Specialty Contact Lenses
at Lowcountry Eye Care

Lowcountry Eye Care is proud to be your trusted source for all of your family’s vision needs. With personalized solutions, including contacts and specialty lenses, we’ll bring you an experience you can’t find anywhere else.

Struggle with Contact Lenses

Specialty Lenses — the Solution for People Who Struggle with Contact Lenses

Our team always goes the extra mile to help patients find vision solutions that work for them, which is why we offer specialty contact lenses to correct for a wide range of issues. Even if you’ve struggled with contacts in the past or have eyes that are characterized as hard-to-fit, we’re confident we can find a set of specialty lenses to enhance your sight.

Scleral Lens Experts

Your Scleral Lens Experts

If you have “hard-to-fit” eyes and need specialty lenses, one of our most common options are scleral lenses. These lenses can work for a wide variety of patients, and our expert team is able to measure and fit your eyes for a comfortable fit and improved vision.

Our Specialty & Scleral Lens Options

If you’re looking for clear eyesight without needing to rely on eyeglasses, Lowcountry Eye Care offers a wide range of specialty lenses for advanced vision correction. These lenses can also help manage certain eye conditions to help keep your eyes healthy and vision sharp.

Contact Lens Exams and Fittings

Contact lenses require a different prescription and a separate contact lens exam, because unlike glasses, they sit directly on your eyes as opposed to in front of them. Because of this, it’s important to make sure your contact lenses fit perfectly to maximize your comfort and vision clarity. We’ll learn all about you and your vision during your exam, and then recommend contact lenses or specialty lenses to give you the quality vision you deserve.

Learn More About the Variety of Specialty Contact Lenses

Our Scleral Lenses

An excellent option for patients who have sensitive or irregular corneas, these contact lenses arc over the cornea completely and instead rest on the sclera, or the “white” of the eye. Scleral lenses are designed to retain moisture and protect the eye from wind and dust particles, which can also help patients find relief from dry eye symptoms. These lenses round out the surface of the cornea by creating a fluid reservoir under the lens, providing greater visual acuity and making them a great choice for anyone with ocular surface diseases, keratoconus, and other corneal complications.

Scleral Lenses

Our Multifocal Soft Lenses

Unlike regular soft contact lenses, multifocals offer multiple focal powers in a single lens. This lets you see objects at a distance by focusing your eyes at the top of the lens, and at nearby objects by looking at the bottom of the lens, so you won’t need to swap between different prescriptions.

Multifocal Soft Lenses

Our RGP Lenses

Rigid gas permeable (RGP) lenses allow your eye to “breathe” better by letting more oxygen through to the front of your eye. Because of this, some patients find these lenses to be more comfortable that regular soft lenses. These lenses are individually customized and sit closer to the eye’s surface, and can offer better visual acuity, focusing power, and overall sharper eyesight.

RGP Lenses

Our Astigmatism Lenses

Patients with astigmatism, a condition that causes the corneas to be shaped more like a football instead of a spherical shape, often need specialized solutions and lenses to see clearly. We’re proud to offer toric lenses and other options to help provide enhanced, clear vision to patients with astigmatism.

Astigmatism Lenses

Our Lenses for Myopia

Myopia, commonly known as nearsightedness, causes objects at a distance to appear blurry, and is often best addressed in childhood. Our expert team can manage and potentially halt its progression with solutions such as MiSight® One Day specialty contact lenses. These lenses are designed to improve your child’s vision and correct the underlying cause of myopia by gently reshaping their corneas.

Lenses for Myopia
Multifocal Soft Lenses
Multifocal Soft Lenses

Our Multifocal Soft Lenses

Unlike regular soft contact lenses, multifocals offer multiple focal powers in a single lens. This lets you see objects at a distance by focusing your eyes at the top of the lens, and at nearby objects by looking at the bottom of the lens, so you won’t need to swap between different prescriptions.

RGP Lenses
RGP Lenses

Our RGP Lenses

Rigid gas permeable (RGP) lenses allow your eye to “breathe” better by letting more oxygen through to the front of your eye. Because of this, some patients find these lenses to be more comfortable that regular soft lenses. These lenses are individually customized and sit closer to the eye’s surface, and can offer better visual acuity, focusing power, and overall sharper eyesight.

Scleral Lenses
Scleral Lenses

Our Scleral Lenses

An excellent option for patients who have sensitive or irregular corneas, these contact lenses arc over the cornea and instead rest on the sclera, or the “white” of the eye. These lenses are designed to retain moisture and protect the eye from wind and dust particles, which also can help patients find relief from dry eye symptoms.

Astigmatism Lenses
Astigmatism Lenses

Our Astigmatism Lenses

Patients with astigmatism, a condition that causes the corneas to be shaped more like a football instead of a spherical shape, often need specialized solutions and lenses to see clearly. We’re proud to offer toric lenses and other options to help provide enhanced, clear vision to patients with astigmatism.

Lenses for Myopia
Lenses for Myopia

Our Lenses for Myopia

Myopia, commonly known as nearsightedness, causes objects at a distance to appear blurry, and is often best addressed in childhood. Our expert team can manage and potentially halt its progression with solutions such as MiSight® One Day specialty contact lenses. These lenses are designed to improve your child’s vision and correct the underlying cause of myopia by gently reshaping their corneas.

Why Choose Lowcountry Eye Care for Specialty Lenses?

We love working with patients of all ages and believe in treating them like a member of our family. We use advanced technology for all our diagnostics and treatment, so you can rest assured knowing you’re getting world-class care to help you see the best you can. Our patient experience is unmatched, and our compassionate team of experts work with you to make sure your vision solution fits your eyes, prescription, and lifestyle. And if you’re not completely satisfied with your contacts, we’ll make it right by exchanging your unused contacts for a supply of a different kind.

Hear From Our Patients About Our Care!

Quote Icon“I cannot say enough good things about all the professionals at this excellent practice. LowCountry Eye Care has state of the art technology and solved an ongoing vision problem previously misdiagnosed. They also have a great lab, excellent frames, and full service.”
– Susan

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Quote Icon“I haven’t been to an optometrist in several years until recently. The doctors and staff were welcoming and helpful. I felt like they listened to my concerns and answered all of my questions. They helped me pick out new frames and got them in quickly. They were thorough during the exam and I was in and out in under 45 minutes. Highly recommend!”
– Stephen

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Quote Icon“Love this office. The doctor is great and addresses all of your concerns and talks you through his findings. The front staff is also amazing, they help find the best deals and keep you updated on your order. Seriously have the best customer service around!”
– Claire

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