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What’s up Doc?

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Every month we feature one of our Doctors on our blog discussing a topic, issue or development that is receiving a lot of attention in our practice. This month’s “What’s up Doc?” features Dr. Ryan Witt

The environment we live and work in is in constant change.  There are ever increasing demands on our time and on the visual demands we face day to day.  I encourage each of you to discuss these demands at your next visit with one of our providers as there are several solutions we can offer to assist.

“Imagine being able to wear a lens for a day, throwing it away before bed, and then experiencing that fresh lens experience the next day.”

This month our focus is on daily disposable contact lenses.  Imagine being able to wear a lens for a day, throwing it away before bed, and then experiencing that fresh lens experience the next day.  This modality of lens wear eliminates the need for chemicals to clean your contact lenses, allows allergens to be thrown away each day (especially important this time of year), and provides relief for dry eye sufferers.

“…by far the healthiest and safest way to wear a contact lens.”

The daily lens modality is by far the healthiest and safest way to wear a contact lens.  There has been a lot of research and development in this realm and we can now fit daily lenses on most patients.  This includes those with astigmatism and multi-focal needs!

Chittick Family Eye Care is committed to provide the best in patient care and offering our patients the best technology in vision correction.  We look forward to your next visit and letting you experience a daily disposable lens.

Your business means everything to us!

– Dr. Ryan Witt

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The content on this blog is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of qualified health providers with questions you may have regarding medical conditions.