Contacts

Logos Vision

Silvana Abadeer, OD

General Optometry located in Downtown, Perth Amboy, NJ & Hamilton Township, NJ

If you experience blurry or distorted vision, highly skilled optometrist Silvana Abadeer, OD, and her expert team offer solutions at Logos Vision in Perth Amboy and Hamilton Township, New Jersey. They provide a wide array of contacts to fit your needs, preferences, and lifestyle. Schedule your next eye exam with Logos Vision by calling the office or booking online today.

Contacts Q & A

What are contacts?

Contact lenses are vision correction devices you wear in your eyes to correct astigmatism, farsightedness, nearsightedness, or combinations of vision problems. Signs you may need contacts or glasses include blurry vision, problems seeing at close distances, or difficulty seeing things from far away.

Many people prefer wearing contacts instead of glasses. The Logos Vision team offers a large selection of many contact lens brands with competitive pricing in all categories. 

Which contact lenses are available?

Common types of contact lenses available at Logos Vision include:

Hard lenses

Hard contact lenses, including rigid gas permeable (RGP) lenses, hold their shape but allow oxygen to flow through your eye. They’re often useful if you have astigmatism, keratoconus, allergies, or other conditions that affect eye health.

Soft lenses

Soft contacts are comfortable, soft, and flexible. They’re available as daily-wear contacts you take out at night, extended-wear contacts, toric contacts for astigmatism, disposable contacts, and color-tinted contacts. The right choice for you is based on the type of vision impairment you have, your lifestyle, and your preferences.

Specialized contacts

If you have a specific eye or vision problem, the Logos Vision team offers bifocal contact lenses and other specialized contacts.

What happens during an eye exam?

During eye exams at Logos Vision, Dr. Abadeer reviews your medical history and symptoms. She completes visual acuity tests and refraction assessments to determine your vision prescription and fit you for the right type of contacts. 

Dr. Abadeer also completes a comprehensive eye exam to detect or rule out certain eye diseases, such as glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, and cataracts. She may recommend a tear film evaluation to ensure you have enough tears to wear contacts comfortably.

When your new contacts are ready, Dr. Abadeer ensures they fit properly and evaluates your vision with the contacts in your eyes.

Which contacts are right for me?

Dr. Abadeer determines which contacts are right for you based on your vision prescription, eye shape, eye surface area, lifestyle, and preferences. She also reviews other vision-correction options, such as glasses and laser vision correction surgery, with you.

Don’t live with imperfect vision when you don’t have to. Schedule an eye exam with Logos Vision by phone or online to find out if contacts are right for you.