When you go to the doctor to get a contact lens fitting you will be put through a series of questions.
The eye care professional will ask what you intend on getting out of your contact lens fitting and why you want a contact lens fitting.
Your eye care professional will go on with this consultation asking more questions such as what is your goal in getting a contact lens fitting. These questions will help the professional decide how to go on with your appointment.
After the questions about your contact lens fitting, the real exam will begin. Your eye care professional will check and test the health of your eye.
The exam for your contact lens fitting will test your peripheral vision, eye pressure, muscle actions, general vision, and so on. After that exam your eye care professional can prescribe glasses, but you still have more to go through for your contact lens fitting.
Every eye has its own shape and size, so your contact lens fitting of course is to get the right kind of contact and one that fits. The eye care professional will take different measurements for your contact lens fitting.
The eye care professional will then ask you if you have dry eyes and your cornea will be examined again to see if you will have a hard time wearing contacts. The next step in your contact lens fitting is to actually put in your contacts.
You will have to sit for about ten minutes to see if the contact lenses fit right and if the contact lens fitting was accurate.
Your next step in your contact lens fitting is to learn the right way to put in and take out your contacts. This is a major step in your contact lens fitting process and should be learned right.
You will learn how to care for your contacts too. The next step in the contact lens fitting process is actually getting your contacts. This could take up to a week but is the best part of the contact lens fitting process.
After your contact lens fitting is complete, you will go back to your eye care professional many times to make sure that your contact lenses fit well and are comfortable.
After your contact lens fitting your contacts will also be checked to make sure they are still working for you. This is the last part of your contact lens fitting and you should see your eye care professional at least once a year.
If any changes to your vision take place you should contact a professional immediately. Now you know what to expect in getting your contact lens fitting.