What Type of Contact Lens Should I Wear for Keratoconus?
Keratoconus is a serious eye condition characterized by the thinning of the corneal surface in both eyes. As the corneas thin, they gradually deform, typically bulging outward in a conical […]Read More
7 Reasons Why Your Optometrist Will Suggest Rigid Gas Permeable Lenses
Rigid gas permeable (RGP) lenses are available as an alternative to soft lenses. RGP lenses are made from a firm, oxygen-permeable material and offer numerous advantages over regular soft contact […]Read More
How Does Orthokeratology Help Slow Myopia Progression
Myopia, also known as nearsightedness, is a common vision problem that causes objects at a distance to appear blurry. In addition to weakening vision, myopia can also cause physical changes […]Read More
Can Scleral Lenses Reduce the Need for Corneal Transplants?
A corneal transplant is a surgical procedure in which the eye care professional replaces part of the patient’s cornea with tissue from a donor cornea. The cornea is the dome-shaped, […]Read More
Myopia in Kids: Treatment and Prevention
If your child has myopia, it means that they are nearsighted (they can see objects that are close-up clearly but have trouble focusing on objects at a distance). This problem […]Read More