First contact lenses for kids. --It is very important for kids to see well at distant and near for school work. Some kids don't wear glasses because they worry if they look funny. Some kids play sports and they are afraid to loose glasses. Contact lenses may be the good option for some kids.
Bifocal contact lenses for distant and near vision--people over 40 years will notice their vision start to change. They start to have difficulty to focus for near, especially for computer. They notice their eyes get tired and have pain around eyes and neck.
Some people don't want to wear reading glasses because they are afraid they may look old. Dr. Takeda has specialty for prescribe perfect bifocal contact lenses for first time contact lense wearer.
Dr. Takeda personally teaches how to put the contact lenses for the first time patients.
She gives a pair of contact lenses for the patients to try for one week. If you don't feel comfortable with those trial lenses, Dr. Takeda will give you another pair to try out until you feel comfortable. Once you feel comfortable with the pair, you can purchase the contact lens.
A lots of kids and adults who started to wear contact lenses for the first time are so happy because they can see good and they are so comfortable with their contact lenses.