7 Things About Ortho-K Lenses and Corneal Reshaping You Didn’t Know
Ortho-K lenses (short for orthokeratology) lenses are special gas-permeable lenses designed to reshape the cornea. The patient wears the lenses overnight and when they remove them in the morning, they will be […]Read More
What is Glaucoma?
Glaucoma is a disease of the eye in which fluid pressure within the eye rises – if left untreated the patient may lose vision, and even become blind. The disease […]Read More
What Is Keratoconus and How We Use Scleral Lenses to Correct Vision
The dome-shaped, transparent layer at the front of your eye is known as the cornea. The cornea helps you see by focusing light into your eye. Sometimes, the cornea bulges out […]Read More
What Is It Like to Wear Scleral Lenses with Advanced Keratoconus?
There are several different types of contact lenses your eye doctor may recommend if you have keratoconus. However, scleral lenses are indeed a cut above. These rigid gas permeable lenses […]Read More
7 Ways You Can Get Rid of or Treat Chronic Dry Eye
Dry eye syndrome is often chronic and progressive. Depending on its severity and cause, it may or may not be difficult to treat. However, in most cases, symptoms can be significantly […]Read More