacts: a “hybrid” that offers the “crisp” vision of a gas permeable, with the comfort of a soft contact lens. Available in Sphere, Astigmatism, or Multifocal designs!
  • SCLERAL contacts: the newest technologically advanced lens. Excellent if you have an irregular cornea due to Keratoconus, Pellucid Marginal Degeneration, Dry Eye, or any other irregular corneal condition. Also available in a multifocal, if needed. Corrects very high astigmatism as well.
  • SPECIALTY contacts: these lenses are for patients with irregular corneas due to Keratoconus, Pellucid Marginal Degeneration, or irregularities post trauma or surgery.

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us today at (843) 681-6682 (Hospital Center Commons), (843) 785-8008 (Shelter Cove) or (843) 706-0607 (Bluffton).