Your Eye Doctors in Cleveland, Akron, Elyria & Canton for Over 27 Years!
That's right, while a might lot have changed in the last few decades, one thing has remained the same - the exceptional level of care that Dr. Richard Hults and Associates has to offer. Best of all, you can see us for an eye exam 7 days a week, so there's always plenty of appointments available.
If you wear contact lenses, then you should know that we've been successfully fitting even the most hard to fit patients for years. While getting contact lenses might not seem like a big decision, there are a lot of factors that can determine if you are able to wear contact lenses successfully. So, visit the contact lens experts at Dr. Richard Hults & Associates, and find the perfect pair of lenses for your eyes!
Also, once you need to re-order your lenses, you can just visit our site and purchase your contact lenses online. Your optometrist will make sure that your contact lens prescription information is correct and up to date, so there's nothing to remember! We've also have made every effort to ensure that our online contact lens prices are the lowest anywhere.
Our eye doctors are trained to provide a wide variety of care including comprehensive eye exams, contact lens fittings, and diagnosis and treatment of many eye diseases. We can help you with almost any eye problems you may be having. We are also conveniently located in a Lenscrafters, which means that all of your vision needs can be met in one visit.
We have five locations serving Akron, Canton, Cleveland, OH and our new location in Elyria, our team of eye doctors have more than 150 combined years of clinical experience. Call us for an appointment today!
Q&A with Dr.Hults
Dr. Hults Answers Your Eyecare Questions
At what age do you recommend children start with contact lenses??
It truly depends on the particular needs of a child, the level of interest and the maturity of the child. I like to say, in general, 9 for girls and 11 for boys. Factors to Consider:
Need: A child with a very high prescription or a huge difference between his/her eyes might need contact lenses sooner than later.
Level of interest: A child who really wants contacts has a much higher chance of success than one who is only casually interested or who is being pushed by the parents.
Maturity: Contact are a responsibility, thus maturity and responsibility are a predictor of success.
The best news is that kids can try contacts in the office, and we can predict success during that process.
Contributed by: Dr. Richard Hults
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