Discover your contact lens options in Bismarck, ND

Say Goodbye to Glasses

Whether you've worn contact lenses for years or you're thinking about making the switch, turn to Bismarck, North Dakota's experienced contact-lens fitters. We take pride in our contact lens department at Eyes on Bismarck. Dr. Beattie and Dr. Houle will explain all of your options and help you find the right contact lens for your individual needs. Everyone reacts differently to contact lenses, so there is no one best lens. The best lens is the one that is healthy, clear, and comfortable for you. We look forward to working with you to determine which lens is best for you.

There are several factors that Dr. Beattie and Dr. Houle will consider when determining which lens option will meet your individual needs.

• Wearing schedule
- Day wear or overnight wear
- Daily, weekly, or monthly disposable lenses

• Vision correction
- Astigmatism correction
- Single vision (distance or near) or bifocal (distance and near) correction

• Lens material
- Soft lenses
- Rigid lenses – gas-permeable scleral lenses
Trust Dr. Beattie and Dr. Houle to take the time to find the contact lens that gives you your best vision and comfort. Call 701-255-7894 today to set up your exam and contact lens fitting at Eyes on Bismarck.

Scleral Contact Lenses

Scleral Contact Lenses

Have you been told that the only option for your vision correction is a corneal surgery? Schedule an appointment with Dr. Beattie at Eyes on Bismarck to see if scleral contact lenses are an alternative option to improve your vision.
Scleral contact lenses provide visual correction for patients who do not achieve satisfactory vision with glasses or soft contact lenses. Patients with eye conditions such as keratoconus, pellucid marginal degeneration, radial keratotomy (RK), corneal thinning, and corneal scarring particularly benefit from correction with scleral lenses. Dr. Beattie has been fitting patients with scleral contact lenses in Bismarck since 2006. Scleral lenses are made of a rigid, gas-permeable material that allows the eyes to “breathe” through the lenses. They are large lenses that are custom-made to meet your visual needs.
Scleral contact lenses are beneficial for several reasons, including:

  • Good comfort
  • Stable vision
  • Alternative to corneal surgery