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Contact Lens Fitting

Jamie Brosof, OD


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7142 Ridge Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19128

**This visit is for patients who are new to contacts. Please note: you will need to return to the provider 1-2 weeks later for a follow-up visit to make sure you have adjusted to your new lenses (the follow up visit is included in the price of the first visit).**

During this first visit your provider will perform special tests during a contact lens fitting to evaluate your vision with contacts. The first test will measure your eye surface to determine what size and type of contacts are best for you. Your provider may also do a tear film evaluation to make sure you have enough tears to comfortably wear contacts. With the results of those tests, your provider can provide a contact lens prescription that is the right fit for your eyes.

Once you have the correct fit and prescription for contacts, you'll need to decide whether you want disposable contacts or extended wear, and if you want your contacts to be colored.

Your doctor will fit you with a trial pair of contacts and have you wear them for a few days. In about a week, you'll need a follow-up exam to make sure you have adjusted to your new lenses.

Your provider may recommend one or more additional services during your visit. For additional pricing and payment during your visit, please see separate service listing on Sibi Health or ask your provider.


Jamie Brosof, OD

Practicing since






Board Certification(s):

State Board of Optometry


The New England College of Optometry (OD)


Dr. Jamie Brosof attended undergraduate school at the University of Rhode Island, where she graduated Summa Cum Laude. She then attended The New England College of Optometry in Boston Massachusetts where she participated in BSK International Optometric Honor Society. Dr. Brosof is trained in diagnosis, management and treatments, using the highest standards of care. Her expertise includes refractive conditions, medical conditions including diabetes and glaucoma, contact lenses and more.

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