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Large enough to serve you, but small enough to know you.

343 Broadway

Monticello, NY 12701

We carry a wide variety of types of contact lenses to suit all of our patients’ eye care needs, from dry eye to computer users, astigmatism. We offer the latest technology in contacts, including Wave Contact Lenses and other specialty varieties. The experienced and knowledgeable staff at The Vision World strives to send you away feeling confident and knowledgeable about your eye care choices.

Enjoy the benefits of Wave Technology

Contact us for the latest in contact lenses options and technology.

Corneal Reshaping Technology (Wave Technology) : also referred to as Ortho-K, Overnight Vision Correction and Corneal Refractive Therapy), is the use of rigid gas-permeable contact lenses, normally worn only at night, to improve vision through the reshaping of the cornea. This method can be used as an alternative to eyeglasses, refractive surgery, or for those who prefer not to wear contact lenses during the day. The latter may be due to discomfort from working in air-conditioned or dusty environments, from extended computer usage which reduces blink rates and tear film production or from displacement or loss during sports activities. We cover procedures up to −5.00 dioptres of myopia and up to −1.50 dioptres of astigmatism.  

 

We accept most vision insurance. Call our office for details.

Eye and Contact lense

Wave Contact Lenses are made like no other by using the Keratron Topographer with Wave Contact Lens Software. The idea is simple: create a lens that nearly mirrors the cornea for the most precise and comfortable fit available. The efficient process begins with thousand of data points from the topographer. With the data, the Wave software allow for a custom design.

Our Contact Lens Products Include:

Soft and Rigid Contact Lenses

-  Single Vision

-  Bifocal

-  Multifocal

-  Toric or for Astigmatism

Specialty Contact Lenses         (Wave Contact Lenses)

 

-  Post lasik

-  Post PRK

-  for Keratoconus

-  post corneal transplant