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Contact Lenses in Akron, OH

attractive blond putting in contact lens akronWith such a wide range of contact lenses, there is a type for almost every vision condition. In addition, contact lenses offer ultimate wearing comfort and crisper vision than many eyeglasses can provide. Altogether, this led to their rising popularity. At Dr. Ty J Miller & Associates, we keep up with the current demand for high quality, brand-name contact lenses. To satisfy your visual needs in Akron, OH, we keep a well-stocked collection of contacts in our office, located conveniently in the Lenscrafters in Chapel Hill Mall.

To identify the perfect contact lenses for you, Dr. Miller will perform a through contact lens eye exam and fitting. This is the only way to detect or rule out any pre-existing conditions that could affect wearing lenses comfortably. With cutting-edge technology, we will measure your eyes precisely to find the perfect contact lens fit. If you are hard-to-fit with lenses, we’ll work with you patiently to identify the right contact lenses.

Brands and types of contact lenses in our Akron, OH, store include:

  • Soft contact lenses
  • Rigid gas permeable lenses
  • Bifocal/multifocal lenses (for presbyopia)
  • Tinted contacts
  • Toric lenses (to correct astigmatism)
  • CIBA Vision – Air Optix
  • Bausch & Lomb Purevision
  • Coopervision – Avaira, Biofinity
  • Vistakon – Acuvue Oasys
  • Air Optix – Colors

If you have a current vision prescription, please visit to replenish your contact lens supply, or schedule a contact lens eye exam and fitting with Dr. Ty Miller, in our friendly eye care center in Lenscrafters at Chapel Hill Mall.

Learn More or Order Contacts Online:

  • Come see what new products are available at Dr. Ty Miller!
  • We have secure, online ordering of your contact lenses. Find out more.
  • Dr. Ty J. Miller O.D. Inc offer a wide range of contact lenses to fit your needs. Learn more about eye exams specifically for contact lens wearers as well as different types of lenses: bifocals, multifocals, GP, Toric and more!.

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