Contact Lenses

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Specialty prosthetic lenses for cornea conditions explained

Contact lenses are typically used first and foremost for vision correction. At Weston Contact Lens Institute, we regularly work with patients to prescribe and fit the best lenses to treat […]

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Specialty Lenses

What Are Specialty Lenses? Why You May Need to Schedule an Appointment to Learn More

“I’m not getting results with these standard contact lenses. What other options do I have?” At Weston Contact Lens Institute, questions such as this are often what we hear from […]

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Discomfort with Your Contact Lenses

6 Reasons You’re Experiencing Discomfort with Your Contact Lenses (And How to Fix the Problem)

When prescribed correctly, fitted correctly, and cared for correctly, contact lenses can provide clear and comfortable vision. Unfortunately, not every contact lens wearer achieves this happy balance initially. On the […]

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dry eye syndrome

6 Reasons Why Scleral Lenses Can Solve Your Dry Eye Syndrome

Nearly five million Americans over the age of 50 suffer from dry eye syndrome. These patients complain of eyes that are dry, itchy, irritated, and sometimes downright painful. Eyedrops and artificial […]

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Scleral Contact Lenses for Keratoconus

Scleral Contact Lenses for Keratoconus and Other Eye Problems Explained

At the Weston Contact Lens Institutes, scleral contact lenses are among our top specialties. For conditions ranging from dry eye syndrome and chemical burns to Stevens-Johnson Syndrome and corneal transplant recovery, scleral […]

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