Glasses & Contacts
Outside prescriptions are accepted.
New patients are always welcome.
First and Foremost, Let's Get You The Right Prescription
It's common to assume that if your vision is changing, getting a new lens prescription is the solution. While that may be true for some cases, it's not always the case.
This is why when you first come in for prescription glasses at Eye Candy Optical, we take our time to discuss your symptoms, listen carefully to your concerns, and use the latest medical technology to examine your eyes fully to get an accurate prescription for your needs.
Already have an outside prescription?
Bring in your prescription and choose from our independent brands for your customized frames.
If Contacts Are Your Thing or You Are Curious About Them...
We've got you covered. We can offer virtually any contact lens you need:
single-use daily disposable
rigid gas permeable
Fill your contact lens prescription directly through Eye Candy Optical.
And get extra lenses if you need them, when you need them.
"But I've never worn contacts before..."
That's totally fine! If you've never worn contacts, we will personally show you how to put them in, take them out, and properly take care of them.
We won't let you leave until you feel comfortable and we are confident you can do it. If you can't do it on the first visit, absolutely you can come back to try again.
We just had a teenaged young man come back for his second visit, and he GOT it--high fives all around!
You'll learn exactly how to properly wear and care for your contacts.
And if you need to come back for help, or need extra lenses, you can just come in and visit us.
What Do I Need To Do To Get Contact Lenses?
A contact lens evaluation is addition to a vision exam. It is necessary even if you've worn contacts before and feel like nothing has changed.
Dr. Moller is evaluating your eyes for any microscopic signs of damage from wearing contacts (after all, you are putting a foreign object on your eye), reviewing how you care for your contacts (as it's easy to get lazy and fall into bad habits), and evaluating the lenses on the eyes for proper coverage, centration, movement, and more.
By state law she needs to see the contacts on your eyes. So we may have to order you a diagnostic pair and have you back for a followup.