Fargo Contact Lenses

If you have ever been told that you can’t wear contacts or have had difficulty in finding contact lenses that work for you, Dr. McCulley would be happy to see you for a contact lens evaluation. She has extensive training and experience in fitting contact lenses.

Soft Contacts
Contact lenses can be a great alternative to glasses. Contact lens prescriptions and glasses prescriptions are often different, and the fitting involves measurements and an examination of how contact lenses function on your eyes. Our contact lens fitting exams come with training for new patients on insertion, removal and care. We also include trial contacts and follow ups to insure your lenses are working for you.

Toric Contacts (for Astigmatism)
Contact lenses to correct astigmatism continue to improve. Astigmatism is a specific curvature of the eye and a part of many prescriptions, and contacts can be a great way to help correct it.

Multifocal Contacts
Contacts are still an option even if you wear reading glasses or bifocals. Dr. McCulley can help to  determine the best solution for you.

Urgent Eye Problems

Caring for your eyes is our biggest concern. If you are experiencing any of the symptoms below, please call our office at 701-373-2020 to make an appointment with Dr. McCulley as soon as possible.

eye infection

Eye Infection

Eye Pain

Eye Pain

Flashes

Flashes

Allergies

Allergies

Got questions? We’ve got answers.

Is my prescription the same for both glasses and contact lenses?

No. A contact lens prescription requires additional measurements taken by the doctor during the fitting. Cost of the Contact Lens Fitting varies by the complexity of the prescription, and includes trial contact lenses, training on how to put in and take out contact lenses if you are a new wearer, and a follow up exam if necessary.

Do I still need glasses if I wear contact lenses?

Absolutely. It is important to have glasses with a current prescription to use when you are not wearing your contacts. In the event of an eye infection, a lengthy airline flight, or the need to get up in the middle of the night, such as parents of a newborn, it is key to maintain an up-to-date eyewear prescription.

Is it alright to sleep in my contact lenses?

Unless Dr. McCulley has told you it is alright to sleep in your brand of contact lenses, it is usually unhealthy to wear contacts overnight. There are brands that allow better oxygen breathability through the lens and may be able to be worn overnight. Ask Dr. McCulley about these contact lenses if you are interested in overnight lens wear.