Contact Lenses

Whether you have been wearing contact lenses for years or you want to try them for the first time, Dr. Dan Wolfe and the Discerning Eye staff is here to help!

We offer the most popular brands and the latest in contact lens technology so that you can count on having the very best options for you vision and eye health.


Traditional Soft Contact Lenses

Soft contact lenses are the most common type of contacts. They are comfortable to wear and easy to maintain. There are many brands and styles of soft lenses. Dr. Dan Wolfe and the Discerning Eye staff can help you find the right pair of lenses to maximize convenience and your comfort.

Daily Disposable Soft Contact Lenses

We love glasses at Discerning Eye (obviously!) but they honestly aren't the best choice for certain occasions. Daily Disposable Contact Lenses can offer you the flexibility and convenience to wear contacts only when you want to.

They are perfect for playing sports or when you simply want to change up your look for a night out on the town. The best part is you don't need to worry about cleaning or storing them. Just throw them away when you're done wearing them. It couldn't be easier!

Astigmatic Contact Lenses

Oh, the dreaded "A" word. Astigmatism is nothing more than your eye having a slight oval shape instead of being perfectly round. Fitting a round contact lens on an oval shaped eye (cornea) can be challenging but the latest contact lens technology makes this process much easier.

Even if you've been told your astigmatism was too much for contacts, there are new contacts available for you. Years ago, contact lenses designed for Astigmatism used to be weighted to keep them from moving around on the cornea, which caused discomfort and decreased vision. Dr. Dan Wolfe utilizes the most up to date technology to fit contact lenses for Astigmatism to improve both your comfort and vision. 

Multifocal Contact Lenses

Tired of reaching for you readers every time you need to read something up close?  Multifocal contact lenses are designed to reduce your dependency on readers/magnifying glasses.  They offer the ability to see up close, on the computer, and distance vision, all through the same lens.

Digital Eyestrain Contact Lenses

As smartphones, tablets and computers play a more active role in our lives, Computer Vision Syndrome is becoming more and more common. Long hours in front of these screens put strain on our eyes. 

Biofinity Energys by Coopervision are new contact lenses are uniquely developed to help with eye tiredness associated with digital device use. They also incorporate Aquaform Technology for natural moisture and breathability to help with eye dryness. If you spend many hours looking a computer screen each day these new lenses just may be answer to alleviate headache and dry eyes.