Frisco Eye Clinic at Stonebriar Centre
We Fit Many Types of Contact Lenses:

Daily Disposable Soft Lenses
Rigid Gas Permeable Lenses (RGP)
Toric (Astigmatism)
Bifocal and Multifocal Lenses
Cosmetic Tinted Lenses

Click on our Contact Lens Manufacturers for Links to Rebates Information:

Acuvue   (Oasys,Torics and Multifocals, TruEye, 1 Day Moist)

Bausch & Lomb   (PureVision 2, Soflens 66, Torics and Multifocals, Biotrue ONEday)

CIBA   (Air Optix, Toric and Multifocals, Dailies Total 1, Air Optix Night & Day, Focus Dailies, Air Optix Colors)

CooperVision   (Biofinity, Avaira, Biomedics, Frequency, Proclear, Preference, Torics and Mulitfocals)

Contact Lenses
Phone: (972) 377 - 0700
Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10AM-9PM, Closed Sundays
Stonebriar Centre: Ground Floor by Nordstrom
Contact Lens Compliance Agreement

By following your doctor's recommendations, you can effectively reduce the risk of any contact lens related problems and ensure contact lenses remain a safe and effective form of vision correction.

It is important to replace lenses as often as prescribed by your doctor, even when proper hygiene measures are being followed.  This will decrease your risk of infection, while increasing the comfort and vision for the duration of the lenses.

Only select contact lenses are FDA approved for wear during sleep.  Avoid even napping in your contacts unless specified by your eye doctor.

Store brand (generic) solutions are NOT the same as the recommended solutions that are prescribed for our patients.  Saline solutions and rewetting drops are NOT designed to disinfect contact lenses.

As with any medical device, hygiene plays a key role in the safety of the product.  Pay particular attention to the cleanliness of your hands, contacts, and the contact lens case.  Any contaminants found on these surfaces may get into the eyes upon insertion of the lenses.

Always wash your hands before handling the contact lenses; i.e. before insertion and before removal.

Lenses should be cleaned immediately upon removal from the eye.  Even patients using "No-Rub" solutions are to rub both sides of the contacts for 5-10 seconds.

The previous night's dirty solution should be discarded after insertion of the contact lenses.

Fresh solution should be used each time the lens is placed in the case.

NEVER re-use old solution left in the case after removing lenses.

The case should be rinsed clean and air dried between disinfection cycles.

Replace your case every 3 months to reduce the risk of infection.  *Reminder Tip* When you replace your toothbrush, replace your lens case.

Symptoms of eye infections:

  • Sudden blurred or fuzzy vision
  • Excessive eye tearing or discharge
  • Red, Irritated eyed lasting for an unusually long period of time after the removal of the contacts lens
  • Pain in or around the eyes
  • Increased sensitivity to light

Patients experiencing any of these symptoms are encouraged to call us at (972) 377-0700 to schedule an exam.  Obviously, we do not want you wearing your contacts if your are experiencing red, irritated eyes.  This is why back up glasses are essential for contact lens wearers.
Are you satisfied with your current contact lenses? Do you want to try contact lenses for the first time?  Did you know there are literally hundreds of variables to consider when finding which contact lens system will be best for you? Leave it to our doctors to find the best fit for your eyes and lifestyle.