Michelle Layman is our practice’s contact lens technician, as well as our optometric technician. As a contact lens technician, Michelle works one-on-one with our patients to ensure they have the exact lenses they need to meet their health and lifestyle needs. In addition, Michelle is here to answer any questions our patients have relating to contact lenses. Whether you are wearing them for the first time and need expert training or want to know the latest contact lenses on the market, Michelle is happy to assist you.
If you need or currently wear contacts, something to consider is monthly vs. daily lenses. While some patients prefer monthly contacts – mainly due to the perceived costs associated with dailies – there are several reasons why daily contacts are the better choice.
Meet our new vision tester - the Optec 5500. It may look familiar, because this is a similar vision screening device used by the DMV. Ours does much more though...
Disposable contacts have become a mainstay in the contact lens world. They are convenient and, for the most part, much healthier for our eyes. If you are a contact lens wearer you know how great that fresh pair of contacts feels, but do you really need to change as frequently as we recommend?
You knew the day was coming. After years of happily wearing contacts it’s time for bifocals. You're not old enough for that, are you? Of course not! Lucky for you Proclear® now offers a 1 day Multifocal lens that has all the comfort and convenience you expect from a daily disposable lens!
It’s hard to believe that it’s been 25 years since the first disposable contact lens was released. Many advances have been made over the years and this spring is no exception. Acuvue® just unveiled their latest breakthrough with their 1-Day Moist® for Astigmatism contact lenses.
Purchasing a year supply of contacts from Crozet Eye Care benefits patients for several reasons:
It is not a strange sight to see. In fact, it is becoming a trend for teens and young adults to have "wild eyes," also known as decorative contact lenses. These contact lenses come in many styles – from cat eyes, sports team logos, and aliens, to what appears to be a spider in the middle of the eye. You probably saw quite a few of these at Halloween.
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Crozet Eye Care, Optometrists 325 Four Leaf Lane, Suite 12(Entrance in back)Charlottesville, Virginia 22903Ph: 434.823.4441Fax: 434.823.7620
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