Welcome to Specialty Tint
Your Custom Soft Contact Lens Tinting Source

Welcome to Specialty Tint, creator of the ComforTInt for soft contact lenses.  We strive to provide the finest in therapeutic and prosthetic soft contact lens tints. We invite you to browse our website to learn more about our tinting services.

Specialty TInt is a soft contact lens tinting service. We provide affordable therapeutic, prosthetic and sport tints to those who need relief from light sensitivity, have scarred corneas or damaged iridies, are seeking to enhance their eye color, or simply want sharper contrast sensitivity while enjoying their favorite pastime. Our tints are available in both prescription and plano (non-Rx) powers. Eye Care Providers throughout the country use Specialty Tint because they know they will receive the personal attention and professional product that is our foundation. We are dedicated to keeping your patients comfortable and well-informed at all times. At Specialty Tint, we will explain every product and procedure and answer all of our patient's questions.

Our Approach

Our one-on-one approach to servicing our partner doctors and their patients makes the Specialty Tint staff the vision enhancing lab of choice.   For a complete list of services, visit our products page. 

At Specialty Tint, we are dedicated to providing high-quality contact lens tints to make your environment more comfortable. Ask your eye care provider about ComforTint today!


Brad P. Kaster O.D, Whitney Redman L.D.O. and the Specialty Tint Team

(for more information about Dr. Kaster visit www.kastereyeclinic.com)

Specialty Tint

[email protected]

fax: 330.222.3310

3465 S. Arlington Rd. Suite E #308 Akron, OH 44312

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  • "I have been getting headaches from too much light for as long as I can remember. I used to be referred to as the kid that wore sunglasses back in high school.....I was wearing two pairs of sunglasses at the same time that I realized there has to be a better solution....."