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Specialty Contact Lenses in Georgia

For all your specialty contact lens needs in Georgia, contact Classic Vision Care today.

Specialty Lenses at Classic Vision Care

We put your clarity and convenience front-and-center with our contacts and specialty lenses. We have a wide selection of comfortable lenses that will keep your vision at its best, while allowing you more flexibility for the things you love. No matter what your vision and eyes need, we’ve got you covered with quality contact lenses at Classic Vision Care!

What Are Specialty Contact Lenses

Your eyes have unique characteristics, so our expert team is on hand to personalize a solution to match your eye condition, shape and lifestyle needs. Our specialty contact lenses are suitable for a range of issues, such as: 

✓ Dry eyes
✓ Astigmatism
✓ Giant Papillary Conjunctivitis (GPC)
✓ Keratoconus
✓ Pellucid Marginal Degeneration
✓ Post-LASIK or refractive surgery
✓ Presbyopia (reduced near vision)
✓ Corneal scarring

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Explore Our Range of Specialty Contacts

At Classic Vision Care, you’ll enjoy a custom fit with our range of specialty contacts. Our eye specialists will expertly guide you in making the correct choice to ensure you experience clear vision without any hassles.

Toric Contact Lenses

If you’ve been diagnosed with astigmatism (an imperfection of the curvature of your eye), you may be prescribed Toric contact lenses to alleviate blurred distance and near vision. They come in various designs, including soft and rigid gas permeable options and offer comfortable and effective vision correction.

Multifocal Contact Lenses

Multifocal contact lenses are prescribed for people with presbyopia (near and distance vision needs). As they incorporate different prescriptions, you’ll experience a seamless focus transition, making it perfect for clear vision across a range of distances (without needing multiple glasses).

Long and Short-Sighted Contact Lenses

Contact lenses are available to treat both long-sightedness (hyperopia) and short-sightedness (myopia). A convex lens allows hyperopia sufferers to focus on objects in the distance, whereas a concave lens allows people with myopia to focus on near objects.

Scleral Contact Lenses

Scleral contact lenses rest on your eye’s sclera (white part) rather than your cornea. People with keratoconus are often prescribed these lenses due to their design, comfort levels and vision quality. Post-corneal transplant patients also achieve better visual quality using these lenses.

Rigid Gas-Permeable (RGP)

Rigid gas-permeable contact lenses are often prescribed for people with ‘hard-to-fit’ lenses, usually caused by Giant Papillary Conjunctivitis or keratoconus. While you enjoy clear vision (and slow down the progression of keratoconus), your eye can breathe and retain moisture under the lens to combat dryness.

See for Yourself — Schedule Your Contact Lens Exam!

We’re here to help you see clearly with the convenience and comfort that contact lenses offer. Schedule your contact lens exam today to get started!


Shaun Curran
Shaun Curran
October 28, 2022.
Tonya was amazing - been a customer a year ago and needed new frames but now sure what style. She helped me with styles that fit my face and styles that are up to date fashion wise. Super helpful and professional!!!
Tracy Rex
Tracy Rex
September 14, 2022.
Tonya was a great help and spent a lot of time helping me design my new pair of glasses. I appreciated her assistance. Good options available too.
Winsome Anderson
Winsome Anderson
August 8, 2022.
Excellent. Customer service was at the highest level
Suzanne Martin
Suzanne Martin
March 25, 2022.
The young man who helped me with my retina exam prep for Dr. Keely was was very professional, very easy to work with, personable and gave me some valuable information. He is a top notch associate.

FAQs about Specialty Contacts Lenses

How are specialty contact lenses different from regular contact lenses?

Due to their specialized corrective nature, specialty contact lenses are often more rigid than regular contact lenses that are soft and flexible. You’ll find that specialty contacts need to be created to fit your eye to treat your condition, whereas regular contact lenses are usually standard sizes. If you’ve tried regular lenses in the past without success, you may find specialty lenses are a much better solution.

Are specialty contact lenses more expensive than regular contact lenses?

As specialty contact lenses are personalized to suit your eye and your eye condition, you will find that they’re more expensive than regular fitted contact lenses. As you’ll experience much clearer vision (without the possible need for multiple pairs of glasses – e.g. reading and distance), it’s a worthwhile investment to give you freedom while correcting your specialized eye condition.

How do I know if I need specialty contact lenses?

At Classic Vision Care, our highly experienced eye doctors will first perform a thorough contact lens exam. If they find you have a corneal condition, dry eye or astigmatism, they will discuss your options for selecting specialty contact lenses rather than regular lenses. This will ensure your contacts fit correctly and treat your condition to give you clearer vision.

How do I care for specialty contact lenses?

If you are prescribed specialty contact lenses, our team will explain what you’ll need to do to care for them. They’ll ensure you receive the correct cleaning solutions and explain how to clean, store and care for your specialty contacts to keep your eyes healthy and irritation-free.