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One Day Disposable Contact Lenses

daily disposables clearwater, fl Years ago, everyone wore a single pair of lenses that would last a whole year. But patients were faced with a myriad of complications like corneal ulcers, abnormal blood vessel growth, and chronic comfort issues. So contact lens companies began the quest to find lenses that would be healthier and provide optimal comfort.

Initially, quarterly lenses were the answer, and over time this trend continued with the release of monthly lenses and two week lenses. Material changes to silicone-hydrogel have improved the lens technology even more.

Certainly, a lens that could be replaced every single day would have the lowest risk of complications and the best chance of good comfort. Computer lathe technologies and mass production abilities have now allowed contact lens manufacturers to create contact lenses accurately and more affordably than ever before. In fact, a patient can now purchase 365 pairs of contact lenses for a price similar to what they paid for a single pair when contact lenses were initially available.

Although one day contact lenses cost more than monthly lenses in today’s market, patients don’t need to purchase cleaning solutions, saving them money and giving them and parents piece of mind they are in lenses that are clean and safe.

In the past, one day lenses were not available to patients with astigmatism, or who needed bifocals, but the parameters have been constantly expanding to include patients who never had these options before. Some of the most successful brands are the “Acuvue One Day Moist”, the “Dailies Aqua Comfort Plus”, and the “Proclear One Day”.

Even patients with dry eyes are now finding one day lens options that provide comfort through advanced technologies like the “Total Dailies One” and “Acuvue TruEye”.

Ask Dr. Keats about your candidacy for one day replacement lenses and enjoy the comfort, convenience, and superior eye health these lenses offer.


Dear Northwood Vision patient,

COVID-19 has the potential to cause grave harm to many of the citizens in our population. According to Harvard epidemiologist Dr. Mark Lipsitch it is likely that at least between 40-70 % of the population will become infected with COVID-19. This virus is twice as contagious as the flu. About 80 percent will not have severe concerns, but based on the current data, 20% of the infected will become severe or critical, needing some form of hospital care to do well. Currently, about 30 % of those who become classified as severe based on WHO classification, will not survive. These are the unfortunate realities at the moment.

Meanwhile, at Northwood Vision, we want to do as much as possible to minimize this risk, to prevent mortality and long term side effects, while doing our best to provide the services our patients need. We are convinced you care about these same things. (Read more)

Here is what we are asking you to do to make a smaller exposure footprint:

  1. If you have any symptoms of a cold or flu (coughing, fever, difficulty breathing, running nose, etc), please reschedule your appointment for at least one month from now.
  2. Try not to touch any surfaces in the office you do not have to touch.
  3. If you are trying on glasses, DO NOT put the frames back on the shelf. Rather, we will collect them from you for proper cleaning before they are returned to the shelves.
  4. If you are ordering contact lenses, a year supply (and some 6 month supplies) order can be direct shipped to your home at no cost. Please take advantage of this so you don’t have to come into the office more than necessary.
  5. If you do need to come into the office for an adjustment, please call the office at 727-725-5558 when you arrive in your vehicle. We will let you know if there is a wait and will put you on a list so we can call or text you to come therefore minimizing the time you are in the enclosed space of our office.
  6. Please come to your appointment with the least number of people possible to reduce exposure to them and to others at the office.
  7. If you have any loved ones that have been exposed to the virus or certainly if they have symptoms of a respiratory illness, please wear a mask in case you are an asymptomatic carrier, or if possible, wait at least 4 weeks before coming in for non-essential care.

In an effort to protect you, here is what we are doing to help lower your risk:

  1. All surfaces in the office will be cleaned several times per day with antiviral/antibacterial cleaner. Surfaces in the exam room will be cleaned thoroughly in between each patient.
  2. No sick or symptomatic staff will be permitted to work while sick with a known viral respiratory infection or symptoms, or while directly caring for a sick relative/friend.
  3. For your safety, payments can be done ahead of time over the phone if you call ahead. This will decrease the amount of time you are in the store and your exposure risk in our enclosed space.
  4. No glasses frames other patients try on will be put back on display until the frames are cleaned with an antiviral cleanser.
  5. We are actively asking patients to reschedule for 4 weeks later if they have any symptoms themselves or in their family/ social network.
  6. We are giving options for patients to acquire goods by mail rather than coming into the store.
  7. We altering our schedule to decrease the number of patients that might be in the office at the same time to maximize social distancing.
  8. We are practicing frequent hand washing at our office to protect you and each other.
  9. We will ask patients to reschedule if they present to our clinic with a cough or other COVID-19 symptoms.

Thank you for your patience and understanding during this stressful and trying time. Let us all work together to lower risk of the spread so that less people die and less people have permanent side effects from COVID-19. Each of us can do our part. May God bless each of you and keep you well. Thank you for your understanding and care for your fellow humans.

Dr. Christopher K. Keats, OD