Contact Lens Fitting and Dispensing

Contact lens specialists at the U-M Kellogg Eye Center evaluate and fit cosmetic contact lenses that correct for nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia), and astigmatism. Our optometrists also can recommend new options in soft and rigid lenses for presbyopia. Contact lenses also have therapeutic uses, and contacts for a medical diagnosis are prescribed as well. Some examples include contacts following injury or corneal transplantation, contacts with artificial iris, and contacts for eye conditions such as keratoconus and aphakia.

View related conditions and treatments. Please note, we diagnose, treat, and manage many different eye conditions and diseases in our clinics. The eye conditions we treat are not limited to the list provided here.  

If your prescription is on file with one of the Kellogg Eye Center Contact Lens Clinics and the prescription is less than one year old, you may re-order your contact lenses online. Re-order your contact lenses now.

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